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Sheila's alma mater is doing food education right with Bistro 67, a teaching restaurant that is putting food from the field first and foremost. 

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We apologize for our long absence - things are finally starting to settle down for us, so hopefully we'll be able to go back to at least a monthly show schedule.

Also, the quality of this show isn't the best, but we figured if we ended up re-recording it (again), we would never get back into the saddle.  
This episode features a very big shout out to our local, Buster Rhino's.  We cover the Drunken Milkshake BBQ, Tap Take Overs for 2013 and the regular menu.  This has been too long in coming!
We also talk about our third annual visit to the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo in Toronto.  That trip was bigger and better than ever, and we look forward to next November to see what will be next.  Hopefully, the brewery from Niagara College will be back - Darryl, you need to get in contact with these folks.  ;)
Lastly, we finally made it out to Guu Izakaya and had a fantastic time with our dear friend, Jayne.  She even pipes in about delicious octopus balls!  A grand time was had by all.
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Ep 91 - Bagels!

07May12
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This week's episode is a review of The Devil's Picnic by Montreal author Taras Gresco... an exploration of forbidden foods in various cultures.

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Stuttering John's now has a food cart in front of the restaurant for quick BBQ fixes - be sure to try the pulled pork topped hotdogs!  Also, we discuss the newly available on Netflix TED Talks: Chew on This series...and becoming 5 day vegetarians!

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This week we talk about more chocolate - the chocolate bars unique to and in common between the UK, USA and Canada.  Then, we have a review for Big Boy Burgers in Whitby.  Enjoy!

Big Boy Burgers - http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/10/1655148/restaurant/Toronto/Big-Boys-Burgers-whitby-Whitby

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The FTP server is working again, w00t!
In this week's episode, we review the book Candyfreak by Steve Almond and eat a bunch of chocolate.  Enjoy!
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Thanks to the Tdot for showing a couple of Fat Chicks a good time!

Sandwiches from Brown Brothers Meats, St. Lawrence Market (Toronto ON)

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This week's episode is a book review of Anthony Bourdain's Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook.  Check it out!

Medium Raw on HarperCollins (Canada) - http://www.harpercollins.ca/books/Medium-Raw-Anthony-Bourdain/

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Trinity Irish Pub's first annual Burns Dinner was a complete success!  Join us for a run down of the fair Scotches and Scottish fare that we enjoyed on January 24, 2012.

Scotch nosing sampler

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