MamaCoop is on the hunt for the best Seafood sammie she can find around the big 'smoke. With the advent of street food there seems to be an abundance of more great eats to stuff my maw with. So I thought I'd go head to head with two Seafood sammies that I've had the good fortune to gobble up over the past couple of days.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Monday, May 28, 2012
It's 6:00 a.m. on a Sunday morning and my alarm just went off. I'm up and at it for my first Mushroom Foraging experience hosted by the Culinary Adventure Company and I keep reminding myself that once I get my eyelids pried open this is going to be fun. I'm instructed by Chef Scott Savoie to meet up with the group at a little nest of a park quietly tucked away on a cul de sac on the southside of Lawrence, just west of the Don Valley Parkway.
I was pleasantly surprised to show up and find an eager group of 25 people, ready and waiting to hit the trail.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
I have finally amassed all the feedback from my adventures in shortbread making and the results are all in. I had provided the volunteer taste testers with a list of short questions to try and help them decide which shortbread they liked the best. All in all I got 24 returned sheets with responses. I had separated their samples and numbered #1, #2 &; #3. The butters were: #1 - No Name Butter (from Walmart), #2 - Lactantia &; #3 was the Stirling. All butter was salted.
In the tasting notes/questionnaire I asked them to rank them in order of:
- Most Buttery Flavour
- Best Consistency/Density
- Best Overall Appearance
- General Favorite
So here are the results......(drum roll please!)