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Niagara Street Cafe: A Retrospective (Get In There While You Still Can!)

With Niagara Street Cafe celebrating their last few weeks of being open, in-the-know Toronto diners are scrambling to get tables at this Toronto insitution in order to experience the magic that is Niagara Street for one last time. Since 2005 Anton Potvin’s restaurant has been at the very top of Good Food Revolution’s list, as it has been for many a loyal customer over the years. Below Malcolm Jolley and Jamie Drummond share their personal memories of one of Toronto’s most adored restaurants.

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Terroir 2012 Line-Up Announced

Terroir is pleased to launch its theme and website for its 6th annual event, taking place at the Oliver & Bonacini Arcadian Court in downtown Toronto on April 23, 2012. Entitled, The New Radicals, the symposium hosts those who are serious about the business of food and hospitality, and seek to develop and refine their careers. Tickets are now on sale ($175 plus HST) via the new Terroir VI website for a day of innovative programming with current industry leaders.

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Riotously Good Food in London

If I was hard pressed to imagine the culinary heritage of my English and Scots forebears I would, at that time, be stuck to come up with much more than boiled things and roast beef. All of that has changed. And, in my humble opinion, the most exciting, vibrant kitchens in London are the ones cooking “British food”, by which they mean local ingredients prepared in whatever way they like.

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5 Questions with Alison Fryer

For nearly three decades The Cookbook Store has been a Toronto foodie hot spot. Alison Fryer opened The Cookbook Store in April of 1983 and has since witnessed everything in ‘gastroporn’ (a word Fryer uses fondly to describe the production of high-end cookbooks), from the rise of the celebrity chef to coffee table cookbooks. Good Food Revolution sat down with Fryer for this Good Food Fighter profile.

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Photo Essay: The Stop’s Chef Challenge at Parts and Labour

On the evening of February 28, at Parts and Labour on Parkdale’s Queen Street strip, The Stop Community Food Centre launched it’s March-long Stop for Food program. Participating restaurants (click here for the full list) across Toronto will give a portion of the price of a special prix-fixe menu directly to The Stop. To make the party interesting, two teams of young chefs, each led by one of Parts and Labour’s two chefs, Matty Matheson and Matt deMille, competed in a competition.

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