Such a story somewhat proves that the sandwich is a good embodiment of the adage “Necessity is the mother of invention,” since the Earl’s idea allowed him to both have dinner and play cards by holding his meal in one hand and keeping another free for the game.
Just a few months later, the sandwich quickly became popular in England. It likely reached North America along with the colonists, and since then has remained adored in society. Today, it is easily enjoyed by practically anyone, as long as they can be bothered to fix one for themselves. Those who don’t have the time to whip up even just the simplest of sandwiches, on the other hand, can just head over to local Kensington Market restaurants like St. Andrew Poultry’s Foodie Bar where, for sure, there is more than enough choices for sandwiches to go around.
Torontonians and tourists to enjoy as warm weather kicks in. We will be adding chicken and waffles, sausages, and other delicious prepared foods to our summer menu, which would be great to enjoy with family and friends as you frolic in Kensington Market. The place is packed with sights to see and new experiences to enjoy.
After a morning of basking in the sun and enjoying the laid-back scenery of the Market, head down to St. Andrew Poultry’s Foodie Bar for a freshly prepared meal. Have a taste of our new summer menu or choose from our existing menu. Our hot and ready-to-eat boxed lunches, particularly the ever-popular St. Andrew Quarter BBQ Chicken and the Montreal Spice Quarter BBQ Chicken, are served with fries. For those who want a lighter meal on the healthy side, we have a wide selection of green, leafy salads like Greek salad, Caesar salad, and Baja California Salad.
You’ve watched those animal channel documentaries about big cats and wild wolves, and have seen how those powerful muscles move as they pursue their prey. The chase ends with those great jaws locking on their food-prey. Your cute and cuddly pets have no need for the savage chase, although anatomically, those sharp teeth remind you of their carnivorous appetite and ancient haunts—along with short intestines that allow for speedy passage of raw flesh into their guts, and powerful digestive juices capable of dissolving bones. Depriving them of their natural food—and isolating their diet to filler-abundant commercial foods, which, ultimately aren’t designed completely for their nature, can actually lead to various health problems for your pets, such as itchy skin, ear and anal gland issues, and yeast infection.