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    another awesome weekend

    and another awesome weekend coming up at blue...





    good eats nearby, have to build one of these things on the trail...







    the result vegie pizza...



    i tried the elk liver dumpling with the apple sauerkraut



    all the ingredients are local or grown at the resturants farm
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    It's gonna be a crisp one (highs in the mid teens)!

    Although totally different than what you have planned, this weekend IS going to rock. We *finally* get back to building in Christie on Saturday and Sunday is my first 'cross race of the season. Yay Fall!
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    does this place require suit and tie.
    where is this ,looks pretty neat

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    The food looks awesome! I may have an opportunity to ride around TO on Saturday and Blue on Sunday. It's going to be such a blast to break in the new DH rig

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailtrash View Post
    does this place require suit and tie.
    where is this ,looks pretty neat
    That's Hasai bakery in Singhampton. It's pretty casual but the prices are in the suit-and-tie range (you were warned).
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    Currently planning a wood fired bread/pizza oven for the backyard. Mmmmmmmmm wood fired pizza.

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    those ovens are a real part of quebec culture... every dairy farm i've visited/worked in the southern townships had one.

    http://www.shtfinfo.com/shtffiles/ho...Bread_Oven.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by shirk View Post
    Currently planning a wood fired bread/pizza oven for the backyard. Mmmmmmmmm wood fired pizza.
    Cinder block or clay?

    When I was a kid, we had a cinder block oven in the back yard. I didn't realize how cool it was at the time. All my friends' Dads were just getting into those early gas grills...
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    You might be a redneck if.... your oven is up on cinderblocks in the yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electrik View Post
    You might be a redneck if.... your oven is up on cinderblocks in the yard.


    Anyhow, my current favourite restaurant in the whole world (Au Pied De Cochon in Montreal) is literally built around a giant brick oven. So awesome!

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    Early planning stages of the oven. I am kinda leaning towards a DIY version of this. Wood-Fired Pizza Oven and Smoker | Ecoque

    Separate fire box should be easier to keep clean and organized. Fire brick lined cooking box above the fire box.

    Quebec rocks for food. GF is a foodie from Montreal with French and Czech heritage so I get spoiled with home cooked food. My daily lunch is on homemade bread. Friends of her brothers run a nice big wood fired bread bakery every summer in Tadoussac.

    Garage - We wanted to hit up Pied Au Cochon this summer when we were back but could not fit it in. We have his book. Great stuff in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirk View Post
    Garage - We wanted to hit up Pied Au Cochon this summer when we were back but could not fit it in. We have his book. Great stuff in there.
    I made a variation (rabbit, quail, pork...) of the cipaille in that book for Xmas dinner last year when we had a house full of family and it was out of this world!
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    Quote Originally Posted by macming View Post
    The food looks awesome! I may have an opportunity to ride around TO on Saturday and Blue on Sunday. It's going to be such a blast to break in the new DH rig
    That oven baked pizza was one of the best I ever tasted, We ate in the restaurant which was filled with amazing artwork. It was a special brunch (we were celebrating an important accomplishment) but we would like to go back to Haisai again soon, The chef was cool... he was very interested in DH at blue.



    We plan to go up to blue again this weekend and maybe we will see you and your new bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirk View Post
    Currently planning a wood fired bread/pizza oven for the backyard. Mmmmmmmmm wood fired pizza.
    your condo board must be pretty lenient.
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    there is a few more menu items i want to check out. the chef talked about getting local wild mushrooms...


    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    That oven baked pizza was one of the best I ever tasted, We ate in the restaurant which was filled with amazing artwork. It was a special brunch (we were celebrating an important accomplishment) but we would like to go back to Haisai again soon, The chef was cool... he was very interested in DH at blue.

    We plan to go up to blue again this weekend and maybe we will see you and your new bike.
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