Saturday, March 23, 2013
WASHINGTON POST'S TORONTO DINING POST
Normally when I read the Washington Post, before I scan the news headlines, I look for the juicy high-brow stuff. The kind that comes from the pen of George F. Will or Charles Krauthammer, their right-wing leanings be darned.
One headline in Friday's Post, the website, was this; "Smart Mouth: Native American dining in Toronto."
I had to investigate further.
The piece was written by Boston-based writer Steve Jermanok; he writes a daily blog called www.activetravels.com
I say that because I am going to crib-quote a section from his WP story...
"Once a staple for Lewis and Clark, pemmican was the protein powder of yesteryear, dried bison crushed into a concentrate and mixed with cooked fat upon dining. [chef] Bear Robe’s version is far more appealing: tender strips of bison marinated in a mahogany sauce and topped with peas and Saskatoon berries (blueberries with a bit more tang), served atop pan-fried bread."
I am so there!
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