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ACADIAN FOOD: A pie and a pie

In Eating / Food, Maritimes On September 25, 2006 5 Comments

I have a family in New Brunswick I had not seen in several years. They adopted me when I first worked there, taking me sailing, cross-country skiing and… Read More »

MONCTON: J’adore les crêpes

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On September 22, 2006 0 Comments

My favourite lunch place in Moncton is in a cute converted house. I was excited to see Cafe Archibald has expanded its patio and enclosed it to muffle… Read More »

RED EYE: Drink of champions

In Eating / Food, Maritimes On September 19, 2006 1 Comment

You either love or hate this drink. Beer with Clamato juice. I’ve heard it called a red eye but mostly just “beer with Clam.” I think it’s a… Read More »

FREDERICTON: Samosa madness

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Sights On September 17, 2006 2 Comments

The Fredericton Farmers’ Market is a big social event every Saturday. It gets quite crowded with people stopping to chat, catch up with each other and admire the… Read More »

NEW BRUNSWICK: Potato world

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Sights, The Strange On September 15, 2006 0 Comments

You may have heard of McCain Foods. It makes one-third of the world’s frozen French fries, employs 20,000 people and has 55 production plants in 12 countries. The… Read More »

FREDERICTON: Lebanese lunch

In Eating / Food, Maritimes On September 14, 2006 0 Comments

Drive too fast and you’ll miss Cedar Lunch. It looks like a small corner store but this family-run lunch counter serves huge scrumptious chicken pitas wrapped with fluorescent… Read More »

BATHURST: The yummy yum

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On September 12, 2006 0 Comments

Five years ago, I moved from bustling Bathurst Street in Toronto (population 4.5 million) to Bathurst, New Brunswick (population 12,000) for work. Most people thought I was nuts… Read More »

LOBSTER: Finger lickin’ good

In Eating / Food, Maritimes On September 11, 2006 0 Comments

This is a New Brunswick lobster. It’s huge and meaty and damn good. My favourites ones come straight from the fish shop to a nice picnic outside where… Read More »