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CHOMP VS CHOMP

The clubhouse sandwich: the original super sandwich. Since its creation in 1894, the club has gone from a simple but brilliant “whole meal” sandwich to the towering triple-decker stacks we commonly see today. The original recipe called for chicken or turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato and a generous amount of mayo. I mean, how could you go wrong with this setup? My love of the clubhouse began at the White Spot in Kerrisdale where I grew up. The turkey club has always been a prominent feature on the menu, but did you know that they

Growing up, one of my favourite things about the summertime was mobbing down to 7-Eleven with my friends to cash in the 2-for-1 slurpee coupons on the back of Z95.3FM bumper stickers (remember those?). No matter what stage of life you’re in, drinks with friends is always a good idea. Our choices nowadays are more so dominated by local craft beers (or wine if you’re fancy like that), but one of the best and most memorable food phases for me was the bubble tea boom in the late 90s-early 2000s. The funny thing

Oh, how times have changed for sushi restaurants in Vancouver. Once rulers of the land, eat-till-you-barf joints have mostly gone the way of the dinosaur, replaced by mango sauce rolls and $20 aburi sushi. While there’s still plenty of love for tried-and-true traditional Japanese spots for sushi, there’s a new raw fish obsession taking over the city: poké. While poké is usually served as an appetizer in Hawaii, more recent adaptations popping up around North America are making more of a meal out of it by serving it in a bowl atop rice and/or salad. Poké stops