Friday, March 23, 2012

College Falafel

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Tell me it isn't so.

Have I seriously not posted anything in over a month?!

Sad times they are. I had no recipes to blog about, no cookies to take pictures of. This past month, I haven't had the time to cook or bake. It was The Food Collective's fault (the title of my thesis project). But I presented it to a panel of judges on Wednesday, so now I'm free!

"A crowdsourcing site that harnesses the collective creativity of a crowd through an open-call format". <-- Totally memorized my presentation.

So if I haven't had time to cook or bake, then what have I been eating you ask?

Well a lot of coffee, a lot of donuts, and a lot of College Falafel.

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Yes College Falafel. Only the best falafel and chicken shawarma in Toronto. And lucky for me, it's a 2 minute walk from my place. Not to mention it's owned by the nicest and sweetest couple in town. They make the neighbourhood feel like a neighbourhood, they get to know you on a personal level, it's a rare thing in a big city.

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Quite often I've talked about love and food and how the are in need of each other. And both, Bardhyl and Oljana have a lot of love to give. Everything they make is from scratch. There is an attention to detail at this place. They understand that fresh vegetables, simple ingredients, and a whole lotta love makes food... well... food!

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Making falafel fresh to order. That's food.

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The tastiest desserts. That's love.
(Their finger baklava is amazing and the perfect bite of sweetness)

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Oh yes, and did I mention that Bardhyl looks like a young Rober De Niro.

Think Godfather...or Taxi Driver.

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450 Ossington Ave.
Toronto, ON.
416 532 8698

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