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James Hook and Co: Giant Fresh Lobster Rolls

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on August 4, 2014

James Hook and Co.

15 Northern Ave, Boston, MA

On the edge of downtown, Boston near the harbour front is a small little trailer…

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Boffo’s: Peameal and Meatball Fix

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on March 19, 2013

Boffo’s

334 Kerr St, Oakville, ON L6K 3B5

Looking for a peameal bacon fix, we walked to Boffo’s in Kerr Village. I love Italian delis. I…

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Crepe Kitchen: Get the Croque Madame

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on December 21, 2012

The Crepe Kitchen

88 Dunn Street, Downtown Oakville, Ontario

The best thing on the menu at The Crepe Kitchen is not the crepes, it’s…

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Bellaggio Cafe: Mother’s Day Lunch

Bellaggio Cafe

Vancouver Convention Centre

26-1055 Canada Place, Vancouver

Skipping the crazy crowds at dim sum and the overpriced Mother’s Day hotel restaurant buffets, mom…

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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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Re-up BBQ Cart, the sequel: Beef Brisket sandwiches and Southern Sweet Tea

on May 19, 2011

Re-up BBQ Cart 2

800 Robson Street at Howe

Vancouver, Canada

If you’re a fan of Re-up the award-winning pulled pork barbecue food cart,…

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La Brasserie Street Food Cart: The Sun is out in Vancouver and so are the Food Carts!

on April 11, 2011

La Brasserie Street

Corner of Georgia and Granville, Vancouver

From the folks at La Brasserie who brought us scrumptious suckling pig…

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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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