A Toronto alley on a hot summer evening walk from Front Street to to Dundas Square.
C'est le restaurant où j'ai eu de dîner mercredi soirée. Le cuisine français ici était si bon que je doive employer des mots français pour le décrire. Je sais que mes qualifications françaises ne sont pas aussi bonnes, mais ce n'est aucune réflexion sur la nourriture!
This is the entrance stairway at my old school - the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto. I took this today when attending a meeting to explore the possibility of a multi-university multi-child welfare agency research project.
This is the baby Muscovy duck who showed up a few weeks back looking for a home. At the moment he lives in my backyard. The last duck to live in my yard was a Peking duck. I think it is against municipal by-laws for him to be here, but ducks are notorious for disregarding the law.
There is a donut called a "Persian" that is only made in Thunder Bay. I never got to try one before but when I caught my flight airport staff were selling them with all the proceeds going to charity - so I ate lots - because it was in a good cause!
Honey grilled trout: Whole rainbow trout rubbed with roasted garlic and local whiteflower honey stuffed with caramelized vidalia onions served with steamed viking potatoes. Just in case you are wondering - this is not a really expensive restaurant - but I must admit to eat here I do have to subsidise my fixed meal allowance from my own pocket money. But it is worth it!