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If you haven't heard yet, 10th Avenue S.W. got a new addition late this summer. Briggs Kitchen + Bar has opened up along the same stretch as Craft and National on 10th. The majority of the menu is share plates, with items like Briggs Paella, flatbreads, charred local sausages and poutine. But there's also salads, burgers and sandwiches if you want more of a traditional meal. Make sure you save room for dessert, the lemon pie is to die for.

 

 

 

 

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Briggs Kitchen + Bar, 100, 317 10th Avenue SW, @briggskandb

Briggs Kitchen + Bar

If you haven’t heard yet, 10th Avenue S.W. got a new addition late this summer. Briggs Kitchen + Bar has opened up along the same stretch as Craft and National on 10th. The majority of the menu is share plates, with items like Briggs Paella, flatbreads, charred local sausages and poutine. But there’s also salads,

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Pita Pizzas

Everyone loves pizza. Here’s an easy recipe (from SFS’s very own Vincci Tsui) to make one of the world’s favourite foods at home. Plus, it’s a healthier version too! Pita Pizzas (courtesy cecinestpasunfoodblog.com) Ingredients Whole wheat pitas Homemade tomato sauce (Recipe here) Toppings – i.e. Cheese (cheddar, feta, provolone, etc.), Mushrooms, Olives, Onions, Peppers (banana,

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Nguyen

What’s Your Major? Anatomy and Cell biology. Why do you want to take part? I love cooking and experimenting with food. I hope to share knowledge of cooking, it’s all about give and take. How would you describe your level of cooking expertise? I can cook to some degree, pastas a few Vietnamese dishes and stirfries

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Josh

What’s Your Major? Sociology. Why do you want to take part? To meet new people and to learn life skills that I can use to make life away from home a little more manageable. How would you describe your level of cooking expertise? Very, very remedial. What is your least favourite thing to eat and

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