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Gourmet Stampede…but Christmas is starting to sneak up on us!

OMG! I’ve been so busy eating my way through the Stampede season that I JUST realized – Christmas time is 5 months from now. I need to get a move on things if I’m going to get everything done in time. I’ll post details later on…as we don’t want to spoil the surprise in case any of my friends and family who are getting my foodie treats are reading this 🙂

Time is ticking to source out ingredients, hit the farmers markets and cross my fingers that I’ll be able to find jars (unlike last year when I ran all over town to find the half pint size).
Places I’ve eaten at during Stampede include Home Tasting Room, NOtaBLE, WURST, and of course, countless BBQ lunches, pancake breakfasts…and the stampede grounds for those irresistible mini donuts. Service has been great so far at most places….but I’ve been reminded why I don’t ever go to Ceili’s by choice.

Wurst - Sir Perry Pear Cider (England) - I had the 200mL and 1/2 litre portion

Wurst - East Coast Oysters served with Horseradish cocktail sauce & champagne jelly

Wurst - Schweinshaxen - Roast Pork Knuckle with Braised Cabbage and Potato Dumpling (Seriously, this thing was bigger than my head)

NOtaBLE - Dungeness Crab and Scallop "Corn Dog" - Served with Chipotle Aioli, blue cheese "Ranch"

NOtaBLE - "Beef on a Bun" - Braised beef shortrib with foie gras, brioche and cipollini onion relish

NOtaBLE - Creamsicle and Donuts - Grizzly Pop Orange semi-freddo with mini vanilla donuts

NOtaBLE - DH "Big Mikey" Burger

Home Tasting Room - Grilled Flatbread - Proscuitto, basil ricotta, roasted red pepper & arugula

* Dishes not shown:
Home Tasting Room – Cheese Tasting, Charcuterie Tasting
WURST – Chocolate Fondue for two, Black Forest Cake

About Eunice

I'm just a girl who is passionate about food. It is my personal quest to try to expand my culinary horizons both at home and abroad. However, I was not always passionate about food. I had my epiphany much later when I got my very first job...at a sushi joint here in town. And just like that "Hook, line and sinker"...a foodie was born! I'm a P/T blogger, P/T yogini...but always a foodie.


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