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Cheesecake on a stick Toronto pop up store

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  • Mar 27th, 2019 12:50 pm
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Cheesecake on a stick Toronto pop up store

Cheesecake on a stick is coming to Toronto for a very short time @ 420 Queen street west, from March 28-April 7, 2019
More info: https://curiocity.com/toronto/food-drin ... g-toronto/

(it sounds like something I'd want to try at a place like the CNE, maybe? lol)
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I LOVE cheesecake!

Too far for me though.
:D
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I don't get it.
Why are we putting it on a stick? What's wrong with a plate?
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death_hawk wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 3:42 pm
I don't get it.
Why are we putting it on a stick? What's wrong with a plate?
Like I said, it's something I'd expect to find at a place like the CNE in late August.
A new fair novelty of some sort, perhaps?

Notice how it's just a pop up store. Who knows where it will pop up next?
A good idea for the truck vendors also, maybe? Since they are always searching for new creative ideas to draw attention to themselves.
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playnicee1 wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 3:52 pm
Like I said, it's something I'd expect to find at a place like the CNE in late August.
It makes sense at a fair. Sticks make for great wandering around while eating.
But some random spot in the city? I'm probably not going to be walking around Toronto eating a stick of cheesecake.
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Mar 25, 2019
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The company who sells this cheesecake on a stick is a food truck operation. It’s street food. Sold at festivals. They do pop ups because they aren’t open full time and it’s a easier way for people to get their product.
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looking at the picture likes one bite and all crumbles on the ground unless it's frozen
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langong wrote:
Mar 27th, 2019 10:23 am
looking at the picture likes one bite and all crumbles on the ground unless it's frozen
Looks good to me, and it looks pretty stable. I don't think it is any more likely to crumble all over than one of those ice cream bars you can buy with the chocolate dip and rolled in nuts. You have to be a bit careful, but totally doable. Far less messy than eating a hard shell taco.

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