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Friday, 25 June 2010



Looks fantastic. I grew up in TO, miss it terribly, it has such an awesome food scene now. I will definitely keep this place in mind for the next time I'm there!


wow, i've never heard of even half of those ingredients. i didn't know british food could be so complex...the only things that ever come to mind to me are fish & chips or bangers & mash. great post!

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Carolyn, Toronto is amazing! I would really like to go back there and spend more time - we barely scratched the surface! And the Queen and Beaver was a lot of fun.

Boots in the Oven

Krista, me too! And I love fish and chips & bangers and mash, so it was fun to familiarize ourselves with other aspects of Britfood.

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