October 2020 - Toronto ON
I am bored with counting the self-isolation weeks (32) in the title! So I will track the weeks here and write more inspiring titles, food related.
I should have kept with the self-isolation weeks as a title since we are back in a modified lockdown!!! Indoor dining of any sort is closed for a month. Even food courts, although you can pick up your food, there is nowhere to sit.
THIS AND THAT
The PATH is a mostly underground pedestrian walkway network in downtown Toronto that spans more than 30 kilometres of restaurants, shopping, services and entertainment.
The walkway facilitates pedestrian linkages to public transit, accommodating more than 200,000 business-day commuters as well as tourists and residents. The PATH provides an important contribution to the economic viability of the city’s downtown core.
Get a great view of the Don Valley Parkway and the downtown core from Chester Hill, located off Broadview, north of the Danforth.
Johann Albrecht Ulrich Moll, who adopted the name William Berczy, was born in Wallerstein, Germany, in 1744. Leading a group of settlers to York in 1794, Berczy, an artist, architect, writer and engineer, created the first roads and buildings in the town, built Yonge Street and founded Markham Township. In 1803 he drew the plans for a wooden suspension bridge for this location. It was 33 m long and 7 m wide and of a very advanced design.
I made this cranberry pumpkin loaf using applesauce to replace the two eggs.