Besides being a popular tourist destination, Ontario is quickly becoming a foodie hotspot, as well. To get the most out of your time in Ontario, you need to treat yourself to a tasty meal. Interestingly, this province especially its capital city, Toronto, has restaurants that are among the best in the country.
When you’re new to a place, it’s always a good idea to look into blogs that recommend the top diners in the area. Here are the top ten best food bloggers and food influencers in Toronto and Ontario that you should not miss.
Hungry416 is a blog that partners with Toronto restaurant influencers to help diners get more customers and guide Toronto foodies reserve a table at the best diners in town!
Hungry415 recommends the greatest spots in Toronto, GTA, and Ontario to dine, hang out, and have fun. At the same time, they highlight delectable recipes that are simple to prepare as well as fascinating celebrations, concerts, workshops, shows, and festivities.
Blogto is the one-stop-shop for foodies for all things food-related in Toronto, including restaurant openings, pubs, nightclubs, restaurants, chefs, and more. In addition, it has some of the greatest event listings in town.
There’s a culinary blog in Ontario’s Niagara region called Eating Niagara managed by award-winning journalist Tiffany Mayer.
Launched in Toronto in 2015, Narcity Media is a media publisher that owns and operates Narcity.com. They showcase the best of the region’s food, people, and places or they bring attention to extraordinary events that everyone should be aware of.
Tara O’Brady, the blog owner and mother of two, writes and manages Seven Spoons. She liberally feeds her readers seasonal recipes from some of her favorite cookbooks as well as those of her creations.
Her readers are particularly interested in the photographs she posts on her site. You’ll be tempted to make her recipes as soon as you see her images, which beautifully showcase the ingredients and meals she prepares.
An avid foodie, Tiffany is always on the lookout for new places to eat or farms to support in Ontario. The lovely countryside and its crops have been the focus of her reporting and now freelancing work for many years.
Seasons and Suppers
This Ontario-based blog is run by Jennifer Maloney and features recipes from her own kitchen. Her food and cooking diary, Seasons and Suppers, allows her to document her year-round culinary adventures.
She specializes in family-friendly comfort food that’s quick and easy to prepare. Each recipe is accompanied by a story about the author’s life outside of Bracebridge, Ontario, and beautifully captures a day in Ontario.
Seasonal Ontario Food
Jennifer Sanders, the owner of Seasonal Ontario Food, writes in a conversational style that makes her readers feel as though they’re chatting with a close friend.
For the past fourteen years, Jennifer has steadily maintained her blog. Her recipes are searchable by both ingredients and month, making them a valuable resource during important holidays or for a simple family meal. It emphasizes fresh, in-season ingredients from the area, with an emphasis on organic options.
The Gouda Life
The Gouda Life’s creator, Kelly Brisson, is one of the top Canadian bloggers who shares recipe ideas that are easy, tasty, comforting, and made with ingredients that can be purchased in your local supermarket.
When it comes to seasonal, easy-to-make dishes and delicious sweets, her 12-year-old blog is the place to go. Bernie is passionate about the process of developing recipes, putting them to the test, and documenting the outcome.
Moreover, she is enthusiastic about the blog’s progress because it is not about her, even though she writes the content. It’s all about wonderful cuisine, serving the people we care about and bringing everyone together around the table.
The First Mess
Laura Wright is the author of a vegan cookbook and the person who came up with the idea for The First Mess. Her recipes are often snapshots of what’s in season and fresh, and often come from her garden.
Wright talks a lot about how to grow or harvest a certain ingredient, and he doesn’t shy away from talking about sustainability.
The First Mess Cookbook was released by Laura in the year 2017. A silver medal was given to it for the area of health and special diets cookbooks at the Taste Canada Awards.
Additionally, her blog was named one of Saveur magazine’s “Food Blogs We Love” because of her writing expertise and the beauty of her photographs.
In response to the growing demand for better-for-you products, Manning Canning Kitchens has created a range of natural gourmet preserves and nutritious beverages.
Christine Manning gave up her day job as a digital marketer and now works full-time in preservation. Christine’s blog entries, which are typically humorous and insightful include a fantastic recipe for her preserves.
Manning Canning’s goal is to produce food that you can feel good about consuming by using only simple, natural ingredients locally grown in season and traditional procedures, free from preservatives or additives.