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Sept/Oct Issue of EAT Magazine Has Hit the Streets

by paulkamon 09.03.2009

Read the latest issue of EAT Magazine online, here.

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Summer Issue of EAT Magazine Has Hit the Streets

by paulkamon 06.29.2009

Read the latest issue of EAT Magazine online, here.

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May/June Issue of EAT Magazine Has Hit the Streets

by paulkamon 05.05.2009

The latest delicious issue of EAT Magazine has hit the streets. Click here to read it online.  Enjoy!

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Gill Visits Main Street Diners

by paulkamon 04.09.2009

(Photo by: Jackie Connelly) Framed through the lens of the struggling economy, the Globe and Mail’s Alexandra Gill goes value hunting on Main Street, visiting Deacon’s Corner and The Wallflower.  One comes up roses, the other does not. Click here to read the review.

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March/April Issue of EAT Magazine Has Hit the Streets

by paulkamon 03.03.2009

To read the lastest issue of EAT Magazine, click here.

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Roasting Cat Crap Nuggets

by Rick Green 03.03.2009

Aficionados get curious as a cat when they hear of something novel and rare. The more bizarre, the greater the buzz. Such is the case with Kopi Luwak, the über expensive Indonesian coffee that started its journey in the digestive tract of an Asian Palm Civet. So, is it the shit or is it just […]

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Ouch

by Keith Talent 02.04.2009

The National Post, Canada’s official party organ of assorted paramilitary groups, global warming deniers and The Fraser Institute offers up a summary of opinion from the New York media regarding Susar Lee’s new stateside venture Shang in New York City. ( The website seems a little light on content i.e. there is none outside an […]

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BC Brew Review: Old Cellar Dweller

by Rick Green 01.11.2009

Barley wine is not your run-of-the-mill beer. It’s challenging to make well. There is a lot more sugar the yeast has to chew through than a conventional beer. If the yeast is not sufficiently robust, it can stall from exhaustion before the beer is adequately fermented. That also represents a financial risk as a lot […]

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Urban Diner Book Club

by Keith Talent 01.03.2009

Best Food Writing 2008 (the ninth iteration) edited by Holly Hughes has recently hit the shelves. I suspect the addition of “best” in the title was a typographic error as it’s erroneous . The title frustrates from the opening paragraph in the introduction. “Food ought to be the simplest thing in the world. Since when […]

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New 2009 Issue Of EAT

by paulkamon 01.02.2009

EAT Magazine’s first issue of  2009 has hit the streets.  Read the issue online: click here

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Viva Las Vegas

by Keith Talent 01.01.2009

We just completed a couple nights in Las Vegas, most unpleasant place on earth. I previously thought that title was held by Disney, I was wrong. I’m not a gambler, so I admit the prime draw holds little appeal for me, but supposedly in the new Vegas, gambling is ancillary.

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The Chicago Tribune Predicts the Future

by Keith Talent 12.30.2008

The Chicago Tribune looks into a crystal ball and predicts how 2009 will go for restaurateurs. They predict slimmed down menus, more local produce, the slowing of organics, increased comfort foods, more signature dishes, city style restaurants outside the city core, more emphasis on carryout, more minimum purchases, more promotions and easy reservations. All things […]

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