"Father who loves to cook"
Hometown: Toronto, ON, CA
Food Stamps: 7950
Posts: 3 / Comments: 2
Member since: 05/16/07
Last login: 07/04/08
I am a working father of 2 who loves to whirl in the kitchen. I prefer to cook vs bake. I could spend hours reading cookbooks or even watching cooking shows.
My kids, hockey and then trying new things in the kitchen. Also love to travel
What I'm Listening to
Recently been hooked on starbucks radio on XM...loving unkle bob too
I definitely have a think for Asian foods of all types, from sushi to dim sum I love it all. Not overly found of Indian food, however do enjoy it form time to time. Love seafood as well, especially lobster and stone crab
What I'm Watching
On the food side I used to watch the take home chef a lot, I like Nigela, the barefoot contest and everyday italian. On the non-food front my pvr is busy: Prison break, lost, 24, the csi's, house, dirty sexy money, are a few of my favourites
Scotch and beer
Favorite Website Online
Most coveted item
- Lettuce Eatery
- you know the idea for a salad bar isn't that novel, however you really can't find that many good ones around, especially not here north of the border! So, knocking off of ideas from the good old USA Lettuce eatery opened here in Toronto. Truth be told, its a great idea. You choose what you want in your salad form a huge selection of choices or from one of their pre-created choices and off you go. The good news is the selection and freshness can't be questioned, there is nothing but options here. The bad news is that the proteins (chicken, beef, shrimp tofu ) are all pretty lousy- it says here they are cooked then frozen then thawed. Then there is the price. $8 for a take a way salad is a tad high. Here is the really good news, they had added soup. With the winters we are having this is been a boon for them. All the same fresh options, but the frozen/thawed proteins taste great in soup. So if you are in TO and looking for a quick, healthy bite to eat check out Lettuce Eatery.
- Posted Mar 7, 2008 by gobuds | Share It
- Filed under: Lettuce Eatery Toronto