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The cronut burger is officially a public-health menace.
Epic Burgers and Waffles remains closed while investigators try to determine the source of food-borne illness contracted by CNE visitors.
We put the cronut burger—and other weird CNE food—to the test.
A visual tour of the Canadian National Exhibition's history—from fires, to freak shows, to fried food.
Toronto's Somali community has been having a difficult time in the press lately, but a Rexdale restaurant provides an eloquent rebuttal.
Toronto's food trucks will finally have some City-sanctioned places to cool their wheels.
A tour company offers a weekly excursion into the more bacony corners of Toronto's culinary scene.
A Thorncliffe Park halal grocer sells hard-to-find foods a mere stone's throw from downtown.
The Stop's annual fundraiser drew more than a thousand hungry supporters to the alley behind Honest Ed's.
Crowdfunding campaigns have bankrolled movies, books, and other products, but Toronto restaurateurs are having a hard time tapping in.
St. Lawrence Market's long-time rice merchant died last week.
Locally Sourced aims to give Torontonians an easy way to find nearby drop-off spots for farm shares.
The Ontario Food Terminal, normally closed the public, opened its doors to ordinary Torontonians on Saturday.
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.