SUDDENLY, A CAESAR! And what a Caesar, created exclusively by famed Canadian actor and comedian Dan Levy, of Schitt’s Creek fame.
Rita DeMontis, Toronto Sun
Rita DeMontis is an award-winning journalist who has been with the Toronto Sun for more than three decades. She is currently the senior national Lifestyle and Food Editor for the Sun Media chain, a division of Postmedia Network. She also has a weekend radio show, Dishing with DeMontis, on Sirius XM Canada Talks! Ch. 167, spent many years on Newstalk 1010, and has appeared regularly on CITY-TV'S Breakfast Television, Global TV, CTV Canada AM, CityLine and Food Network Canada. DeMontis has also been interviewed on both CNN and the BBC and hosted her own national cooking show called CUCINAetc. She has an extensive volunteer background, belongs to several professional groups and has sat on various boards. DeMontis has been a keynote speaker on many occasions and has lectured periodically for York University as well as several marketing associations. She was also honoured in a national Canadian book celebrating 32 of the most influential Canadian women of Italian origin. Before working for the Toronto Sun, DeMontis spent several years with TV Guide Magazine.
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We're giving you ample notice that National Grilled Cheese Day is coming up next Wednesday, April 12 - a day to celebrate this humble fare whose history dates back to the early 1900s, later becoming part of the menu on many a WWII navy ship, where slices of cheese were smacked between bread and grilled into ooey-gooey goodness.
Time to make reservations for a night out with Oscar! The 89th Academy Awards is coming up this Sunday, Feb. 26, at the famed Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, and the stress is on to see whose wearing what, whose going to trip on the red carpet, what's Jimmy Kimmel have planned for this year's soiree - and whose going home with the little golden statue.
Christmas has come and gone, and now we're gearing up for the party of the year. New Year's Eve can be a big blow out affair, or a handful of close friends or just yourself with a good book and a celebratory drink.
This is the week where everything you thought you had time to do - you don't have time to do! Last-minute wrapping and baking and the thousand and one details to attend to.
Come this time of year, many of us are deep into the decorations – both inside and outside our homes.
Every year around this time, we start looking at the food trends we've enjoyed - and the foods coming our way in the new year. Yes eternal favourites, like cupcakes, do have staying power, but algae didn't quite make that big splash everyone was anticipating. Forbes is reporting kale is past its prime, and full fat is where it's at for the next lit
Imagine your whole world is filled with rich, delicicious chocolate - that chocolate is actually your career.
This Sunday Dec. 4 is National Cookie Day - but, seriously, do we need just one day to celebrate this awesome event?
It's mid-November, but many are already searching for memorable dishes to create for the holiday season.
Halloween's coming up! Doesn't matter if you're a kid, or a kid at heart - there's something so heart-thumping about dressing up and getting spooked.
We've heard it many times before - get the kids into the kitchen to help with meal planning.
It may be getting cold outside, but no need to put your grill away.
It's dusk and my travel colleague - the New York-based James Beard award-winning cookbook author and journalist Julia della Croce - and I are walking the spectacular, stoned streets of Alghero, on the western coast of Sardinia. We've ventured into the old, walled part of town, near the 13th century port, where the atmosphere is r
Bring on brunch for Easter
St. Patrick's Day is coming March 17, a day to wear green and eat green as we celebrate the famous old saint from the Emerald Isle - green being the Irish national colour, symbolic of the country's lush landscape, not to mention the vibrant hue of shamrocks and leprechauns.
In the blink of an eye we've slipped quietly into March, a month of seasonal changes.
Chocolate for Valentine's Day? The day was just meant for this delicious treat. It's an ingredient that was just meant for romance - taking an exquisite bite into good quality chocolate gives you a rush of feel-good endorphins and heightens your sense of well-being.
The perfect antidote for the winter blues is coming up this Sunday - yes, Super Bowl Sunday! - and a special one at that, celebrating its 50th year.
This time of year is when a bowl of rice is real nice.