The last of Canada: Toronto


What do you do with 26 green heirloom tomatoes harvested early to protect them from frost?

Green Tomatoes

Answer: Fried Green Tomatoes with Corn Relish.

Fried Green Tomatoes



Also, where do you go when you want to escape familial drama and eat something that didn’t come from a box, or Italy?


Ethiopian House Restaurant


Answer: Ethopian House.

Pictured above is the vegetarian platter for two. Delicious.

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4 Responses to The last of Canada: Toronto

  1. Simon says:

    My mom wrapped all her unripe tomatoes in news paper and then put them in brown paper bags and promptly forgot about them. We pulled them out this weekend and they were PERFECTLY ripened. It was pretty cool to eat fresh homegrown heirloom tomatoes in late november when it was freezing and dark out. A little time machine in a paper bag sent to us from the past summer.

  2. VegeYum says:

    I love the look of the Ethiopian House meal. Mmm-mmm. Your photo if the green tomatoes is wonderful.

    Here, fried green tomatoes are not common. However I cook them periodically ever since I saw the film of the same name some many many years ago. Very unusual here, but I like them.

  3. chameleon1218 says:

    I love your photographs – they never fail to make me hungry.

  4. Chris says:

    Fried green tomatoes are just a way to stave off starvation before the crops ripen.

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