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After voting we crossed the hall to the Oakham Cafe at Ryerson.quick, cheap and good. As long as you don’t mind the university crowd, thisis definitely a CheapEat!
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Let’s start this tour with a great meal. The Cheap Eats Toronto blog offers a veritable treasure trove of reasonably priced rest [...]
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I've checked it out and it looks legit. In fact, it looks like it's partially sponsored by the Ontario Arts Council.
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The Cookbook Store just sent out its 2006 Best Seller list and CheapEats Toronto is on it! Yay!
Check out the rest of the list and Vikram Vij’s Marinated Lamb Popsicles with Fenugreek Cream Curry on Foodists.ca
If you’ve never visited The Cookbook Store in Toronto you are in for a treat. It’s a specialty bookstore dedicated [...]
As you can see, my friends have started wondering why I don’t take photos of them. Perhaps the start of a new series? I’m certainly happy to photograph them… they just keep moving! My camera hates that.
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Lunch @ Ginger 2 – CheapEats Toronto pg. 74 where GT says:
“Space to spread out, booths and… the huge mural of lotuses on the main wall of the dining areas. I am particularly fond of the Grilled Pork Chop and Coconut Shrimp – the best coconut shrimp I have ever had in this price range.”
Lunch @ The Real Jerk – CheapEats Toronto pg. 123 where KK says:
“This reggae infused spot really makes you feel like you are in Jamaica… The menu is incredibly diverse, offering something for everyone… Of course you can get Roti ($5-7.50) – it wouldn’t be Toronto’s most famous Jamaican restaurant wi [...]
At Canzine yesterday, we asked people to complete the phrase “CheapEats is…”, here are some of the responses:
CheapEats is… cheap!
CheapEats is… wicked cool & handy.
CheapEats is… a great idea!
CheapEats is… a book.
CheapEats is… radically necessary.
Torontonians continue reading “C [...]
Finally Amazon has both CheapEats Toronto and CheapEats Ottawa on their virtual shelves! With their covers. Yay!
For those of you wondering about the cover design differences: CheapEats Ottawa 2007 (expected in bookstores spring 2007) will use the new cover design too.
Toronto – CheapEats Toronto, CETOblog.com
Ottawa R [...]
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Tomorrow afternoon at 3pm, 28 cases of CheapEats Toronto 2007 will be arriving on the back of a [...]
Whether ye be Cap’n or wench, land-lubber or cabin boy, thar be needs t’ find a port t’ fill yer belly and wet yer whistle with a drop of rum before the sun is over the yardarm.
Here be some ideas on where t’ Eat Like a Pirate without spendin’ all yer dubloons:
Toronto pirates – Avast!
Ottawa pirates R [...]
Thursday's Metro included a little article on CheapEats Toronto.
On the same page is a phone of Jude Law, lots of Cadbury chocolate and an ad for My Name is Earl. That puts us in pretty good company if you ask me.
A Little Press
I've been waiting for this article to run since the inte [...]
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Perhaps you’ve heard of these excellent restaurant guides written by a team of great people, all into food, all willing to share their opinions, and edited b [...]
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Let it not be said that yesterday was a complete disaster. Just minutes before my comedy-network-esque interview, I ambushed Don McKellar at the corner of Spadina and Adelaide.
Now while, I don’t generally just ambush people on the street, not even celebs, I have been known to approach the [...]