Category Archives: Ontario

Sunday Pranzo: St Lawrence Market, Toronto

Sunday Pranzo: St Lawrence Market, Toronto

The St. Lawrence Market in Toronto was just recently deemed the world’s best market by National Geographic.After my visit in May I understood why. It’s one of those special places that surpasses your expectations. It’s an in between space, not quite Canada, not quite Italian but a blend of all the cultures that shop there.… Continue Reading

Niagara Falling Down

Niagara Falling Down

Driving into Niagara Falls from Toronto I couldn’t help but roll my eyes. The amount of cheap motels either abandoned or barely operating gave a sense of eeriness as we neared the city limits. Every half kilometre stood bold black looming buildings with egregious signs advertising “Girls Girls Girls” or “Cheap Lap Dances”. I started… Continue Reading

Nose to Tail Toronto

Nose to Tail Toronto

Nose to tail has become a popular dinning trend where restaurants serve, just as it suggests, everything from the nose to the tail and all that is edible in between. To me this trend is more like a return to humble roots where our ancestors HAD to eat everything in order to make the most… Continue Reading

Toronto in Pictures

Toronto in Pictures

This weekend I am heading out on a cruise from Vancouver to Seattle. After I vowed to never take a cruise again – after my previous experience on the Norwegian line – I am breaking my promise and trying Princess Cruises for a one night cruise and a one night stay with my grandparents, parents… Continue Reading

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Hi! I'm Murissa and I live in the Okanagan Wine Valley of British Columbia, Canada. I enjoy traveling around the world for food and local spirits. I consider myself a Champagne enthusiast and enjoy sharing my conquests on this website since 2011. Follow along as I explore my home wine valley and dabble in the occasional globetrotting. Soon to be raising a foodie of my own come July 2018!


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