my brother-in-law is a chef and he has taught me the art in preparing delicious food. it used to be all fast food and candy, but now I can’t get enough homemade pasta with fresh pesto and a good homebrew. Cooking truly is an art!
On Fri, February 10, 2012 - 7:36:36 by love_nellie
My husband will surely love this Ã¢â‚¬Å“great recipeÃ¢â‚¬Â! You may also try this out guys! Please find new recipes at http://www.wikichicken.com that you may surely love too.
On Sun, January 08, 2012 - 1:38:42 by Henson05
The Three Crowns at the end of Stoke Newington Church Street. Best. Sunday. Roast. Ever.
On Sun, March 07, 2010 - 11:33:41 by heartattackandvine
I too have to give Burrdocks in Dublin the thumbs up but haven’t had the pleasure of their fish’n'chips in a few years as it’s just too far to travel now from Australia! Parcel me up a few crispy chips and send them on to me. I’ll be forever indebted to you! Yours sincerely, Gina-who-grew-up-in-Dublin-but-married-a-Welsh-man-who-took-her-to-Aus tralia!
On Sat, March 06, 2010 - 11:58:04 by Gina
You’re just in luck ! In dublin just around the corner of the venue is a very popular chipper called Burrdocks, everyone famous passing through goes there and they even have all the names listed !
if you feel like something different there’s also a foodcourt behind the venue, you can get EVERYTHING, indian,british,thai etc
On Mon, March 01, 2010 - 3:20:43 by HeroInhiding
Ben—I’m concerned. By the frequency of your posting here, it appears you and the others just aren’t eating. One cannot live on lager alone. Please put our minds at ease that you are indeed eating, lest your fans start tossing biscuits and cake from the audience (not to be confused with tossing their cookies which would be a whole different matter).
Eat up and be well.
On Mon, March 01, 2010 - 11:37:55 by patti
As you asked for good eateries on the last tour thought I should mention a couple in Birmingham if you divert en route to Wolverhampton. Try Kitchen Garden Cafe in Kings Heath (also has some nice little gigs there) or Bohemia in Selly Oak - a strange location but wonderful tasty local food. Worth stopping off for - tell us if you made it!
On Sun, February 28, 2010 - 5:53:07 by anniebee
Hey Guys. It was an amazing concert last night! One of the best I have ever been to.
I forget how long you are going to be in Toronto, you might be flying out today. But if not you guys should definitely stop at Mill Street Brew Pub and catch some of the beer. Just a good taste of canadian stuff. You can actually get our beer at most pubs now but definitely should try it out.
On Tue, February 16, 2010 - 5:29:58 by Face
Hey, you guys were very powerful tonight and very entertaining. I would love it if you were to come again soon. (and to release some cds around here too!) anyways…
If you’re looking for a good breakfast place in Toronto you should check out the Grasshopper. I haven’t been able to break away from their waffles yet but everything else they have is apparently very good too :) I hope you don’t have to have too many bland meals along the tour.
On Tue, February 16, 2010 - 8:43:12
hey ben….do a u.s. tour in support of your upcoming release. come to seattle. i’m a chef at one of the best restaurants in seattle…myself and several coworkers are huge fans. come in and we’ll cook lunch for you, on us. matt’s in the market is the resto name.
On Wed, February 10, 2010 - 3:30:54 by iamjberube