How to Stuff Your Face With Delicious!!!

Last updated on April 20th, 2021 at 09:29 pm

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Back from a weekend on Arran Lake, I’m catching up with the digital life I had on hold for a few days, too busy soaking in moments like this:

Arran Lake—Sunset

But with this urbanite back where he belongs, I’ve unpacked the bags, finished the chores, and finally getting to the pile of notes and ideas that you’ll see on my blog for the rest of 2014!

And one of these is a review of—a way to get sweet treats in one, convenient place.

Getting Your Nom On with!

I’m not much of one for sweets myself, but with my wife’s discerning palate for all things sugary, when Charming Media reached out to introduce me to—Canada’s first online bakery marketplace and one of their newest clients—I thought it’d be a great way to score some extra… wait for it… brownie points!—Delivery Bag

Welcome to Toronto, the City of ALL the FOODS!

Toronto’s no stranger to options for stuffing one’s face.

Unlike many cities with a wealth of architecture and attractions for visitors to check out, Toronto’s a relatively young city. So if you ask any Torontonian where to go, I guarantee you’ll some restaurants, markets and bakeries on that list! What can we say—we love our food! I’ve seen more than a few eateries go under because they couldn’t stand apart from the crowd, so something new and interesting like an online marketplace for baked goods founded by the former owner of a boutique bakeshop totally makes sense to me!—Gift Box

Monica Abramov, a digital marketing strategist who formerly owned The Designer Cookie, knows Toronto’s the perfect place to launch a service like this! In fact, while she notes “[i]t’s no secret that Toronto and the GTA are both home to some of the most outstanding bakeries in the country… times have changed!” You can get all sorts of dinner foods delivered, or even groceries brought to your door—why should it be any different with baked goods or desserts? If you’re looking for something nut-free, Kosher, gluten-free, vegan or just plain delicious, will have it when they launch on September 17th!—Unboxing
Goodies from Dollop Bakery, Cookie Scoop, Branded Bites, Short & Sweet Cupcakes and Petal Dust Bake Shop!

So if you’re looking to sink your teeth into something delicious, #GetYourNomOn with!

Because those sweet teeth aren’t going to sate themselves!

Good luck,

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By Casey E. Palmer

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Calling the Great White North his home, Casey Palmer the Canadian Dad spend his free time in pursuit of the greatest content possible.

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Casey lives in Toronto, Ontario.

49 replies on “ Review”

Oh my, I checked out Petal Dust’s website – they make carrot cake sandwich cookies! Why didn’t I know about this when I was in Toronto? lol

As if you could pick one thing…I’m in a yummy cookie kinda mood and now that I’ve looked at this I’m quite disappointed with all the fruit in this house that is taking up the space for cookies!!!

Definitely Cookie Scoop! I always get those shipped to my boyfriends work for nice surprises, but they’re apparently so good, none are ever left over for me!

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