A Canadian Dinner

Zak’s description of brunch was fairly accurate. There were many more examples of ravenous individuals than he listed. (Like the woman who grabbed a baguette out of a display, broke it in half, and piled it on her already heaping plate. Or the woman who filled two coffee mugs from her table with syrup from […]

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Canadian Easter

Let me preface this post with an acknowledgment that we’ve only been in Canada for a day and only seen a very few people and places. With that disclaimer out of the way I’d like to coin a new phase: “like a Canadian at a buffet”. The meaning is analogous to “like a pack of […]

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