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Tag Archives: meat
Last week I attended a cooking class at the Dirty Apron cooking school. The name of the class was Meat Eaters Unite. It was not vegetarian friendly. Above is a photo of the lamb chops I cooked. Start on the … Continue reading
As you hopefully remember, it was Mother’s Day on the weekend just gone. To be precise, it was on Sunday. I had made reservations at one of our favourite local eateries (not A&W this time!) but, seeing as the weather … Continue reading
The kids and I saw a video on the Facebook about making what we called Meat and Potato Pie and we decided to give it a try ourselves – with what we had on hand, in the kitchen. We started … Continue reading
Cabin Cooking – pictures are worth a 1000 words right? Well here are a few thousand words!! Let me just say, thus steak from Meatcraft Urban Butchery was awesome. And the veggies from the Desert Hills Ranch in Ashcroft…wonderfully fresh … Continue reading
The barbecue scene in Vancouver has certainly improved over the last few years; there is the Hogshack out in Steveston, Dixies on Hastings Street, Peckinpah in Gastown, and of course a number of locations of Memphis Blues Barbecue House. Last … Continue reading
An awesome meat spectacle at Meat Craft Urban Butchery’s grand opening event today. This is what you call fresh pulled pork. Dressed up with a handful of coleslaw and a House of Q barbecue sauce with extra bourbon and pig … Continue reading
I have written a couple blog posts now about the Meat Craft Urban Butchery located in Port Moody. And, although they have been open for business for a couple of weeks now, they are going to have a grand opening celebration on … Continue reading
Before heading out of town for a weekend at my cabin I visited the folks at Port Moody’s Meat Craft Urban Butchery to get some meat to take along. I bought four slices of Gammon bacon and a monstrous … Continue reading
Just in time for the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, Port Moody’s Meat Craft Urban Butchery has opened for business! Opening for today was no small feat; there were many late nights of construction and preparation in order to be ready. But after … Continue reading