Yes, it’s true, pretty soon wine will join beer in grocery stores for your purchasing pleasure. Many stores will only be able to sell local wine with others offering wine from all over the world, you can read more from BlogTO here.
What do you love most about the Toronto culinary scene? The endless inspiration it has to offer. Even after working in London and New York, I find Toronto is unmatched when it come to culinary influences and creativity. From my home in East Toronto to my kitchen in the West, I pass by so many vibrant cultures with their unique foods and flavours. No other city can boast such diversity!
Method: For the vinaigrette, add the sugar and salt to the lime juice and whisk until dissolved. Slowly whisk in the oil until emulsified Blanch the asparagus for 3 minutes in salted boiling water, drain and cool. Marinate the asparagus in the olive and smoke for 10 minutes, then season with salt and pepper to taste. Combine all the other ingredients in a bowl, season with salt and pepper to taste then dress with the lime vinaigrette. Lay the smoked asparagus side by side on a plate and spoon the salad on top.
Can 20,000 wine lovers be wrong? iYellow Wine Club is the coolest way to learn about wine – for free.
Our events are hosted in a stunning street-front facility at King and Spadina, where owner Angela Aiello (yes, that iYellow) turns wine tasting classes into parties with a mission.