Summer spells an abundance of stone fruit like Cherries, Peaches and Plums in Ontario and have a fairly short season, which typically lasts a couple of months. Whilst the weather here in Toronto is warmer than usual, fruit picking and browsing by small farmers markets are a delightful activity. Last week we drove off with friends to the Niagara- On-The _Lake region.
I have often flirted around with the idea of attempting to start a cookbook club of sorts ,whereby one can discuss and review various cookbooks, share ones passion for cooking and baking or just attempt a Cook -The-Book by picking a recipe every month. Whilst I’m still a part of various online clubs and do join in when ever time permits.
Summers are perfect for firing up the grill and this recipe for Louisiana Cajun Chicken works just perfect for a Barbeque on the deck or even your stove top.This Cajun Chicken took center stage at dinner last week and got served up with a nice side of slaw and some Sriracha sauce to kick up the heat.
Pickle making is undoubtedly an age old tradition in India.Commonly known as “Achar” and served as a condiment or an accompaniment while complementing every Indian meal,adding a sweet n spicy zest to the palette.
Toronto has a plethora of Pan asian joints ranging from Chinese takeouts, street foods, ramen bars, food trucks and fine dining fare serving up some great exotic cuisine.It has now become a serious foodie destination.