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  JAN
15

Start Off the New Year with RealEat.ca!

Posted on 2014-01-15 20:09:03


Start the new year off right, and order from RealEat.ca! With over 50 restaurants in the Downtown Toronto area, we've got you covered! From Japanese, to Italian, Chinese, Indian cuisines, and more!

Order online now at RealEat.ca for the best food in the Toronto area!
  DEC
17

Pizza Delivery!

Posted on 2013-12-17 23:32:07
Pizza Delivery


Toronto has plenty of excellent Pizzeria restaurants to choose from. At Realeat.ca, we connect you with the best Pizzeria delivery restaurants in your area. We've made it easy for you to order delivery or takeout online from all the best Pizzeria restaurants in the Toronto area. Order online now, from our selection of excellent Toronto Pizzeria restaurants! At Realeat.ca, we offer delivery from local Pizzeria restaurants that don't provide delivery service themselves.

Great Pizzeria food delivered!! At Realeat.ca, we offer the best Pizzeria food restaurants in Toronto. To order, input your Postal Code above, select from a variety of Pizzeria restaurants, select your food choices, and add to cart! Realeat.ca provides you with the best selection of Pizzeria food delivery restaurants in Toronto. Enjoy your evening, with our excellent choice of restaurants in Pizzeria cuisine!

Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, order online now from RealEat.ca! Available for Pickup and Delivery!
  NOV
22

How to Make Sushi

Posted on 2013-11-22 00:38:05
Sushi is a Japanese food consisting of cooked sushi rice combined with a variety of ingredients, typical raw fish and/or other seafood. The rice is also referred to as shari and sumeshi ("vinegared rice"). The proper preparation of sushi can take years to master, as Japan`s top sushi chefs have worked for decades to perfect the art. However, if you are a beginner interested in making it for yourself, we'll show you how.

How to Make Sushi
Credit: CityBandit.com

Ingredients

Fish, shellfish, or other
Sushi rice
Rice wine vinegar
Unsalted dry seaweed
Sugar
Salt
Wasabi
Pickled Ginger
Soy Sauce

Directions
1.Choose 2 types of vegetables (carrots, or cucumbers) and fish (for example, crab). Make sure you also have dried seaweed (nori) and uncooked rice).
2. To begin, place 2 cups of rice into a bowl or rice cooker and wash the rice until the water is no longer cloudy.
3.Begin to fill the rice pot with fresh water (this will depend on how much rice your making)
4.Wash the vegetables and cut them in half lengthwise (into thin strips).
5.Cut the crab (or other fish), into thin little strips and make sure the lengths even.
6.Now check the cook on the rice. If it is ready set it aside in a small bowl.
7.Take a small bowl and pour in two tablespoons of rice wine vinegar. It is a good idea to put a small portion in now. (Remember you can always add, but you can`t take away). Now add in sugar and salt and stir until completely dissolved.
8.Now pour the mixture into the rice and mix in a downward "slicing" motion.
9.Place the seaweed onto a bamboo mat and spread the rice gently. Make sure to layer it out evenly.
10.Dampen the edge of the seaweed so it sticks to the bamboo when you roll it.
11.Now place the vegetables and crab (or other fish) slices onto the rice.
12.Roll the bamboo into a long roll (like a tube or cigar).
13.Remove the sushi roll from the bamboo.
14.When cutting the sushi, you should, cut down the middle of the roll, take the pieces and align them parallel, then cut again down the middle so the ingredients remain intact.

Don’t forget to order online now at RealEat.ca for the best food in the Toronto area! Try Sushi World now!

  NOV
22

Make Pad Thai – A Beginner’s Tutorial

Posted on 2013-11-22 00:23:32

Here is a quick and easy Pad Thai recipe that anyone can make at home!


