Thursday Jun 01, 2023

Food delights you need to try in Pacific Mall

Metro Morning‘s food guide Suresh Doss joins the program every week to discuss one of the many great GTA eateries he’s discovered.

This week, he’s bringing us to a well-known place where you can find many new gems: Pacific Mall in Markham.

Below is a lightly edited transcript of Doss’s conversation with Metro Morning guest host Piya Chattopadhyay.

Suresh: Objectively this is one Markham’s legendary shopping complexes. I remember it opened just when I had graduated high school. A group of us would regularly make trips to the mall, sometimes almost weekly. It’s this cavernous building with high ceilings,

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‘World’s longest’ bus journey will take 56 days to cross Europe

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Fancy spending two months traveling overland from Istanbul to London without ever having to get behind the wheel?

Indian expedition company Adventures Overland is about to launch what’s being billed as “the world’s longest bus journey.”

Due to depart in August, the 56-day trip, which is available for up to 30 passengers, will span 22 countries, taking travelers from Turkey’s largest city,

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Morning Lookout: Pajaro return, Namaste culinary tour, weekend recs & Lookout’s news quiz

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Why, hello there, everyone. It is Friday, March 24, and — I’ll admit I did a bit of a double take on this one — the forecast calls for sunny skies around Santa Cruz County, with temps headed into the 50s. That’s the outlook through the weekend, so do take advantage.

No time for the tour? There’s much to explore as we cap off the workweek.
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It was a muddy, messy scene for many Pajaro residents Thursday as they returned home after Monterey County lifted

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Tired of tipping? These restaurants have ditched the practice

In addition to the creamy risotto with charred gai lan and plump prawn and ricotta dumplings, there’s another line getting attention in the menu of Parkdale’s new Then and Now restuarant. It reads: “We provide a living wage to all team members, so tips are optional but not required.”

Refreshing to many customers at a time when they’re bombarded with gratuity requests on every purchase they make.

“We had a guest who, when we asked how their experience at the restaurant was, said the main draw was the non-tipping option,” said Then and Now proprietor Eric Y. Wang. “I think

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Yemen: Donated UN food aid for the most needy sold in markets to boost stallholders’ profits | World News

A Sky News team inside Yemen has discovered shocking evidence that donated UN food aid meant for the most needy is instead being sold in street markets to help boost stallholders’ profits.

We found that donated cans of vegetable oil with World Food Programme (WFP) stamps on them were among the essential food items being sold in the province of Hodeidah. Alongside the WFP stamp, there were clear signs in English on the can saying “not for sale”.

In the same market stall in al Khokha, our investigations revealed sacks of flour and rice, also with large lettering saying “not

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10 Culinary Tours To Explore The Country & Its Food

Those who truly want to know Italy in all its cultural, geographical, and social diversity must, at some point, embark on a culinary tour of the country. Start from the north, where the mountainous terrain and farming traditions influence rich, creamy sauces, meaty dishes, and polenta as the mountains open to the wide sea in the south, light oil-based sauces and fresh seafood take precedence. The choice of wines and cheese changes with the produce across the country, as does the region’s street food. What better way to get to know Italy than through a food tour (or two)?


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