@David Ashton ...Bacon Nation which is in Toronto...
Bacon in Canada is not the same as bacon in the United States. Bacon in Canada is also not what the US calls Canadian Bacon. According to Wikipedia, the English speaking world can't agree on what part of a pig is bacon.
@Antedeluvian....it seems Bar Brutus is not yet open, so Max'll have to wait, but the article also points to Bacon Nation which is in Toronto, aren't you there or near there? If that's true, you should expect a visit from Max soon :-)
PS just saw they offer Bacon-wrapped deep-fried Mars Bars.... mmmmmm
I just got back from a fairly exotic store where they have a section of everything bacon- chewing gum, toothpicks flavoured with bacon all the way through to an alcohol shaker with the words: "what's shakin', bacon?" emblazoned on the side. I immediately thought of you.
Did you see the email I sent you about Bar Brutus, the all bacon restaurant in Montreal?
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