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D is for Dinner: perogies, with a dash of pinball

houseoftarg.jpgHouse of Targ is a brand-new venue in Ottawa, and its M.O. is a little unusual: live bands, pinball machines...and perogies. All of those things are the passions of owner Paul Granger, and for the food part he enlisted chef Erik Royle. You can listen to Paul and Erik and check out the recipe for smoked gouda and kale perogies here.




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