Browsing All posts tagged under »Abraham Wornovitzky«

The Senator

March 4, 2016


If you are considering brunch tomorrow and find yourself at Yonge and Dundas, I encourage you to go southeast towards Victoria St. and look for The Senator. Its facade make it seem small but what is inside is a total surprise. You would literally go in deep into the restaurant to enjoy a meal. I […]

Toronto Region Board of Trade and Oliver & Bonacini Events

January 26, 2014


Upon invitation by The Mint Agency, Abe and I attended the launch of the newly renovated Toronto Region Board of Trade event space by First Canadian Place last Wednesday. Oliver & Bonacini Events, pulled out all the stops showcasing the gourmet food from Toronto Region Board of Trade, Oliver & Bonacini Events, Malaparte and the Arcadian. […]

Aunties And Uncles After Abe’s BreakfastTV Stint

June 25, 2013


Today my day started really early.  My EyeCandyTO partner, Abe, landed a cooking demo on CityTV’s Breakfast TV and they wanted him ready in the studio by 6:30am.  To us, it meant that I have to rise by 4:00am (My brain is always slow to start.  I generally have to idle for 30 minutes before […]

Slider Revolution

November 12, 2012


The thing about being a teacher in the morning and being a photographer in the afternoon, it was almost always a guarantee that it was the reason that you skip lunch.  That was what has happened today once again.  It was past 5:00 pm and I am yet to eat lunch.  I did plan my […]

A Night at the Dish Cooking Studio with Abe

November 3, 2012


I have met my EyeCandyTO partner Abraham Wornovitzky about 3 years ago in a one-week intensive food styling course  at George Brown College.  Back then I thought it would be useful for me to enroll for the course to understand a food stylist’s perspective.  I thought it would make me a better photographer to understand the […]

Soupstock 2012

October 21, 2012


When about 200 chefs band together to get their voices heard to Stop the Mega Quarry, the crowd comes.  Just like what happened a year ago at Foodstock, foodies came in droves to support the efforts to stop the proposal to build a limestone mega quarry at Melancthon township.  When last year the attendance was […]

Harbord Bakery

October 4, 2012


Accompanied by Abraham Wornovitzky today, we spent the afternoon scoping the site for a future photo shoot for a client.  I don’t know whether it was the brainstorming we did or driving through rows of restaurants by Dundas West that Abe started to have a serious craving for something sweet.  It was quite amusing to […]