We don't have many Greek restaurants in Mississauga, but the ones we do have are absolutely delicious. I don't know about you, but when I'm hungry there is nothing better than Greek food due to the portions and selection.
With the summer slowly winding down in Mississauga, you may think you’ve seen all there is to see for a day trip.
Life is much better with a pile of fluffy, pancakes doused in butter and drizzled in syrup in the morning or any time of day for that matter.
Once considered a bizarre and unorthodox dish, the chicken and waffles combo has absolutely exploded in popularity and for good reason -- it's delicious.
Jerk chicken is one of the most flavourful poultry dishes and Mississauga has a plethora of restaurants to choose from. I love how unique each of these places are -- from having an autographed picture of a 90s Soca artist behind the counter
Mississauga is becoming a great home for good pizza.
Summer is a great time to go camping, and while there are plenty of scenic areas in Mississauga to enjoy the outdoors, an authentic camping experience is not so far out of reach. 
When I was young and in possession of a weak, pathetic and inept palate, I hated the succulent and splendid delicacy that is eggs benedict.
Romance should be in the air all year around! So to celebrate your love, plan a getaway for just you and your bae.
These are some samosa places in Mississauga where they are not just the side dish at an Indian restaurant, but the main event. Samosas are good for so many occasions. They are a great party food, a great snack for lunch meetings and, to be honest, can be the cheapest lunch you can ever buy and be completely stuffed for $1.