On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, David McMillan and Frédéric Morin, Quebecers through and through, and proprietors of Montreal’s must, Joe Beef, grace us with their Canadian tongues. Right off the heels of their award-winning volume, The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts, they track back their smoked meat heritage, butter up their French technique, and decant their carnal knowledge of dining, leading them to pleasured life in Little Burgundy. Horse is beef with a different face! This episode was brought to you by Hearst Ranch.
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“[Joe Beef] is restaurant started by two burnt-out chefs on anti-depressants that didn’t want to hear from anybody anymore. We still have a hard time with authority or anybody telling us what to do.”
“What ever happened to finesse? Everything is becoming high-end junk food!”
“Horse is beef with a different face.”
— David McMillan on THE FOOD SEEN
“Context is everything, man…try putting any food besides pizza or Chinese in a Styrofoam box and try delivering it. It just doesn’t make sense.”
— Fred Morin on THE FOOD SEEN