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Silk Road, in Etobicoke, is constantly packed with diners who love its spin on northern-Chinese cuisine.
Occupy Gardens Toronto took to Queen's Park to advocate for community gardens and changes to the food system.
A pop-up marketplace showcased a range of Toronto-made gluten-free products.
Al Premium, on Eglinton Avenue East, carries food from all over the world.
When Frank O'Connor launched his candy chain a century ago, he saw its ideals embodied in the War of 1812 heroine.
A new restaurant offers a Middle Eastern take on brunch.
We Instagrammed TFC's new in-stadium menu so you never have to.
A semi-legendary Iraqi-Israeli restaurant known for its freshly baked bread has finally opened up a branch south of the 401.
The owners of a Kensington Market storefront are keeping the old tenant, sort of.
A first look at the locals on the newest season of the show.
A local farming organization wants to see Toronto growing one million pounds of produce by 2015.
From a Dundas Street food stall, some damn good lamb skewers.
The year of the water snake starts on Sunday. Are you prepared?
A top-ten list of meatless options.
Gandhi's roti is a downtown staple. Now, it has a cousin in Mimico.
A thrifty downtown diner encouraged efficiency among its clientele.
A new breed of urban farm visionaries says "Go big, or go home."
A restaurant so humble, it doesn't have a phone (or even a conspicuous sign) lures customers with cheap, tasty Jamaican eats.