Topic by tag "News (23 posts)"

Heart Attack Grill Kills…Literally

So what would you really expect from a restaurant named “The Heart Attack Grill” other than people eating outrageously artery killing burgers – A customer at the restaurant while eating a 6,000 calorie “Triple Bypass” burger actually suffered from a heart attack. Jon Basso, owner of the Heart Attack Grill, told CBS News, “We throw […]

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Paintlounge

Taking art to a whole new level Introducing a new form of entertainment – social painting!  Paintlounge (creativi*tea café) opens on October 24th, and will be the GTA’s first interactive entertainment art space. At Paintlounge, customers are provided with an all-inclusive, walk-in painting experience. Each painting session includes a selection of stretched canvases, a buffet of […]

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The Dim Sum Truck

A very cool concept that would be a sure fire hit on the streets of Toronto that would easily rival the “Chinese Food in Van” outside the U of T library and the French Fries trucks alongside Nathan Phillip’s Square.

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Tare Panda Cake

I’m an avid reader of deviantart, a social art website.

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Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

For you budding foodtographers out there who are looking for some great inspiration and some new techniques Scotiabank is  hosting their annual “CONTACT” Photography Festival this month. CONTACT is an annual photography festival with over 1000 local, national, and international artists that takes place at over 200 locations across the entire city.  Celebrate the art […]

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Man dies after using Tim Hortons Drive-Thru

LONDON, ONT.—A Wallaceburg, a local man dies after a horrible mishap while ordering at the Tim Hortons drive-thru.  73-year-old George Weston had his head crushed against a yellow post while leaning out his door as he was reversing backwards in the drive-thru lane to pick up something on the ground.  Emergency paramedics arrived on site […]

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Bob Evans – Sausage Gravy & Biscuit Machine

When you start to give up hope on your health and well being why not stop in to a Bob Evans restaurant and try the sausage & gravy biscuit dispensing machine. This is truly a sign that the fast food restaurants have stopped respecting their patrons by creating this fat inducing dispenser which should be dubbed […]

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The First 100% Compostable Chip Bag

SunChips has come up with something that will revolutionize the chip industry and fulfills their social environmental responsibility by inventing the first 100% compostable chip bag. Besides the actual taste of the chips, packaging is the most important characteristic to a consumer when purchasing a bag of chips and now SunChips has found a way […]

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Happy Earth Hour!

The global event celebrated all over the world is organized by the World Wildlife  (WWF) and is held on the last Saturday of March every year.  This event calls for households and businesses to turn off their non essential lights for an hour to raise awareness of the effects of climate change. Toronto will do […]

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Toronto Wine & Cheese Show – March 19 – 21.2010

If you like alcohol and you like your cheese then there’s no place you’d rather be than the 2010 Toronto annual Wine & Cheese Show!  This 3 day event of wine sampling, beer tasting, spirits, fine foods and gourmet cheese will you staggering out of the International wishing they’d have these shows every week! You […]

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