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Food Adventures at CNE

Canadian National Exhibition

210 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto, ON

Maybe I’m getting old or becoming more of a food snob but most of the food I tried at CNE…

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Red’s Eats: Lobster Rolls Worth the Line up

Red’s Eats

41 Water St, Wiscasset, Maine

We spotted the lobster shack, Red’s Eats with the red and white striped awning while we were driving to Rockland,…

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Stoney’s Bread Company: Smoked Salmon to Write Home About

Stoney’s Bread Company

Oakville, 325 Kerr Street, Oakville, ON

I’ve heard endless stories about Stoney’s Bread Company. They were even featured on the Food…

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baoPDX: Melt-in-your-mouth Pork Belly Bao

baoPDX

SW 9th and Alder, Portland, OR 97205

The food cart pods in Portland are an anomaly that represents the gathering of innovative,…

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St. Lawrence Market: Peameal Bacon Sandwich Indulgence

St. Lawrence Market

95 Front Street East  Toronto, ON

St. Lawrence Market is an institution in downtown Toronto. Housed in a big wooden building that…

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Big Lou’s Butcher: For Serious Porchetta Cravings

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on May 1, 2012

Big Lou’s Butcher Shop

269 Powell Street, Railtown, Vancouver

I was craving Meat and Bread‘s famous porchetta sandwich but decided to give Big…

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The Sandwich Series: Moisture Barrier

on January 9, 2011

Bread’s biggest enemy: moisture. Nothing makes a sandwich more unappetizing than soggy bread. As opposed to Ross Geller’s ‘moist maker,’ Sheldon Cooper (above) prefers his sandwiches fresh and dry. Sheldon uses the cheese as a ‘moisture barrier’ between the bread and lettuce. I…

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The Sandwich Series: Shrimp salad melt bagel

Sandwiches are underrated. It’s incredible how much flavour, texture and punch can be packed between two slices of bread. Welcome to my Sandwich Series: a series of simple but creative sandwich recipes you can recreate on your own either to spice up a dull…

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