Ginger

I’ve been sick recently and food while sick is always problematic. Flavours finish into a cardboard-like slag of extremes, if even that. I push water and tea into myself at a staggering rate. My head swims with congestion and the throes of a cold that seems to have it out for me. Perhaps this is …

True True Pizza

Five minute before my evening’s engagement and haven’t eaten since seven that morning. Walking along King East near Church, and I spot a pizzaria claiming “A pizza unlike any other,”which seems like a bold claim, but if I can be fed in under 15 minutes, I’m on board. True True Pizza is broad and deep, …

The Pomegranate

The Opaque Dancer coaxed me toward a Persian meal, a cuisine I haven’t much experienced. Being more eurotrash than I would generally appear, my knowledge of middle eastern food is limited to Paramount, Arz bakery north-east in the city, and forays into Iranian bakeries that I wander past every so often. It was hard for …

Lots of Food

Lunch at the Gallery Grill in UofT’s Hart House. Two cheeses of middling impresssion on a pile of flat crackers. A crepe of duck, apple cream, gruyere, and season that tasted like five-seasons, but the waitress guessed was anise star or fennel. This crepe was soft, dripping with that sweet salt duck grease that fit …

Ellis Dock

While wandering along Dundas West, I found myself hungry and unsure what to journey toward. Without a guiding point, I let myself open, looking from window to window until something caught my eye. I made it two blocks before nearly tripping over a sand which board that proclaimed: $6 burger combo! 12-3 only. Enough said, …