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Carlos and I have been eating lots of warm salads - like the roasted carrot and avocado one pictured above and this one. I've also been really enjoying the latest issue of Bad Day Magazine - there's so much good stuff in there, guys! Interviews with Sofia Coppola, Vanessa Beecroft, Panda Bear, Thomas Persson, etc.




The "dirt bombs" at Capital Espresso in Parkdale are dangerously good (along with their muffins - I love the carrot coconut, especially).



Carlos is a master layer-er!





We finally made it back to Saving Grace last Saturday. We JUST missed getting seated right away, so had to wait, which I didn't really mind. I was very impressed with the fig frittata. Figs in eggs! Who knew.


10 comments:

  1. those donuts, that omelet, them layers!!!

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  2. Those dirtbombs look exactly like the sugar donuts I used to eat pretty much weekly from the Italian bakery from the street where I grew up. So deliciously bad. Oh man.

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  3. I love Capital's muffins too! But I haven't tried their dirt bombs!! It looks so delish!

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  4. Dirt bombs gimme gimme. Looks amazing!! I really truly love your blog. So fresh, so clean.

    x

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  5. First—dirt bombs! Brilliant name.
    Second—whenever I go to second-hand shops, I'm always hoping to find a picture like that lovely lady.
    Third—I have to decide where to head off to next in September, and you're making a good case for Toronto :) Thanks for keeping me inspired about Canada, Katie.

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  6. Yes!! Come to Canada Michelle. This blog makes our city so exciting [which it is, but I feel I don't appreciate it enough at times].

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  7. Saving Grace... is the best :) Quite striking post. Oh, I love your pics.

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  8. oh cool, i must find this magazine!

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  9. that magazine looks lovely - I'm loving the monochrome!
    And the fig frittata..frig! Looks like a lovely time. xo

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  10. Saving Grace makes me miss Toronto so so much. When the season comes please eat a pumpkin cookie for me!

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