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    Misc. Food Thread

    We are vacationing in Canada, and I was trying to explain Poutine to my wife. She doesn't get it, and won't try it. Then we found these. I couldn't quite pull the trigger to spend 3 Loonies to try them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrenrut View Post
    We are vacationing in Canada, and I was trying to explain Poutine to my wife. She doesn't get it, and won't try it. Then we found these. I couldn't quite pull the trigger to spend 3 Loonies to try them.

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    I lived in Québec for my 2 year sabbatical. My first companion made poutine. Following my parents advice/commandment to try everything I dutifully ate the meal. I haven't had poutine since. Unfortunately for me, Jay from Modern Family, wasn't around.
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    When open The Annex in Salt Lake has delicious poutine


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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard Ute View Post
    When open The Annex in Salt Lake has delicious poutine


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    I love Epics beers, but have never been to the annex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    I love Epics beers, but have never been to the annex.

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    It's currently closed. Apparently the chef quit and took some of the staff so they're starting over.

    I really was enjoying this last chefs food, it'll be interesting to see what they do. They've not gone the brew pub trend instead having much higher end food, not sure if they'll keep that or not.


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    Anyone here tried Blue Apron?
    Experiences?

    The recipes look a little complex, and neither of like to cook much....
    So it looks a little daunting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Anyone here tried Blue Apron?
    Experiences?

    The recipes look a little complex, and neither of like to cook much....
    So it looks a little daunting...
    If you like bland food, blue apron is for you.

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