Pop-up bakeries have been springing up across Toronto since the early days of COVID, but most of these innovative lockdown-era businesses are run by professional bakers and restaurateurs with big post-pandemic plans.
While Calgary might not be known for its fine bakeshops and patisseries, the prairie city has a hidden gold mine of luxurious bakeries, chocolatiers, and dessert shops that tempt our sweet tooth and easily impress us with rich flavours.
On a corner in Vancouver’s Commercial Drive, sweet indulgence is personified through Italian-inspired Livia Bakery.
For the uninitiated, melon pan requires some introduction.
Versality is the defining trait of Bouffe Dave Plant Food, Montreal’s new part-catering, part-breakfast, part-lunch spot in the Gay Village.
The enduring legacy of Winnipeg’s beloved log cake.
When it comes to satisfying a sweet tooth, Jenna Rae Cakes has all the answers.
A Scandinavian-inspired neighbourhood staple.
When Allyson Bobbit and Sarah Bell first met at confectionary school, they recognized in each other not only a mutual love of baking, but a shared work ethic strong enough to become the foundation for a business partnership that would change Toronto’s bakery scene.