Posts Tagged: toronto

Do you want colours, joy, freshness and quality? Let’s go to St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market is a Toronto landmark and is the largest indoor market in the city. It absolutely deserves a post in my blog. This beautiful Victorian building is located between Jarvis and Front streets. I love this place because

Do you want colours, joy, freshness and quality? Let’s go to St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market is a Toronto landmark and is the largest indoor market in the city. It absolutely deserves a post in my blog. This beautiful Victorian building is located between Jarvis and Front streets. I love this place because

The art of making cupcakes

Wow! Look at these cupcakes! I think that these small cakes are pure art! All these colors, the shape, the decoration… There are many places in Toronto where you can buy cupcakes but these two are my favorites just because

The art of making cupcakes

Wow! Look at these cupcakes! I think that these small cakes are pure art! All these colors, the shape, the decoration… There are many places in Toronto where you can buy cupcakes but these two are my favorites just because

Orecchiette and Somali lamb: my Easter in Toronto

The soundtrack for this post could be “I will survive” by Gloria Gaynor… because actually, I survived the Easter lunch!!! Like Christmas, in Italy Easter means food, food and… food. The Italian tradition includes lamb or goat and it varies

Orecchiette and Somali lamb: my Easter in Toronto

The soundtrack for this post could be “I will survive” by Gloria Gaynor… because actually, I survived the Easter lunch!!! Like Christmas, in Italy Easter means food, food and… food. The Italian tradition includes lamb or goat and it varies

Get fit… in the snow!

This post is strictly related to the previous one. But I would add “in the snow” to the title. Toronto forecasts originally predicted between 20 and 30 cm of snow Tuesday night through to Wednesday afternoon but when I awoke

Get fit… in the snow!

This post is strictly related to the previous one. But I would add “in the snow” to the title. Toronto forecasts originally predicted between 20 and 30 cm of snow Tuesday night through to Wednesday afternoon but when I awoke

The importance of walking

I hated walking. Yes, I know, it’s not a good start for this post but I had to tell you the truth somehow. I’ve learned the importance of walking not a long time ago. I started to work out last

The importance of walking

I hated walking. Yes, I know, it’s not a good start for this post but I had to tell you the truth somehow. I’ve learned the importance of walking not a long time ago. I started to work out last