Another experiment from Trader Joes: the porchetta wrapped pork roast! It’s pre marinated and you just pop it in the oven for a few hours and it comes out deliciously! Definitely not something to cook if you’re starving and need to eat right away, but very worth the wait! I also made garlic mashed potatoes and fed them to my guinea pigs, Mark and Amanda.
If you’re anywhere near a Momofuku, you have to try their ramen! It’s absolutely amazing stuff! In Toronto, there are 3 different levels to the restaurant. The first floor serves up ramen and it gets a little fancier as you go up.
Here is the Momofuku ramen (if you’ve never been before I recommend trying this one!) Honestly this ramen is probably the best that I’ve EVER had! So much flavour packed in each bite and the restaurant itself smells heavenly probably from all the ramen and bao that are surrounding you!
I also finished my meal with some Momofuku milk bar! This is definitely one of those places that I can’t wait to go back to!
We had heard wonderful things about Le Petit Dejeuner so we went there for breakfast… well brunch at 1 in the afternoon…
I loved the waffles! They were very light and fluffy. I could keep eating them forever! But the Croque Madame was really good! The slaw on the side was also super unique. It had some apples in it which made it slightly sweet too!
After lunch we went to the St Lawrence market. We got to sample some ice wine from the Niagara region and it was delicious! (Ice wine is what we produce in Canada. We leave the grapes on the vines during winter and it causes the grapes to concentrate in flavor. It also means that each bottle requires tons and tons of grapes!!)
I miss Canada!
While in Toronto, Sehe took us to the Toronto Temperance Society.
The bartender made us some very unique drinks and we had so much fun learning about his story and his inventions.
This used yogurt powder which made it taste amazing!
Sehe and our bartender!
After visiting the Temperence Society, we passed by Frans and I decided that I was super hungry… so we went to eat breakfast!
Time for me to break out my waffle/pancake ring!
Eggs florentine at 4 in the morning tastes amazing! But that grilled cheese…
Yum! So maybe not the best diner food but when you’re tired and hungry, it works!
Here were some random things that I found while in Toronto!
The distillery district in Toronto hosts a Christmas Village over the holidays so we decided to go check it out!We met up with my sister outside of the hockey hall of fame (apparently it’s a really great meeting spot for us!). The inside of the hockey hall of fame was decorated very nicely!
We also took a cute photo inside a hershey kiss!
After dinner we met up with Karen, who used to be in our class but transferred to UofT to finish up her degree. We met up with her in Eaton Center and on our way passed by a random man doing push ups in the middle of the street!
We had so much fun meeting up with Karen and it was good to see her again!