Sandwiches

You know that saying, if you love something, let it go. If it comes back, it’s yours. If it doesn’t, it was never meant to be. Does this ring true to you? It does to me… but about a sandwich. About 10 years ago, there was this small little lunch counter/wine bar in Little burgundy […]

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Remember that time you were hanging out in the school yard minding your own business playing basketball with some friends? Then a bunch of bullies who were obviously out to cause trouble, showed up and you somehow got into a fight? Then your mother was visibly upset at the fact and sent you way across […]

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The first review of the year is going to be different and will set the tone of the blog for the new year. With the growing number of restaurants in Montreal, there are bound to be the odd few who will not meet expectations, who will disappoint, drop the ball, be below par, and all […]

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You know what’s totally underrated? Tea. Not the ambiguous white pouch of Orange Pekoe that’s haphazardly thrown on the side of a one-cup metal teapot that probably hasn’t been washed since the day it was bought; but proper English tea. Don’t get me wrong, I’m no expect in the fine intricacies of afternoon high tea, […]

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Day or night, summer in the Old Port and Old Montreal is filled with tourists, wedding photo sessions, sun burnt people on duck boats, and first dates. With so many different kinds of people roaming the streets, there are equally as many eateries and restaurants that meet all their gastronomic needs. From snack bars and […]

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I’m a realist. I like to keep things open, honest and true. I’m also a sandwich snob – sandwiches are so barebones and simple, that when you fuck it up, you can taste it right away. Many will say that all you have to do is slap some stuff in between some bread and it’s […]

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Top 5 Sandwich Recipes

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January 7, 2013

in Food

If there’s one thing I love most in the world is the sweet sweet sense of comradery when fellow Montreal motorists band together, hold the line and not let that one jerk cut in line in front of queuing cars at a highway exit. Ok, if there’s another thing I love most in the world […]

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