The Week That Was… December 27th, 2015 – January 2nd, 2016.

Ladies and gentlemen, friends of all ages, sorry for the unexpected lull in activity lately — the site spent the last couple of days overcoming technical woes, which kept me well occupied until we got back to 100%. With that drama sorted, I’ve been back to my tedious ways, chipping away at all sorts of content I’m looking to share with you in the coming year.

But before I hit you with the new stuff, I need to get my house in order first — starting with The Week That Was coming back into regular rotation, my weekly look at what went down in a post full of bite-sized pieces — you know… if I get my act together, anyway.

This week, we focus on the transition into a new year, where if the first few days are any indication, should prove to be nothing short of interesting.

Chef Matt Dean Pettit | #LobstahPalooza2015

On Sunday, September 27th, something’s coming up that you won’t want to miss!

Toronto’s known for its foodie culture, hosting people and their dishes from virtually every corner of the planet, giving our citizens a discerning palate that you won’t find anywhere else. But because as a diverse city we’re so used to searching across the seven seas for the inspiration that’ll sate our dining desires, we often forget to look within our national borders to see what one of the largest and most diverse countries has to offer!

The preview I had for the upcoming Lobstahpalooza was just that — a cast of friends bringing their skills and resources to the table so they could put the kind of experience together you don’t see these days!

Little did we know how true that’d be… but I’m getting ahead of myself.