Attention, fun-loving and food-loving Torontonians: this coming Saturday, June 11, the Laneway Project will partner with the Bloordale Community Improvement Association for the annual Bloordale Laneway Crawl, which aims to highlight Bloordale’s back-alley laneways as positive and fun urban spaces for the whole neighbourhood to enjoy. A variety of businesses will be offering food, live music, arts & crafts workshops, yard sales, and more, all inside a laneway route that connects neighbouring businesses together.
Ice cream on deck at the Laneway Crawl
So what are we mixing up from Karelia Kitchen? Well, do you like ice cream on a hot summer day? More specifcally, do you like fresh Ontario strawberry ice cream with lingonberry jam? Good, because that’s what we’re serving for only $2, in a bowl or a house-made krumkake cone!
What’s a krumkake cone?
The krumkake is a traditional Norwegian butter cookie made of flour, butter, eggs, sugar, and cream and baked in thin layers on an iron. We’ve taken this cookie recipe and shaped it into a house-made cone, a perfect vessel for ice cream.
Watch: the making of a krumkake cone
How to find the Laneway Crawl
The Bloordale Laneway Crawl will take place in the east-west laneway just north of Bloor Street, heading west from Dufferin Street and the north-south laneway in between Margueretta Street and Brock Street. Check out the poster below or head over here for all the info. See you in the laneways this coming Saturday, Bloordale!