Category Archives: Food and drink

The Breadalbane Inn’s Haggis


Drove my wife, Pat up to Fergus February 7, 2009, on an errand and decided to finally try the haggis at the Breadalbane Inn, From their menu: “haggis ~ a traditional Scottish dish. made with the following ingredients: sheep’s ‘pluck’ … Continue reading

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Fish and Chips in Kitchener Waterloo – personal choices.


Let me start by saying I like fish and chips. I have fond memories of going to a true “chipper” in Toronto and getting an order of fish and chips wrapped in newspaper to take into the Saturday matinee. You … Continue reading

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New dim sum place


A new Chinese Restaurant has just had its grand opening, Delightful Cantonese Cuisine (869 Victoria St. Kitchener, ON N2B 3C3).  I’ve already been twice for lunch.  The first time I had something from its lunch specials menu: fried tofu and … Continue reading

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When salt is BAD!


In Today’s Globe & Mail (19/10/2006) there is a major article titled:  Exactly how bad is salt by Unnati Gandi.  It starts, “The Centre for Science in the Public Interest, one of the not-for-profit movers and shakers in the growing … Continue reading

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Indian Restaurants in Waterloo Region


I tasted my first curry in 1963, my first year at U of T. I was on a date and we were looking for some where to eat before taking in a movie.  We passed by a just opened India … Continue reading

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Where have all the Canadian berries gone?


I just received the regular weekend grocery store ads, and they are full of berry specials. That’s great, because I am extremely fond of fresh berries in season.  Pat and I have already had cherries from Niagara, local blueberries, local … Continue reading

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Dim Sum in Kitchener/Waterloo


Wikipedia says “Dim Sum is a Cantonese term, literally translated as dot heart or order heart, meaning order to one’s heart’s content. It is also translated as touch the heart, dotted heart, or snack; or it may be derived from … Continue reading

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