As of almost two weeks ago, we have been in our place for a year. There is still plenty to fix, paint, spruce up, but it has come a long way. I'm a huge addict of home blogs, magazines, and shows and get loads of inspiration from them. So when our realtor offered us tickets to Toronto's National Home Show, I didn't even have to think before I said yes. We went on Saturday and spent the better part of the day wandering around and listening to pros giving advice and demos.
Here are some of my pictures from the day, I apologize for the quality on a few. I only took my small camera and phone. I really didn't want to have to lug my big camera around all day! I need one of those super light and small DSLRs for occasions like this. A girl can dream!
|Tulips in the Canada Blooms section of the show.|
Cheesewerks downtown and I have to try it. A restaurant revolving around cheese? Umm yes, get in my belly now. He was lots of fun to watch and his Nutella Ricotta Banana Stuffed French Toast was amazing. Sounds weird, but it was so tasty.
Cinnamon Hill Farm that I can't wait to make. I tried to get flavors that were unique and these were three of the ones that we sampled and enjoyed. Loaded Baked Potato is my favorite of the three.
BeaverTails booth and could not pass it up. They don't have many locations, so they are usually a rare treat. The basic one is fried dough topped with cinnamon sugar. They also have other toppings, which I definitely have to try! We split this while it was nice and hot to warm us up for the jaunt to the car outside.