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So you've been invited to a pot luck. You're a horrible cook (or you think you are!) and you have no idea what to bring.
Spend about $40 on some really, really simple groceries and you'll completely wow everyone with a slow cooker dish made with salsa, chicken, spices and... peanut butter.
I believe we need to have a burger competition in Halifax.
The plan: We get multiples of 4 people to visit some awesome burger places
Each group of 4 orders a burger, splits it and the side 4 ways, and we go on to the next place. Judging criteria etc to be decided, time and date to be decided.
Post comments if you think this is an awesome idea.
I'm going to guess that you've never heard of Sully's in the north end of Halifax. If you like real Montreal smoked meat, oven baked subs, and other such taste temptations, you need to check it out.
Ever taken a detour to somewhere new and unusual, just because you wanted to see what was cooking, so to speak?
You can find some well hidden gems in Halifax with a little bit of effort. I got lucky this week with a visit to Cheachie's in Bayer's Lake.
How could anyone improve upon the awesomeness that is a Kit Kat bar? Someone has tried, and while their heart was in the right place, they could have done better.
Now, don't get me wrong - Mint Kit Kats are still pretty awesome. No complaining here, they are exactly what they say they are, and they're tasty.