Good Food Revolution is a a weekly online magazine published by Good Food Media, a not-for-profit organization with a mandate to educate Canadians about artisanal food in Ontario, Canada and across the world. It’s the slick and glossy brainchild of clever young Toronto foodies Jamie Drummond and Malcolm Jolley.
My favourite spot to search for recipes, especially because of the cooks’ ratings that follow each one.
All you need to know about an important international movement that encourages the appreciation of things culinary. Note: You can contact our local chapter at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
New York food sleuth Jim Leff shares fabulous food finds of all kinds on this lively site, with plenty of input from his fans.
A mish-mosh of news, recipes and trend-tracking from contributors around the world. A bit too much happening but sometimes there are timely tidbits.
This stalwart charitable group distributes perishable and non-perishable food daily to agencies that feed the hungry across the GTA. Their annual fundraiser Toronto Taste is memorable.
An excellent resource to find out about food products such as coffee produced under the international guidelines of Fair Trade.
A super Toronto non-profit organization that addresses issues of hunger, sets up food co-ops, distributes weekly organic food boxes and more.
My friend, colleague and ace Toronto cooking instructor has her finger on the pulse. Great recipes, tips and news.
Okay, I’m not a huge fan of the woman whose perfectionism takes all the fun out of sharing conversation and a few laughs over good food — but she knows her stuff. Cookies are a strong point but her recipes don’t always work.
You’ve gotta love British chef Jamie Oliver. At a young age, he had fame and fortune, then decided to open London restaurant Fifteen where he trains unemployed youth to be chefs. Talk about heat of the kitchen! His love of food is contagious — and his recipes nearly always work.