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Lobster at Paturel’s Shore House

Shediac is the lobster capital of Canada, so I just had to know where was the best place to go! After some thorough research, we drove to Paturel’s Shore House. I wanted my lobster fresh and dipped in butter. The waitress highly recommended it served cold instead of hot. I took her suggestion. Cold lobster…

Seafood @ Coywolf

I’m currently in Sackville for SappyFest and even though the town is tiny, there’s still some cool places to eat I didn’t manage to try last year. Last night, I hit up Coywolf Bistro & Oyster bar with my friend. Oysters were a must (after all it is an oyster bar). They were $2.50 each…

Bandit Brewery

I went to Bandit Brewery recently for a flight of beers and some snacks. The place has a raccoon theme so all their glasses have faces and you can even buy fun posters of the beer labels in their Bottle Shop. I had a flight of four beers: I had the Citra, Hoppelganger, Mr. Pink…

Chefs Plate: Cajun Tilapia

Tonight’s Chef’s Plate meal was a Cajun Tilapia served with quinoa, kale, tomatoes and corn. It was easy to make and had a lot of seasonal ingredients. Everything tasted as colourful as it looked. This was such a perfect summer dish. If you want to try out Chefs plate use my code: #3platesFromtianafeng for 3 free…

Chefs Plate: Indian-Style Saag

This week I have two more meals from Chefs Plate. Tonight I made an Indian-style Saag. It was the first time doing something vegetarian from the boxes and I was afraid that it might not be enough food for us hungry pigs. Anyways, the meal was relatively easy and I was cooked it in around…

Ajuker Chicken

A lot of Korean restaurants look the same near Christie but Ajuker Chicken, specializes in chicken dishes, especially fried. However, I had a lot of fried food for lunch so I wanted to try their healing ginseng chicken soup. The broth was relatively thin, but flavourful and comforting. The bird was stuff with rice, ginseng,…

What I ate at River & Sky #tianaeatsfestivals

River & Sky had a few vendors to keep us alive all weekend. The first place I visted was a vegetarian taco place called Tucos. I ordered a “phish” taco which was beer battered avocado, cabbage, cilantro and crema. They also had this healthy juice made from orange, carrot, melon, pineapple, rhubarb, lemon, ginger and…

Poke Wrap

I love Poke, so I’m definitely down to try new places. Poke Wrap is more known for their Sushi Burritos, but I find the concept of those a little weird. Isn’t it just a sushi roll that is uncut? The good thing is here you can have all the ingredients in a burrito or a…

Burgers @ Les Trois Garçons

During my Sunday in Quebec City, I stopped by a local burgery (is that a word?) named Les Trois Garçons for lunch. I ordered a burger called Les Charlevoix with double AAA ground beef paties, 1608 and Hercule cheese from Charlevoix, fried and carmelized onions, artisanal bacon and a bourbon BBQ sauce which was so tasty. This burger…

What I Ate At Festival d’été

Tiana and her popcorn shrimp!… . . . . #livemusic #musicphotography #concertphotography #livemusicphotography #igerstoronto #gigphotography #musicphotographer #bestmusicshots #bandphotography #showphotography #bestmusic #pals #canada #livemusic #live #canada #quebec #music A post shared by Matt Williams (@koy.ote) on Jul 10, 2017 at 9:38am PDT I was in Quebec for two days to attend Festival d’été. I explored food…