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Oxtail soup at The California in Vegas

In Eating / Food, Las Vegas, Restaurants On October 26, 2015 1 Comment

Most people go to Las Vegas to party and gamble. Neither of those interest me and so of course, I researched what we could eat that you can… Read More »

Taco truck in Las Vegas

In Eating / Food, Las Vegas, UNITED STATES On October 4, 2015 0 Comments

I get excited at tacos. I get excited at taco trucks. Walking through a pretty sketchy part of old Las Vegas, I got excited because I spotted a… Read More »

Bouchon Bakery, Las Vegas

In Eating / Food, Las Vegas, Restaurants On September 21, 2015 0 Comments

From my very unscientific survey, it seems a simple cup of coffee goes for about $5 on the Vegas strip, the same price charged for a pedestrian bagel… Read More »

CALGARY: Organics Delivered

In Calgary, Chicago, Ottawa, Toronto On December 6, 2010 19 Comments

UPDATE – March 2011: Organics Delivered has gone out of business. From a message on their website, customers seeking refunds are being asked to pursue their money via… Read More »

Monster pho and stuff

In Calgary, Eating / Food, Misc., San Francisco On August 20, 2009 6 Comments

Jason forwarded me an email about the Pho Garden Challenge. Unfortunately, it’s in San Francisco. But you can bet it’s on my list of things to do next… Read More »

SAN FRANCISCO: I left my heart in Chipotle

In Eating / Food, Restaurants, San Francisco On July 20, 2008 0 Comments

Chipotle is an American fast-food chain (stay with me here) that serves fresh Mexican tacos and burritos. Started in 1993, it’s modeled after the taquerias of San Francisco…. Read More »


In Eating / Food, Restaurants, San Francisco On July 15, 2008 0 Comments

By our last night in San Francisco, we couldn’t bear the thought of eating more seafood, or really anything else. We were in one of those funks where… Read More »

SAN FRANCISCO: Market hopping

In Eating / Food, San Francisco, Sights On July 14, 2008 0 Comments

This is a bombolini, an Italian doughnut filled with Nutella, and how Jason started his Saturday morning at the Ferry Building. The ferry terminal, which opened in 1898,… Read More »