Pad Thai Delivery and Take-out
Credit: BBC Good Food

Ingredients

120g 2-3mm wide flat rice sticks
60ml fish sauce
60ml tamarind water (you can use tamarind concentrate, thinned with a little water)
60g palm sugar
Pinch of chilli powder, to taste
80ml groundnut or vegetable oil
2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
100g extra-firm tofu, chopped into small cubes
8 large prawns
2 large eggs, ready cracked
25g preserved salted radish, chopped
1 tbsp. small dried shrimp
100g beansprouts
4 stalks Chinese chives, chopped
50g roasted peanuts, roughly chopped
Lime wedges, chilli flakes, fish sauce and sugar, to garnish

Directions

1.To begin, you must soak the rice sticks in cold water for about 20-30 minutes, until dente. Drain the excess.
2.Begin making the sauce by combining the fish sauce, tamarind and palm sugar in a pan. Heat the pan slowly to dissolve the sugar. Taste your work, before adding anything else. Remember, you can add ingredients, but you can’t take them away. 3.Add chilli if necessary.
4.Now begin to lay out the ingredients. Place a wok on high heat and add half oil. Now place in the garlic, and stir fry, add noodles, and a splash of water.
5.Stir fry until dried out, and then add the sauce. Fry until they seem edible (soft and chewy)
6.Now place the noodles to one side of the wok and add the rest of the oil.
7.Fry the tofu prawns; until the tofu begins to colour, and then push to the side add the eggs.
8.Stir through the noodles
9.Add the rest of the vegetables and other ingredients (radish, dried shrimp, beansprouts, chives and peanuts). Stir until well blended.

  NOV
22

Super Simple Poutine Recipe

Posted on 2013-11-22 00:07:10
In the culinary world, the poutine, is a staple of Canadian cuisine (originally from Quebec). This dish consists of French fries, usually topped off with gravy, and cheese (curds). The origin of this dish began in the late 1950s in Quebec. Although the actual word “Poutine” and its origins are uncertain, the dish is delicious, and that really is all that matters. Here we will show you a quick and easy poutine recipe that everyone can do at home.

Poutine, a Canadian Food

Ingredients
1. 1 Quart, Vegetable Oil 2. 1 can beef gravy 3. 5-6 potatoes, cut into fries 4. 2 cups of cheese (curds)

Directions
1.To begin, heat the oil in a deep fryer to 355-65 degrees F. When the oil begins to heat up, you can start to warm the gravy.
2.When the oil is hot, place in the fries and cook until light brown. These should cook for about 5-6 minutes. Remember to place the fries on a paper towel after frying to drain.
3.Place the fries on a plate, sprinkle cheese over them. Ladle gravy over the fries and cheese.

Enjoy!

  AUG
27

Online Food Ordering Becoming Common Practice

Posted on 2013-08-27 02:27:48

With the amount of purchasing occurring every day on the Internet, how convinced are you about online food delivery? No need to worry, at RealEat.ca, our goal is to make online food delivery as simple as possible. No longer will you have to hassle your order over the phone. RealEat.ca provides you with the best local restaurants to choose from. When ordering online with Realeat.ca, you are in control of your order.


sushi takeout or delivery
Credit: Sonia! The Healthy Foodie via flickr

We take pride in the restaurants that work with us, and our goal is to provide a quick and easy way for customers to order food online. Why not order online with one of our Indian, Japanese, Pizza, American food delivery restaurants in Toronto!

  AUG
18

Advantages and Disadvantages in Ordering Food Online

Posted on 2013-08-18 13:00:00

In today's fast paced world, getting the food you want can often become a challenge. The time people spend in the kitchen has decreased and ordering in food online has increased. Based on this fact, people like the convenience of ordering food. Not only is ordering products online becoming standard practice, it is more secure, fast and efficient.


Italian restaurant food
Credit: iweatherman via flickr

Advantages of Ordering Food Online

  1. Time - In today's hectic lifestyle, people are spending less time in the kitchen cooking meals. Today, people prefer quick, easy meals that are also convenient and cost effective.
  2. A wide range of restaurants and cuisine styles are available to choose from online. From Japanese to Mexican, American, Greek, Italian and more!
  3. Flexible payment options are available for home delivery; this adds more convenience to the customer.
  4. Ordering food, in comparison to cooking it yourself, can be more cost effective. Not only will you have a meal for tonight; you will most likely also have left-overs for tomorrow.
  5. Even on busy days, food delivery is always available. Not only is food delivery always available, the wide range of cuisines to choose from vary your options.
  6. Every once in a while, discounts are also available to further add value to your delivery order. Social media websites and coupon websites can lead you to special offers and discounts.

Disadvantages of Ordering Food Online

  1. Having a meal at home, versus having a meal at a restaurant can be a different experience. Even though the food maybe of similar quality, you aren't exactly leaving your home for a different dynamic. However, ordering in food is always an exciting experience!