Posts Tagged ‘Amanda Scriver’

Come Dish Out on the PC® Insiders Collection™

12 Dec, 2015  |  by Ama Scriver
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So if you’re a big fan of President Choice and their innovation products, then you may have heard they just recently rolled out their newest PC® Insiders Collection™ for the holidays.  Um, can I just say it’s mega dreamy?!? First things first, there are more than 70 different products featured in the line for this year in four different and distinct entertaining including dine, brunch, mingle and gift. Just recently, I had the chance to go and visit the PC® Insiders Collection™ pop-up…

Food oasis amidst Toronto’s concrete jungle: First Canadian Place’s Food Terrace

11 Nov, 2015  |  by Ama Scriver
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For those of us who live and work in the downtown core, sometimes food selection can become a bit of a daunting task.  In a city rich with options, it is never a question of where you want to go but more about what will give you the best experience, who will provide you with a unique experience and what selection will go beyond food for that one hour you can escape your desk (if you can escape your desk) and your just…

Skyhigh for The One Eighty’s new fall menu

11 Nov, 2015  |  by Ama Scriver
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It was just in March of 2015 that we were invited to The One Eighty to check out the brand new relaunch that happened from itself former self, the Panorama Lounge. While the view from the 51st floor was still the same: breathtaking and an obvious draw – it was the food and cocktails that really had us talking. For starters, the menu had lots of different and playful options, that really speak to the culinary vibrancy of Toronto as…

#WomenCrushWednesday – feminist artist Frances Cannon

11 Nov, 2015  |  by Ama Scriver
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I’m not going to lie, I don’t remember how exactly I stumbled across Frances Cannon’s Instagram page but one night when I was doing my usual thing of endlessly scrolling through image after image of photos, I came across it. There in front of me was one of her images that stopped me dead in my tracks and for good reason, too. This Melbourne based artist name is Frances Cannon (whose work can be found via her Instagram page and…

Eat to the Beat preview: Alexandra Feswick brings it home for breast cancer

10 Oct, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

Originally posted to Ama’s twice-weekly column on Toronto is Awesome. Eat to the Beat, is celebrating its 18th year, on October 22nd event. Named one of BizBash’s Top 100 Events in Canada, it has gained a reputation as the event for foodies in the city to experience the talents of 60 female chefs while supporting women and another notable cause, breast cancer. The event, in support of Willow Breast Cancer Support Cancer and has raised more than $3.2 million and is unique…

Lookin’ Good Girl: Cawfee Talk with the Ottawa Squad

10 Oct, 2013  |  by Yuli Scheidt

Here it is! Late due to technical difficulties here at FGFS HQ (what is a blogger without Internet?) but all the same fantastic. The Ottawa Squad was in town for our launch party just the other week so we had them in to the studio the day after (no hang overs, but we still drank lots of cawfee). We talked with the girls about how they came to be the first Squad outside of Toronto, what the food is like…

Lookin’ Good Girl: Cawfee Talk with Ama & Yuli

9 Sep, 2013  |  by Yuli Scheidt

In advance of our celebration of being a ‘thing’ for six months and HBIC Ama’s 30th birthday we made a video talking about, well, lots of things. We touch on living with Social Anxiety Disorder and other health issues while being in the PR/Media world, and also how nuts it is how quickly this has grown, how much we love you and we’re excited about the future. The first in the Cawfee Talk series are part of our on-going work…

Aria and Chef Eron Novalski Serve Up Classic Italian

9 Sep, 2013  |  by Yuli Scheidt

Originally posted to Ama’s column on Toronto is Awesome. Aria Ristorante is a breath-taking restaurant. Located inside the TELUS building on York Street, as you step through the doors you walk into a magnificent space filled with large windows that gaze out into the both Union Station and the Air Canada Centre. Looking around the restaurant, there is a huge wooden sculpture coming from the flooring and the restaurant is washed in tiny red and white lights from the high…

Bury Me at the CNE Food Building

8 Aug, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

photos by yuli scheidt Originally posted to Ama’s weekly column on Toronto is Awesome. If your passion for all things deep-fried and/or bacon runs deep, then you best march yourself over to the CNE. The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) kicked off on Friday, Aug. 16 and runs until Monday September 2 in downtown Toronto. As the years have gone by, the focus has become less about the midway, and more about the crazy & outrageous food offerings to be found…

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