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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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Dorman’s Dairy Dream: Ice Cream Sundae Beacon in the Heat

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on August 13, 2014

Dorman’s Dairy Dream

189 New County Rd, Thomaston, Maine

Across the street from our hotel was a quint little ice cream shop called Dorman’s Dairy…

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Mike’s Pastry: Cannolis that dreams are made of

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on August 12, 2014

Mike’s Pastry

300 Hanover St, Boston, MA

While wandering around Boston, we kept seeing people carrying around boxes, big and small labeled “Mike’s Pastry.” We even…

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Toronto Underground Market: Oyster Po’ Baos and Lobster Corn Dogs

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on July 17, 2014

Toronto Underground Market

99 Sudbury, Toronto, ON

Every few months, the Toronto Underground Market pops up somewhere in the city. The Underground Market features new, up and coming…

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Stinky Tofu at Night it Up Market

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on July 16, 2014

Night It Up (July 11 to 13, 2014)

Markham Civic Centre

101 Town Centre Blvd., Markham, Ontario

Once a year, there’s a night market in Markham, Ontario…

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Ribfest Toronto: Juicy Ribs with Butter Beer

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on June 30, 2014

Ribfest Toronto June 27 to July 1, 2014

256 Centennial Park Road, Toronto, Canada
Ribfest Toronto is one of my favourite summer food festivals. Hosted…

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Fresh corn tacos at Chichen Itza

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on March 19, 2014

The first time I’ve had fresh corn tacos was at a restaurant at the Hacienda Chichen Resort, walking distance from Chichen Itza. We had stopped at…

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Churros in Valladolid

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on March 17, 2014

We found the tastiest churros from a street cart in a quaint little colonial town, Valladolid in Mexico. The town was home to early Spanish settlers in the 16th century…

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Fresh coconut water by the Mermaid Sculpture

If you love shopping like I do, you’ll love Playa Del Carmen’s famous 5th avenue shopping district in Mexico. The entire street is closed off from…

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Spam Musubi Overload

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on December 20, 2013

There’s a special place in my heart for spam. While I was an intern in the publishing industry, spam was the main ingredient in too many of my…

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