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Your Comments: The Best Beef, Another Great Anna Olson Recipe and More


Posted by : foodnetworkcanada, Sat, Jul 05 2008

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Check out this week's round-up of some of the great comments on the foodtv.ca blogs from the past week: 

 Question of the Week: Canadian vs. American Cuisine?
Joan Skinner: "The difference is we don't have to season the daylights out of our beef steaks before we put them on the grill. Our beef is the best, and I miss a good tasting steak when we head to the USA. Also, although I usually make my own pastry for my butter tarts, when in a hurry, do purchase pre-made frozen pastry tarts, however, can't find them in the USA. What a shame." read all comments.

July Cooking Club Challenge: Anna Olson's Field Berry Parcels
Sarah: "Yay! I may actually be able to participate in this one! So many Food Network chef recipes have too many bits and bobs in them that either I or my family can't eat, but this will be a winner even with a weight watching mom and a diabetic stepdad! Thanks!" read all comments.

TASTING LAB: Are Hot Dogs Just for Kids? [from Bazaar]
Glen: "A relative of mine once worked in a meat packing establishment. He told me that he would not eat wieners, bologna or similar meat products." r ead all comments.

Wacky Dining Experiences
Vivian: "As cool as the idea may seen, I don't think I have the guts to do Dinner in the Sky. The thought of being nauseated up there, never mind stressing over dropping a fork or a shoe *gasp* The toilet idea, never, it's disgusting.  The coffin theme restaurants, just disrespectful but that's just my opinion." read all comments.

Elegant and Eco-Friendly Disposable Bamboo Plates [from Bazaar]
Dick Black: "What is the purpose of a bamboo disposable plate? Made with a sustainable resource, yes. Environmentally friendly? Sort of..." read all comments and the rest of this comment.

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Posted: Sat, Jul 05 2008 by foodnetworkcanada
Filed under: Community, anna olson

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