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Gino Spano

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Toronto has a bright and vibrant food scene that reflects the mosaic of cultures who up this city. With this scene comes dedicated food bloggers religiously following trends, reviewing party venues, and providing delicious recipes for readers. 

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Whether you love to cook or are simply looking for a little food inspiration, here are seven Toronto food bloggers who will satisfy all your hunger cravings.

1. Monica Lee and Clara Lau

If you ever wanted to join a food sorority, the Food Sisterhood is for you. These girls are good friends sharing restaurant openings, menu launches, recipes, as well as their culinary experiences. They love eating and they want to share their food adventures with their readers. 

They look to old favourites and new spots in Toronto, covering every restaurant under the sun. Lee and Lau post delicious photos of great tasting food, home recipes, restaurant critiques, and they’re on top of the latest food trends.

2. Abbey Sharp

Abbey Sharp is a Registered Dietician, food blogger, and founder of Abbey’s Kitchen. On top of all that, she’s a television and radio spokesperson for healthy lifestyles. She posts delicious and healthy menu ideas that are simple for anyone to try. 

Sharp’s recipes are sorted by dietary needs, allowing readers quick and easy navigation of recipes from gluten-free and vegan to peanut allergy.

3. Mardi Michels

The Eat. Live. Travel. Write. blog takes readers on a culinary adventure. Michels’ recipes frequently features French cuisine—her passion—that appropriately ties into her full-time job as a French teacher in the city. Check out her “French Friday” recipes, sure to inspire your inner French chef. In addition to her blog, she teaches kids cooking classes and French pastry classes, and has her first cookbook coming out next fall.

4. Louisa Clements

Living Lou is brought to you by Louisa Clements, a 22-year old Toronto foodie showcasing the city’s diverse style and her life within it. She advocates a healthy lifestyle and her blog shows it, featuring simple, tasty meals that are good for you. For those young folks just figuring things our, her “five ingredient recipes” section is sure to inspire you to cook delicious, uncomplicated meals.

5. Hubert L

Hubert’s Good Food Toronto is dedicated to news and reviews of Toronto’s eclectic food scene. He’s in the know about the latest spots and shares this news with his readers. Take a trip around the city, from the people in the restaurants to the creators who make up Toronto’s foodie scene.

In the ever-changing restaurant landscape, it can feel like information overload, but the vast number of reviews and news supply enough inspiration that you’ll never be stuck without a suggestion.

6. Grace Y

Food in the City Toronto features beautiful shots of food and good advice for restaurants in the city. She’s constantly looking for the next culinary adventure to share with her readers. Snappy critiques paired with great shots are the perfect starting point for choosing your next dinner spot.

Grace’s blog features a mix of reviews, with everything from hidden gems to Michelin-starred powerhouses. Food in the City Toronto is a personal project showcasing Grace’s true love for food, no matter where she goes.

7. Tara Maini

Choperella is a collection of Maini’s passion for food. Her family of foodies was heavily involved in the food industry, which exposed her to an array of different cultures, such as Punjabi, Kenyan, and French. Maini uses what she grew up with and adds a contemporary twist.

Choperella is Maini’s outlet to share what she loves. Her blog is a mix of unique recipes and places visited, with photos to make your mouth water. Honest writing makes it feel like you’re conversing with an old friend.

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Gino Spano

Starting with roots in a kitchen at 14 years old, he worked his way up the ranks and by the young age of 17 was responsible for daily events of 50 to 600 people. Gino continued to use his talents to work in catering, banquet and restaurant kitchens across the GTA. His love for Italian, French and Asian cuisine paired with his wide variety of knowledge brought him success in his new venture at Seventh Heaven in 2001. Over the past 12 years, he has cooked many meals for social events, corporate events and government officials. His love for new challenges brought him into corporate sales where he and the Seventh Heaven team won Best Catered Event for Canadian Linen’s “The Great White North” – Facility Grand Opening in 2009.
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