#ourstory#meettheowners#dreamteam#husbanandwife After Executive Chef Angel relocated from Havana, Cuba both he and his wife Michelle decided they wanted to create something unique unlike any other Cuban cuisine location found around the GTA. An urban place with Cuba’s warm & rustic appeal, a place where everyone feels at home and concentrates on serving authentic Cuban dishes and desserts. Breakdown the misconceptions of what everyone seems to think “is” Cuban food and serve “the real deal”… And El Habanero was born.
With Michelle behind the scenes heading all business relations, media & design and Chef Angel cooking up a storm their company quickly gained momentum and word spread all over the GTA. The expansion of CHURROBAR came soon after giving customers just one more reason to love them!
CHURROBAR is not only a part of their new location but a mobile Churro dessert bar unlike any in the city. The first customizable dessert bar that sets up inside an event making it so much easier for guests to enjoy this fun treat! CHURROBAR has been seen popping up at various festivals, weddings, birthday parties and corporate events and has been the exclusive churro vendor for The Kidapalooza Family Festival the past 2 years in a row. They are also the preferred vendor of Reptilia, AfroLatino Dance Company, Triple3 Baked,
Showtime Productions and Sight just to name a few!
With such an overwhelming response to their products Chef Angel and Michelle realized it was time to open a brick & mortar and EL HABANERO & CHURROBAR is NOW OPEN at 4915 Steeles Ave. East Unit 8, Toronto.
#Lord#Siva’s Lila of #Begging
The Rishis of Darukavana thought that there was no use in loving and adoring Lord Siva and they could attain Moksha through the performance of sacrifices. They left off worship of the Lord and did sacrifices vigorously.
Then Lord Siva said to Lord Hari: “Assume the form of Mohini and enter the abode of all Rishis in Daruka forest. They have no regard for Me now. They are treading the wrong path now. We should teach them a severe lesson. Excite their passion and delude them. Destroy their Vratas.” He also put on the form of a mendicant-beggar.
Thereupon, Lord Hari assumed the form of Mohini and entered the dwelling places of the Rishis in Darukavana. All the Rishis lost their power of understanding and discrimination and followed Mohini under strong excitement of passion.
Lord Siva entered the Parnakutirs of the wives of the Rishis, sang the Srutis and hymns beautifully and roamed about as a mendicant-beggar. The wives of Rishis became excited and followed Lord Siva. They entreated Him in a variety of ways to satisfy them. Lord Siva multiplied Himself and appeared in the mind of each woman. All the wives of the Rishis enjoyed heartily. They all brought forth in the morning eighteen thousand Rishis with matted locks, Danda and Kamandalu. They all prayed to Lord Siva. Lord Siva blessed them to do Tapas in the forest. The Rishis acted accordingly.
The Rishis witnessed the condition of their wives and said: “We were deluded by the enchanting Mohini. The mendicant-beggar spoiled the chastity of our wives. Lo! how powerful is lust! Mysterious is Maya!”