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Old Posted Sep 23, 2017, 4:02 AM
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Went back to Soul Azteka at the end of my street tonight. Waitress was breastfeeding while taking out order. I love Mexican places.

Anyhow... torta loca:

Note to self: "The plural of anecdote is not evidence."
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Old Posted Sep 24, 2017, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Prairiedawg View Post
'Canada's Hottest New Food City Is Where You'd Least Expect It'

An interesting article showcasing Saskatoon’s fine dining culture in Food and Wine magazine, featuring the city to as many as two million readers.


Former runway model Christie Peters and co-chef Kyle Michael cooked in renowned kitchens like Coi in San Francisco and De Kas in Amsterdam before returning back to Saskatoon.

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Chef Dale MacKay previously training with Gordon Ramsay in London, serving as Daniel Boulud’s executive chef and becoming Top Chef Canada’s inaugural winner.

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interesting write-up by Food & Wine magazine,

I've only tried a few of the places listed in that linked article, Drift Café & Vista Lounge is my favorite, I usually go to 2nd Ave Grill or Congress or...Taverna Italian, the one Oprah chose last time she was in Saskatoon,
but I might try the Ayden restaurant that Chef Dale Mackay operates when I come to Saskatoon in a couple weeks for http://www.phantogram.com/ concert.
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Old Posted Sep 29, 2017, 12:56 AM
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In addition to the the FoodandWine magazine showcasing Saskatoon's culinary offerings this last week,
Cosmopolitan Magazine also had a spread on the city's Lucky Bastard Distillery's Pumpkin Spice Vodka this week.


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Old Posted Oct 7, 2017, 4:31 PM
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I just found out that the Blue Moon in St Petersburg, just outside Kitchener, is closing as a restaurant after 169 years. The original inn/tavern opened in 1848. It was my favourite place in the Region for rolled ribs, among other schmecky delights. I am sad, but my arteries are pleased!
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