While our festival attendance usually dwindles with the cold weather, there is one annual event that the Boozehounds look forward to every year: the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo. Taking place until Sunday at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building), this event is one I make sure not to miss. Tickets start at $30
While Niagara and the surrounding areas generally get the most fanfare here in Toronto, there is something to be said for the quality of the wine that comes out of Prince Edward County. According to the press release I got from Drink Inc, it turns out that PEC is the worlds fastest growing wine region.
I won’t let Kole near my wine racks. Every time he tries to pick out a wine for dinner, I shoo him away with the explanation that I’m “saving” that wine for something specific. “Not that wine, it’s too light for our dish.” He’ll shrug and grab a different bottle. “Hmm not that one, the
I’m working on a dry January. Not the full 31 days – I’m going until the 26th of the month, since I already have tickets to the 4th birthday party #bevy of the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies. But other than that, my January will be alcohol free, and I’ll probably stick with it
The grand daddy of all things decadent opens tonight – the 23rd annual Gourmet Food & Wine Show is on until November 19 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building. If you need me this weekend, I’ll be making my way through a carefully curated list of deliciousness. With 19 breweries and cideries, 28