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Massive new furniture store opens on Caledonia

BlogTO reviews Shelter Furniture, the newest design store to open in the Eglinton-Lawrence area. Located in a remodeled warehouse at Caledonia Road and Glencairn Avenue, the store is described as "beautiful, brightly lit, and well organized...".

"What I most liked was the large collection of dining room tables and chairs. Too many times, furniture stores overlook these pieces because they can start to all look the same, but Shelter Furniture has enough variety to making choosing the perfect piece enjoyably difficult. Among my favourite pieces are the extendable frosted white glass dining table with brushed metal base ($999) and the Dakota dining table with clear glass top and wooden "swoosh" base ($1599). My must-have table is the strikingly cool Opio bleached pine table at 110' for $1999. It's big enough to fit a family for holiday dinners but cute enough for even the most intimate of breakfasts."

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Toronto's frozen custard

Blog TO gives a glowing review of Jedd's Frozen Custard, Toronto's new and only frozen custard cafe. Located at Yonge and Eglington, the 3-month old business has already cultivated a loyal following for its unique dessert.

"Frozen custard tastes like ice cream, except it's much smoother and creamier. The difference between the two is that frozen custard is made with extra egg yolks and cream, but less sugar."

"Jedd's Frozen Custard sells much more than their famous namesake, but the frozen custard attraction is what separates them from the rest. This place has all the bases covered from sandwiches, desserts, breads and jams to coffee and tea. With crystal chandeliers, WiFi and glass windows bursting with treats, the space is fresh and clean."

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Toronto Through the Eyes of Dufflet Rosenberg

A BlogTo interview with Toronto entrepreneur Dufflet Rosenberg's reveals what the pastry chef loves about her hometown. Rosenberg is the owner and founder of Dufflet Pastry, arguably the most recognizable name in the Toronto dessert scene.

"There are few ways to elicit delight more reliably than by announcing that you've brought 'Dufflet's' for dessert. Self-taught and self-assured, Toronto's very own 'Queen of Cake' Dufflet Rosenberg has been helping people make people happy for nearly three decades now. A staple at weddings around town--let alone the hundreds of restaurants, cafes and shops--the desserts of Dufflet Pastries are synonymous with celebrating the sweeter things in life."

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