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s o m e • f o o d • f o r • t h o u g h t

food is fabulous....and the fact of the matter is there is nothing i would rather do than go out for delicious delights with my dear dear friends. Sweet, savory and oh so yummy is there really anything more marvelous than spending time with the people you love dining over delectables? ...and so kate's kitchen escapades was born.....this little "ode to food" chronicles my love for eating and the oh so exciting adventure that dining out can be.........so read it, enjoy, eat, drink and be merry... i hope you love it as much as i love sharing it with you..…..

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Black Camel

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I love black camel sandwiches…it is as simple as that! They are so succulently delicious and sinfully good that even the mention of them makes my mouth water… A Sammy after my own heart, this Summerhill spot serves up a small but oh so special sandwich line up that is one to lust for. Named after a 17th Century Viennese CafĂ©, The Black Camel boasts a slow roasted beef brisket sandwich that is oh so brilliant and simply bursts with flavor. Taking 5 days to prepare, this lengthy process involves primo Cumbrae cuts of meat, top-secret dry rubs, homemade marinades and a slow cooking process that has been perfected over the years. With sweet molasses, crisp arugula and silky caramelized onions a craving for one of these bad boys has had me to trekking across the city simply to satisfy my stomach. Equally as pleasurable the pulled pork, pulled chicken and Steak sammies are also crowd pleasers. With special top-secret preparation rituals of their very own, each freshly baked bun is piled high with incredible ingredients crafted with love. Tucked away on Crescent road this little spot is in a word "splendid" Dieters beware, one of these decadent delights just might be the straw that breaks your calorie counting camel's back.

Black Camel
4 Crescent Road

Toronto, ON


2 comments:

Brian said...

Went last weekend and was blown away!

Electricjoshua said...

Tried the seared steak sandwich with chipotle mayo... not half bad. What's the next restaurant?