Monthly Archives: March 2013

Time-Lapse | Earth on Vimeo

Wooooooow. Time-Lapse | Earth on Vimeo on Vimeo via Time-Lapse | Earth on Vimeo.

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Kijani Grows: pairing computers with farming | Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy

Fanastic: http://www.foodfirst.org/en/node/4189

Posted in Food, In the Media, Technology

Data Mining: How Companies Know Your Personal Information – TIME

Um… I’ve worked for a rather gigantic mining company where I learned a lot… toooo much πŸ™ I learned, for example,Β  that the follow is policy-defined and not inherent, meaning that the data must be strictly protected, and not only

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Sticks | Aksam – sticks, crisps, nuts

Found these at Ella’s Deli on Queen Mary – simple, crispy, and savory – fantastic light snack – particularly the “Cheese and Onion” Sticks | Aksam – sticks, crisps, nuts.

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A Glimpse Inside a Facebook Server Farm – Photo Essays – TIME

I’ve seen some pretty big setups, but holy shit! A Glimpse Inside a Facebook Server Farm – Photo Essays – TIME.

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Uber – Toronto

I wish Uber did sandwiches – or Uni – or maybe epipens πŸ˜‰ Uber – Toronto.

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Not that I’d want to own it, but daaaaaaamn…

… maybe borrow? Chateau Vieux Montreal.

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Shrimp, Avocado, and Dumpling Soup

dumpling soup

Made a beautiful roast chicken on the weekend and then a fantastic stock. Once completed, I separated 2 cups, brought to boil, and added a dash of soy sauce and some Hawaiian salt. Finally, added dumplings and shrimp and cooked

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Protected: What were you during the hours of…???

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Why salt, sugar and fat are the pillars of the processed food industry | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio

Frankly, I stay away from packaged food, but with such an insidious problem being presented, it can be hard to escape: Why salt, sugar and fat are the pillars of the processed food industry | The Current with Anna Maria

Posted in Food, In the Media
  • Montreal vs Toronto April 26, 2017
    Food is definitely better for the price in non-capital cities in the UK and in France; however in France there is less cultural diversity. Some of the best South Asian food in the UK is in Birmingham... I spent a month in Lyon, doing graduate research, and managed to eat quite well, despite an obviously […]
  • Openings and Closings: January, February, March 2017 April 25, 2017
    Think he probably meant Cours Mont-Royal
  • Herdade Do Esporao Alentejo Portuguese Red Wine Vinegar April 24, 2017
    Thank you all !!!
  • Gluten free gourmet options in Rosemont April 22, 2017
    Hi. I am going out with two relatives who need good range of gluten free options in a gourmet restaurant. They prefer something around Beaubien and Papineau or east of that but are willing to go a little further afield but not too far. Any suggestions? Thanks.
  • Must dos for 6 days Montreal April 19, 2017
    Thank you Maximilien! Great place to start!!! Things are constantly changing, so good to have current info.
  • Muscovado sugar in Montreal? April 16, 2017
    Just came across this older post - no need to go all the way to England to buy muscovado sugar. I found it on Amazon.ca for $8.50 CAD. https://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2/134-4615551-6133011?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Muscovado+sugar So while it's a little pricey, there's no need to wait until you return to England to pick some up or waste time scouring Montreal, it's […]
  • SAQ wines, part deux April 10, 2017
    The critiques are in the old thread.... I plan to write new critiques on this thread, including discussions! :) The write ups are only a summary of the wines I enjoyed in part 1.
  • Birthday Dinner on FΓͺte de la Saint-Jean-Baptiste in Quebec City April 8, 2017
    I will be visiting Quebec City June 23-26 and my birthday is on June 24. I will be a 10 minute walk from the Old Quebec neighbourhood. Can anyone recommend a nice place for dinner on June 24th? Since it's a holiday, I hope some places will be open. If there are any must go […]
  • 60's montreal restaurant on decarie? April 5, 2017
    The restaurant that took the place of Miss Montreal was called The Bonfire.
  • Vote in Cult MTL's Best of MTL readers poll 2017 March 24, 2017
    Hey Chowhounders, this is the editor of Cult MTL. Just wanted to post a link to our 2017 readers poll, where you can vote for all your favourite Montreal restaurants. http://cultmontreal.com/votebestofmtl/ Note that the Food & Drink section is at the end of the survey, so you can skip the rest of the survey if […]