CDN FOOD MOVEMENT

Welcome to the CDN Food Movement! Where you can find all kinds of great Canadian restaurants to eat, new recipes to try at home and we have our guy food connoisseur Johnny Red brining you clips and reviews of his favorite home town spots.

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The Coast, Halifax’s Weekly and Hop City Brewing Co. Presents:

4th Annual Halifax ‘Burger Week’

http://burgerweek.co/

BURGER WEEK 2016 IS COMING — March 18-24, 2016
Over 75 restaurants!

Brought to you by:
The Coast, Halifax’s Weekly and Hop City Brewing Co.

Find burgers & contests & more at http://burgerweek.co/

Hop aboard the TASTE HALIFAX BURGER BUS and get a preview of the Burger Week Menu + Beer pairings before anyone else! Tickets on sale now! at http://www.tickethalifax.com/events/31404796/taste-halifax-burger-bus – get-em while they’re hot and greasy!

The #MINIBurger will be driving around #HRM all month! Spot the car, snap a photo, tag it with #MINIBurger and #BurgerValet to win a free pick up and drop off from your friendly neighbourhood Coastie!

Check out Fresh Prints Custom Apparel Halifax for Official #HfxBurgerWeek limited edition t-shirts!

Listen and Watch on Q104 FM and Global Halifax for more information!

#HfxBurgerWeek

 

Arribarest Restaurant – Toronto

http://arribarestauranttoronto.com/

 

Unusual-Restaurants-in-Toronto—Arriba

From its magnificent position high up in the Rogers Centre, Arriba combines dynamic dinning with an incredible vantage into the stadium. From here, you can dine well while enjoying a Blue Jays baseball game. A “window on the game” meal here is served with a side of baseball snippets by enthusiastic wait staff.

 Boogie’s Burgers – Calgary

http://boogiesburgers.

‘You Gotta Eat Here Canada’

http://www.foodnetwork.ca/shows/you-gotta-eat-here/videoplayer/?v=64744515970/

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Boogie’s is a long time favorite of Calagary locals – so much that the restaurant was featurind in the “Fans Request” episode of ‘You Gotta East Here Canada’. Kids will be amazed at Boogie’s huge and unique burgers. Some menu selection, like Doug’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper” Burger, arrive at the table complete with four beef patties, four hot dogs, a fried egg, and a pogo stick topper, its big enough to feed the whole family. And be sure to enjoy a “Fat Elvis” bacon milkshake while introducing the kids to the games of your youth on one of Boogie’s vintage video game collection.

The Poutine Tornado (Recipe)

Created by Josh Elkin – Epic Meal Time

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Here’s what you need:

  • A Deep Fryer
  • A Metal Spoon
  • 1 large russet potato
  • 1 cup of Quebec cheese curds
  • 1 cup of brown gravy of your choice
  • Deep frying oil

Step 1:
Slice the top and bottom end of the potato. Make sure it’s as even as possible so the potato can stand upright on its own.

Step 2:
Start to scoop out a hole in the center of the smaller end of the potato. Continue to dig with the spoon in a circular motion until you are about 1/2 an inch from the other end of the potato (the bottom)

Step 3:
Using a paring knife, trace a spiral on the outside of the potato. Cut out the spiral exposing the flesh of the potato. At this point you can see the shape of the tornado coming together.

Step 4:
Cut through the potato on two sides of the spiral. You want to cut into the hole you made earlier making sure not to cut too far on either side of the spiral in order to avoid the whole thing collapsing.

Step 5:
Heat your cooking oil to 300 degrees F. Fry the potato for about 4 minutes. Take it out and increase the heat to 400 degrees F. Fry the potato again for 3 minutes.

Step 6:
Fill the hole of the Potato with the cheese curds, then with the gravy until it all starts pouring out the sides of the tornado.

Step 7
Indulge.

Irish People Taste Test Canadian Foods and try poutine, coffee crisp, ketchup chips & more for the first time!

CDN Movement check out this great video from Fact Canada! Wonder what Canadians think of Irish Food?

 

 

 

 

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