This past August, I had the pleasure of accompanying a friend to a very special food showcase hosted by Fredrika Ornbrant, Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai. An intimate gathering of Foodies and Bloggers, the event was hosted at her residence and highlighted three of her household’s Swedish favourites – Salmon with Flatbread (appetizer), Janssons Temptation (mains) followed by an Apple Crumble with Vanilla Custard (dessert).
This past September, I was invited to an event at the Lakeland Store by my dear friend, The Tiny Taster. Lakeland is one of the UK’s top kitchenware brands and has been brought to India by Westside. The meet-and-greet was organised to bring together Baking enthusiasts from all over Pune and introduce them to Lakeland’s range of cookware and appliances.
Ranked the #1 Food Market in the World by National Geographic, the historic St. Lawrence Market in Old Toronto is a must-see for any food lover. A congregation of the City’s best local producers, this historic landmark is one of two famous Markets (the other being a hipster’s paradise – Kensington Market) and I can safely say, that if I lived in Toronto I would most definitely spend every earned penny on produce from St. Lawrence.
“Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them – wherever you go.” -Anthony Bourdain
Vegetarians, Fruitarians, Pescatarians, Meat Lovers, Wine Connoisseurs and Confectionery Lovers – there’s something for everyone (especially if you’re a Bacon Lover). To make it easier for the discerning traveller, here are a few recommendations on what to try at St. Lawrence: