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    Server with cocktails (Courtesy of Blackfoodie.co)

    These ByBlacks Restaurant Week participants have brought the Tropics to Greektown!

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    King’s Southern bites are the perfect bite-sized dose of cornbread, fried chicken, and a glaze of sweet chilli sauce (Photo Courtesy of King Catering) 

    35-year old Deon King knows the exact date he was ready to take King Catering, his catering service, to the next level: March 28, 2016. King’s childhood memories were the starting fuel of his catering vehicle and why he picked up cooking. Born in Trinidad, King, the son of a baker, vividly remembers his father baking pies and selling them in their local neighbourhood. Coupled with his mom’s ability to make anything out of nothing, cooking came naturally for King. Witnessing innovation and passion and the limitless opportunities the two could provide planted the seed of King Catering in his DNA. 

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    When you think about where to find a great slice of pizza in Toronto, you probably envision College Street’s “Little Italy” or, if your tastes are a little more pedestrian, your corner Pizza Pizza. If you wouldn’t have selected “Little Jamaica” in the fantasy round of a Levar Burton-hosted Jeopardy, boy do I have a surprise for you! Toronto’s first-ever Caribbean-themed pizzeria is launching soon on Eglinton West and if you ever wanted to know what Jerk chicken would taste like on a slice of ‘za, here’s your chance to explore.

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    Nine years ago, if you would’ve asked a young, talented, up-and-coming chef that he would own a successful restaurant specializing in Haitian Street Food in Toronto, he would probably shrug it off.

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    When you hear the name Young Animal, food is probably the last thing that comes to mind. But Adisa Glasgow - owner of this restaurant with a controversial name, is all about the food, serving up traditional Trini street fare with French and Italian twists.

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    Before he went to culinary school, Chef Kwame O Afriyie Nsafoah had no dreams of becoming a chef. It’s not that he couldn't cook. In fact he was and is a great cook. It's a skill he picked up mostly from his mother, who was always cooking.

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