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Sabina Bhatia
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I wrote my first cookbook when I was 10, I'm finally taking it as a sign...
I wrote my first cookbook when I was 10, I'm finally taking it as a sign...

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Class of 50+@Nella! 
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Two Bloor St. spots that deliver without fail. Guu followed by Bakerbots cafe. Burnt toffee ice cream sandwich on a blustery cold night, surprisingly warming.
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Looking at the full moon is quite pretty...

This though is the backup having just realized the thunder/rockets game isn't being televised for me :s

My snack cheered me, a bit.

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At home resting downtown, yet somehow land in the boroughs of scarb for a Hakka FEAST. Two east & west Indians halvsies, one Punjabi and one Chinese opt for a drive to Federicks.

Chili chicken, pakoras, manchurian paneer, shrimp fried rice.
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Dessert.

Bobette & Belle. Best cupcakes in Toronto. Opted for a classic chocolate with dark icing. Reminded me of the choc cake from BakerBots. Indulgence...
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It's been awhile since I posted. You can switch the steak for salmon which is how I usually make this, though tonight was indulgence. Next post will further illustrate that...

Rice: Pakistani long grain rice (better than Indian basmati in my opinion). Cooked with cinnamon sticks, a couple cracked cardamom pods, bay leaves, cracked peppercorns.

Steak: Ribeyes that were mingling awhile with olive oil, smashed garlic cloves, fresh oregano I bruised in my palm and a lot of cracked peppercorn. A lot. Seared in a heavy bottomed smoking hot pan till medium rare. Let sit for 10 mins before slicing.

Green Onion Ginger Sauce: Mince garlic, ginger, green onions. Pour over some heated hot peanut oil. Add in chili flakes.

Assembly: Place some rice and sliced steak on a plate. Drizzle over the green onion ginger sauce.

Tip: I dropped a dallop of hoisin on my plate too...
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First ever #Canadian Munchies episode via Vice, featuring #Toronto's Black Hoof; Grand Electric, Cold Tea.

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For me, Sunday morning always feels better with classical tunes, and now that it's out, blasting Solo Piano II by Chilly Gonzales! http://chillygonzales.com/

AND EATING FRENCH TOAST
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A short film on the Toronto City Council debate on backyard chickens, and the renegade urban keepers..

The $1000 donation perk, an at-home dinner cooked by Le Chantecler Chef, Jacob Wharton-Shukster....whoa.

#toronto   #localfood   #chicken  

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That's what's up...for early Friday dinner.
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