Posts Tagged ‘meat’

Rejoice meat lovers! Marben’s Sausage League is back!

7 Jul, 2014  |  by Ama Scriver
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Marben Restaurant is back for its 4th instalment of their much loved meat-driven battle, Sausage League. This time around, it’s bigger and better! In a head to head battle (or shall we say, wiener to wiener) – several locals chefs have taken time out of their schedules to head on down to Marben and compete for the title of best sausage in the city. Having launched in mid-July, Sausage League offers up two sausages with a pint of Beau’s for…

Morton’s Steakhouse is for (Meat) Lovers

12 Dec, 2013  |  by FGFSadmin

Photos by Yuli Scheidt Originally posted to Ama’s twice-weekly column on Toronto Is Awesome. Let’s be honest: who here doesn’t love steak? I mean: if you’re a vegetarian, that makes sense. But if you’re a tried and true meat eater much like myself, then steak is like the holy trinity of meats. So when I had the opportunity to check out Chicago transplant chain, Morton’s Steakhouse (located in the Park Hyatt Hotel, found in Yorkville) – I was not only…

The Canadian Artisan Tasting Fair wakes restful foodies from slumber

12 Dec, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

Written by Leigh Van Maaren Photos by Mike Sirois Sunday mornings are not my forte. As somebody who regularly finds themselves unable to get out of bed until 3pm on Sunday afternoons, I’ve long been relegated to all-day brunch places as my only option. When we heard about the Artisan Food Fair at Wychwood Barns on December 1st, however, the promise of a load of delicious cheese a mere 10 minute walk from my front door would get me out…

Friday Foodie Five

10 Oct, 2013  |  by Yuli Scheidt

Every Friday we bring you our favourite foodie sights and sounds. Everything from food packaging and food inspired art, to recipes and reviews. This week is a little different. I went on a little bender and pinned a lot of photos of amazing and beautiful street food from around the world. We here at FGFS love the crazy inspired street food that’s hitting the streets of Toronto and across the country (bylaws and red tape have — behind the guise of Public…

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