Good Friday 10:30am-8:00pm, Saturday 10:30am-7:00pm.
Closed Sunday and Monday
Come in soon, they won't last long (in our stock, that is - how long they last in your soap dish is kind of up to you!)
As if the crush of romantic-dinner-seeking amateurs isn't enough to keep you home this Valentine's Day, it's also the NBA All-Star game. Two great reasons to be your own All-Star and use your home-court advantage to take your Valentine's Day to the next level.
Once again, our friends at Queen's Pasta have supplied us with packages of lovingly made heart-shaped ravioli made with both red and white pasta stuffed with ricotta and other flavours. But this year they packed a new surprise into that familiar shape as well:
Ravioli filled with dulce-de-leche and banana!
We're recommending you plate with a smear of raspberry purée underneath and a dusting of cocoa powder on top. Positively aphrodisiacal!
However you spend this Valentine's Day, we hope you get to share it with someone you care about - romantically or otherwise - and have a safe and happy long weekend.
And on that note, a reminder that we are closed Monday for Family Day.
This is not only Valentine's weekend but NBA All-Star weekend - it's time to up your game! And we've got two sweet paths to your sweetheart that are slam dunks from Toronto chocolate All-Stars Odile and Laura Slack.
Decorative truffles, dulce-de-leche skulls, a handpainted chocolate frog prince? Whatever the shape of your love, we've got you covered.... in All-Star chocolate for All-Star weekend.
Each jar in this great selection of eight different soups from SoupGirl - Spicy Coconut Lentil,Curried Cashew, Smoky Split Pea, Italian Rice & Lentil, Caribbean Rice n’ Peas Soup, The Detox Soup, Moroccan Lentil Soup and the new Za’atar Lentil Soup - includes its own carefully crafted mix of herbs, spices, grains and/or pulses. All you have to do is add heat, water and time.
Apparently Wiarton Willy predicted six more weeks of winter earlier this week so come on in and stock up on the hearty soups in town!
In the month or so leading up to the holidays, we experienced - along with the rest of the world - a shortage of Maldon salt and sold out in early December. Apparently, there was an unspecified problem somewhere in the production chain and Maldon advised that they would be back on line by the end of January. True to their word, the salt from Maldon is once again flowing (in a manner of speaking - more on that later) and is back on our shelves. (We also have a fine selection of wood and ceramic salt cellars!)
Really, you should have three main kinds of salt on hand in your pantry – an everyday utility salt, a finishing salt and a fine salt. Then there are some luxury salts you can splurge on if you like. Let's go through them one by one...