Did your tuna tip, minus the kosher salt which I cannot get here, and had to wing it with the "balsamic glaze" as have no idea what that is. Anyhow, was great, and the sesame seeds were a MAJOR hit. Am never making fresh tuna without them again! Even roasted them myself before adding them. YUM!
anyone tried any of the recipes, feedback would be appreciated, any suggestions for improving
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I have the recipe for Veggie Tacos but now I need the kind veggie burritos recipe!
Thank you very much!
Should be a recipe in there waiting for you.
Betty Crocker I ain't, and there's no way I'm posting it for all to see and suffering the richly deserved round of abuse that no doubt would ensue, but it should get you closer to dinner.
Does anyone have a tasty recipe for Kind Veggie Burritos? I want to make them tonight but I don't have a recipe to follow.
Is still there and as popular as ever. But Ben's over on de Maisonneuve has closed, due to labor strife. St. Laurent Blvd has become so hip and chi-chi, don't you know!
is Schwartz's still there? mmmmmm. meat.
Don't get me started! Montreal truly is an amazing place for food. Even Steve Shaw, one of the NY Times food editor's agrees! He raved about Montreal's food in a NY Times article a few years ago, and on his website. Sadly his site no longer exists, but I did save page captures.
Never mind. What with a Romanian-Jewish culinary tradition, mixed in with Greek restaurant ownership for the last 40 years (the Greeks have an excellent culinary history BTW), plus good ol' Gallic love of food - what's not to love?
But never mind the high-end restaurants (of which Montreal has legion), I'm really raving about the "casse-croutes", snack-bars, steamed hot-dog joints, Greek souvlaki joints, (both of which are ubiquitous), Montreal style steak subs (to die for), and Montreal pizzas - you have a plethora of cheap, but good eats all over town.
I'm getting hungry for a Dilallo's Hamburger, right now! ;-)