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  1. Shenandoah Vegan

    I guess you’re supposed to put the Olive pits in that little metal cup. Looks tres sophistique!

  2. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Aw, squish! I do look seriously happy in that photo – I think I was pretty pleased to be there :)

    As for Archive, I think I’d order an Oloroso with olive oil cake just for the joy of saying those words and saying them in combination. I am glad you’ve got winter survival all wrapped up xo

  3. Hotly Spiced

    Toronto dining looks exceptionally good. How wonderful does that tapas plate look! And as for that muffin – not all good things come in small packages then! xx

  4. Catherine

    Super chic and… SUPER ENORMOUS MUFFIN! All looks divine and I’m sure your long cold winter will be full of warm delights!

  5. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    That muffin is nowhere near as big as your head which is rather modest in size indeed ;)

  6. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    I know what you mean I always find hidden gems in my area that have been around for the longest time but simply never got my attention hehe :) So nice to meet bloggers in person and you feel like you already know them so well!

  7. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    That bowl of thai goodness looks amazing!!! & yes, a muffin should always be as big as your head, no? that’s the law. the muffin law. the only law.
    Heidi xo

  8. whisperinggums

    I think Manchego is lovely to say too.

    I love the idea of being able to order alcoholic drinks in different suburbs.

    (BTW Casting your mind back to Australia, do you recollect where we bought the Kirkland dried cherries from? I think both you and I bought some, but I can’t recollect where it was from.)

  9. Joanne

    It makes me endlessly happy to find hidden gems near where I live! That big bowl of thai food – MMMMM.

  10. hungryandfrozen

    Hurrah for meeting blog friends! And also now I have a distinct urge to check into a hotel under the name D. Desire Petite…….

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Our muffins here are just not going to cut it for you. You’ll never be back!

  12. Sarah

    Archive sounds soooo perfect! I love it when you can order wine by the glass. (I can never finish a whole bottle, unless I’m in a big group, and I love trying different ones).

    xox Sarah

  13. Johanna GGG

    archive is an odd name for a place – suggests dusty old draweres (be still my beating heart) yet I like it and it sounds just what you want in your neighbourhood. It will be fun to say – off to the archive! And meeting kari over in canada sounds like great fun.

  14. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Archive sounds wonderful! Perhaps an option for our TUESDAY (!!!) wine night?

  15. msihua (@msihua)

    Banana! I have a lovely bunch of bananas sitting on my kitchen bench ready for some baking fun!

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  17. Emma

    Hah @Laura, err, I mean D. Desire Petite.

    Archive sounds absolutely positively delightful!

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