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Houston's 2017 Top 100 by Alison Cook

Every year notable food critic Alison Cook of The Houston Chronicle puts out her list of the Top 100 Restaurants in Houston. I've created a public Google Map with all of Alison's 2017 restaurant locations. Feel free to visit it! You can copy and save your own version of the map, revising it in accordance to your own experiences.

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FoodLyndsay Cavanagh
American Thanksgiving in Canada

This year my sister is joining James and I for an American Thanksgiving in Canada. In this post I'm sharing some of the similarities and differences between the two nation's celebrations. I'm also sharing my favorite recipes to serve to my loved ones. Pleases join me by reading and commenting with your favorite fall recipe! 

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Dinner at Raymond's

Dinner at Raymond's is an iconic Newfoundland experience. One that brings you as organic an encounter as foraging yourself for local meats and produce. As synonymous to the island as whale tours and a hike to Signal Hill, one shouldn't leave St. John's without getting a true taste of Newfoundland. 

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FoodLyndsay Cavanagh
Lobster Season in Newfoundland

Seafood is awesome any time of year, but unarguably much better when it's caught fresh and served locally. Newfoundland, being an island in the North Atlantic is positioned in a prime location for delectable sea creatures. Lobster and mussels and crabs, OH MY!

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FoodLyndsay Cavanagh
Acorn Stuffing

Holiday meals are notorious for being calorie dense, but with my yoga training in mind I've come up with a recipe that incorporates those festive flavors in a nutritious and pretty package. I wasn't sure what to call this particular recipe, but when I brought it to work for some coworkers to sample, they exclaimed it tasted like Thanksgiving stuffing! 

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Mallard Cottage

With a culinary adventure unlike anything we've ever experienced, I've launched a new series on the blog titled Fork in the Road. It is dedicated to sharing edible exploits linked to our travels.

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FoodLyndsay Cavanagh