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The Institution

There was a time when I lived a different life. We were isolated from the world, living in our small space.Playing by the rules of this particular place and time. Where the smallest item, luxury, sample of information, each indulgence; became currency. Homesick, some of us just plain sick, we would retire to our bunks…

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Beit Sitti : Amman

One of the many joys of traveling to foreign countries is the confusing and disorienting process of learning the ropes of a new culture and language. (Not one of the joys of foreign countries are taxi drivers, but that’s another story.) Amman is a vibrant, interactive, exhilarating city and yes, fairly modern and liberal when…

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Medina Cafe, Vancouver

*edited, first published 6 Sep 2013 One of the most delicious breakfasts I can remember. Who is immune to the charms of Lavender Lattes? And a perfectly medium-boiled egg? Oh, and a beautiful, all-Canadian Caesar? Not Katy.   Medina Cafe: 556 Beatty Street (between Pender & Dunsmuir) Crosstown, Vancouver BC V6B 2L3

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Alphabet Soup with Emma

  There are times when aspiring Food Writers have to take normal jobs to help keep the cupboard stocked with organic single estate coffee beans. And when I say ‘normal job’ I really mean the furthest thing from normal, and only normal in the sense that it’s what I do from Monday to Friday. There…

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The Super Tuscans

If you’re a regular here at Katy’s Table, you will know that from time to time I have been known to enjoy a glass or two (or three) of wine. A big part of my love for wine, and its allure, is that no matter how hard I try – there will always be more…

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