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Cookie Bouquet Toronto
- A cookie bouquet is a bouquet of cookies that has been arranged in a container, similar to a flower bouquet. It is typical for cookie bouquets to be given as gifts or presented for decor purposes.
- Toronto was a Canadian rock band active during the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was formed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by guitarist Brian Allen and American-born singer Holly Woods.
- A city in Canada, capital of Ontario, on the northern shore of Lake Ontario; pop. 635,395
- the provincial capital and largest city in Ontario (and the largest city in Canada)
- Toronto is a town within the city of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, approximately from Newcastle's central business district and is a commercial hub for the sprawling suburbs on the western shore of the lake.
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New Era Toronto Blue Jays Pinch Hitter Wool Replica Adjustable Cap (Black)
This is an adjustable wool replica cap with Velcro closure. Looks like what is worn on the field, but it is not fitted and is less expensive. If you are playing or coaching Little League and your team has to look like the Major Leaguers this is the perfect cap for you. Designed with embroidered Toronto Blue Jays logo on the front.
Founded in 1920, the New Era Cap Company is the leading headwear manufacturer and creator of New Era Apparel, products that transcend time, culture, sport, and fashion. Producing more than 35 million caps per year, New Era is the exclusive manufacturer and marketer of the official on-field cap worn by every Major League Baseball team and their Minor League affiliates. On the street, New Era is known as the Originator of the True Fitted for its signature cap style, the 59FIFTY. The company is headquartered in Buffalo, New York and operates facilities in Alabama, Canada, Europe, Japan, and Hong Kong. New Era is a ‘Category A’ affiliate of the Fair Labor Association.
Toronto's Most Beautiful Cupcakes
The relaunch of TorontoLife.com's Food Porn column starts with a post about the city's most beautiful cupcakes. This topic was one suggested by my editor. Despite my initial hesitations (really? cupcakes? That's so 2005!), we did have a twist on it: finding the best looking (tasting would obviously be as important). I'll confess that at the end of the day, I did look forward to see how creative some of the artisans/bakers were. With regards to the selection process, all candidates were my pitches based on familiarity or by reputation. I was really surprised by how amazing some looked; others by their taste. A week of cupcake tasting testing (with a motley crew of cupcake lovers - and most importantly for me, ones who could actually eat cocoa laced products on my behalf) wasn't something I looked forward to (given that I'm more a savouries person than one for sweets), but I was quite happy to discover some favourites along with being wowed by the details infused in others. On a wild note, one of my members claims she developed an allergy to cupcakes (likely to ingredients found within it but I think has been fine with eating those same ingredients elsewhere) including anaphylaxis. Perhaps she's experiencing the same allergy development as I did to cocoa? Only time will tell (and for her sake, I hope not!). I bring you Toronto's most beautiful cupcakes curated as of Nov 2010. These are a representative selection from the following cupcake vendors: SweetThings, OMG Baked Goodness, Wicked Little Cake Company, She Takes the Cake, Whole Foods, SweetThings, Eini & Co, The Cupcakery, LPK Culinary Groove.
Easter Cookie Bouquet
My first real cookie bouquet. Thanks so much to Rollin' Dough for sending me some helpful hints. It didn't turn out nearly as cute as hers, but it was a fun first attempt! It's actually for my hubby, who is totally cookie crazy!