Seal seems to be one of the few wild and undomesticated foods that can be served in Canadian restaurants; as in the US, there are government regs for meat harvesting that dictate that most meat must come from farms, but seal is an exception.
I frequently find that going out for brunch or lunch on weekends is not worth the bother (I can make eggs at home in one-twentieth of the time I’d probably spend waiting in line). Autre Monde makes early dining well worth the effort.
Based on a plea for help posted here a few weeks ago, Oak Parker Jeff Sobczynski reached out to lend a helping hand to fellow local brewer Roger Lupei, who had vowed to stop making beer unless he could start making beer he could be proud to drink.
Whenever I travel, I seem to inevitably draw comparisons between our village and the places I visit. Recently, I was sorry to be out of town during our Winterfest, though I was very happy to be in Quebec for their Winter Carnival.
At Yum Thai, we’ve eaten from both the American and Thai menus, but if you’re interested in food that is probably a little closer to downhome Siamese cooking, the “secret” Thai menu is the one you want.
Cheryl’s started in a small storefront in Columbus, Ohio, by Cheryl Krueger and her college roommate. Cheryl’s is now part of the 1-800 Flowers Family of Brands, which includes Fannie May and The Popcorn Factory. Score one more franchise for the village.