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Dragon Pearl Buffet, Toronto

In Kid-Friendly, Restaurants, Toronto On April 16, 2016 0 Comments

I haven’t been to a good buffet for a really long time. Yes, there are good ones and bad ones which can’t be judged by quantity alone. A… Read More »

CALGARY: Lunch at Rush

In Calgary, Eating / Food, Restaurants On September 17, 2010 0 Comments

If I had an expense account and “business meetings,” I would eat lunch at Rush every day. Lobster bisque and lobster claw sandwich would be a part of… Read More »

CALGARY: Lobsters and festivals

In Calgary, Misc. On July 16, 2010 14 Comments

I’ve been carefully watching for this year’s Lobsterfest, an annual fundraiser hosted by the Stampede City Kinsmen, after such a great time last year. (I ate three lobsters.)… Read More »

VANCOUVER: Chinese wedding banquet

In Eating / Food, Restaurants, Vancouver On January 18, 2010 15 Comments

This should be the last of the wedding-related posts, I swear! We’ve had a lot of friends ask about what we ate during our Chinese wedding banquet at… Read More »

CHARLOTTETOWN: Fishbones

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On September 12, 2009 1 Comment

If you’ve been following this blog for the last few years, then you know Jason and I celebrated our engagement at Denny’s, brought our families together over alligator,… Read More »

The McLobster

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, The Strange On August 21, 2008 6 Comments

OK, OK, we finally tried it. We saw a big sign under the golden arches and couldn’t resist. The McLobster is McDonald’s take on the venerable lobster roll,… Read More »

SAN FRANCISCO: 159 grand years

In Eating / Food, Restaurants, San Francisco On July 12, 2008 5 Comments

I want to marry Tadich Grill — if, you know, humanoid-restaurant unions were socially accepted, and legally recognized. The restaurant has been around for 159 years — in… Read More »

LUNENBURG: Postcard perfect brunch

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants, Sights On October 27, 2007 0 Comments

Growing up, whenever someone mentioned the Maritimes, I pictured in my head colourful wooden buildings along a coastline. I’m sure that was because of postcards I had seen… Read More »