Introducing Team Fashionistas! These beautiful and talented group of women represent Team 1 in our all-new gameshow-style competition, Family Food! Played just like the critically-acclaimed hit TV show Family Fued, contestants will enter a battle of wits to figure out the most popular answers as decided by our online followers: you! Who will Team Fashionistas face? Will they prevail? Stay tuned for more updates about this exciting new segment! Family Food will be played live on our Centrale Bergham Indoor Stage.
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Toronto Reference Library, first completed 1977.
Third photo: By David Cooper, 1979 (c/o @torontolibrary, call no. tspa_0113977f)
Fourth photo: Metro Reference Library seen from Cumberland looking north-east (c/o @toronto_archives, Fonds 200, Series 1465, File 194, Item 40)
Being able to camp in style with lots of pillows and a fluffy rug is clearly my type of camping! ⛺️ 😂😂😂 .
. @utopiapopup is a new popup located inside the Kensington market area! What looks like a seemingly sketchy and ordinary storefront, get ready to immerse yourself into a utopian world. Eight different rooms, eight different experiences - to satisfy all your instagram needs and cravings! This is one of the rooms where it has a backyard camping feel to it or it brings you back to a childhood where a tipi is good for sleepovers and reading storybooks under the covers! Great activity idea to check out with your friends, family or your other half! Get your tickets online at www.utopiapopup.com!!!
Ichiran is one of the most famous Ramen restaurants in the world, and has a number of branches in Japan, Hong Kong, Taipei and New York. Is the experience the sane all around? I hope so! Because I feel like that’s a big part of it. When you enter the restaurant you choose your dish(es) via a pay machine. Each dish selection prints out a ticket which you take to your seat.
You’re seated in a room at a personal booth. There is a liftable bamboo screen in front of you and wood dividers on both sides. You place your tickets on the table and a server will take half of your ticket to officially place your order. When your dish is ready it will be brought to you by a server, whom you can only see their body and hands and the screen will be lowered so you can enjoy your meal 😋 This is done every time a dish is brought to you. —
I ordered a Classic Tonkotsu Ramen 890 Yen ($10 CND) a side of Marinated Pork Loin 490 Yen ($6 CND) and a Matcha Almond Pudding 390 Yen ($4.75 CND)
The ramen was excellent! As was the pork loin. And when put together, even better. But the start of the meal for me was the pudding. I love matcha and it didn’t disappoint. The matcha flavour was not overpowering and mixed well with the almond which added an nice sweetness to it. Thank you @ichiranjp for having me
@loccitane’s dry skin hand cream. Absolutely love this cream. It’s so rich and moisturizing, plus it smells so good. I don’t know anyone that doesn’t like this hand cream. I have gone through a lot of these! 5/5
For those new faces here 😊 it’s me, Kimia. Used to be a occasional baker/recipe developer, now it’s almost a second full time job 🙌🏻 As you probably know, I studied engineering in London, UK and I’m full time civil engineer in Toronto now. My goal is to inspire others to enjoy the deliciousness of sweets without guilt 🥰 So even I don’t know myself which one is me these days 😆 👩🏻🍳 👷🏻♀️
We would like to announce the closing of our 581 Mt. Pleasant location. We are currently relocating to a much larger venue with a more central location to better serve YOU!
We would like to thank our customers and our neighbours in Midtown who have supported our efforts by growing our restaurant to what it has become today! We will announce our opening date next week, stay tuned!
Chi Miigwetch from Ku-Kum Indigenous Kitchen.