North Toronto Post - - Food -

“This def­i­nitely has the best pas­try. It has a nice bite to it, good crunch and the best bal­ance.” ROLLING PIN, 1970 AV­ENUE RD., $25 “There’s lots of cinnamon in this one. It tastes good, but the ap­ple feels just a lit­tle bit raw.” CHAR­MAINE SWEETS, 115 VANDERHOOF AVE., $15 “They re­ally cook their pas­try. It’s ac­tu­ally a very good pie. I re­ally like the ap­ples and the way they’ve man­aged the ap­ples.” SUM­MER­HILL MAR­KET, 446 SUM­MER­HILL AVE., $12.99 “This is a clas­sic ap­ple pie, and it has a nice golden colour to the crust.” DESSERT LADY, 12 CUM­BER­LAND ST., $11 “This is very well sea­soned. There’s some nut­meg, cinnamon. Nice colour on the ap­ples.” PHIPPS DESSERTS, 1875 LES­LIE ST., UNIT 21, $14.95 “It’s a nice idea. Ap­ples and ba­con can go to­gether, but the ba­con should be crispy, and the ap­ples should be caramelized.” GINGER’S CUP­CAKES & DESSERTS, 10220 YONGE ST., $25

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