Food Day Canada 2004 Word Cloud
May12

Food Day Canada 2004 Word Cloud

  This is the word cloud from all the postings of 2004. Ontarions were at it again, with more emphasis on garden fresh or market vegetables.

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2004: Canada Day 2
May10

2004: Canada Day 2

In 2004, participants began using the moniker, Canada Day 2 to describe what was previously the World’s Longest BBQ. It became clear that an increasing number of people were not just firing up their grills to barbecue beef, they were cooking every yummy local ingredient they could find. 2004 was a resounding success from Vancouver to St. John’s.  Meanwhile chefs became involved and some notable restaurants got involved by...

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Prince Edward Islanders have a lot to celebrate in culinary terms.

Nancy Reeves of Charlottetown writes: “I will be hosting a BBQ on Saturday evening for friends and family. We will be spending the day at Crapaud Exhibition, as my son will be showing his 4-H calves in both the 4-H and open show. The BBQ will be a great way to wind down after a long but great and interesting day. The theme for our event will be “PEI Produced” this will include: eggs for the salad dressing, greens and...

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Bob McClelland in Gatineau, Québec

is grilling burgers at his back yard BBQ using home grown beef from his own farm!

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The Curries, Tim, Vanessa, Millie and Sadie of Guelph, Ontario are firing up their grill.

“Tim’s sister Heather and her husband Peter, kids Abby and Durham are visiting from New Jersey for the weekend. They are joining us for a BBQ on Saturday and our kids can’t wait to see their cousins. They are doing a “Retro 50’s BBQ. Shrimp cocktail, fried oysters to start. Roast beef on a spit, 7 layered salad, fresh Yukon Gold potatoes and 5 bean salad. Dessert will be Heather’s favourite, Creme brulee. All produce will...

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