|Tenderloin Meat & Sausage. Copyright Google Maps.|
Regardless, I like kielbasa/kubasa quite a bit, so I decided to give Tenderloin a go. As soon as I stepped in, I felt at home... it smelled like the Market Square in Windsor, where my mother would take me as a little girl. It's a powerful scent memory for me. The staff was very friendly and patient, even though I rushed in at 15 minutes to close. I thought the finely-ground sausage looked more like my old favourite, Rudy's kolbasa, but I went for the coarse sausage since the very helpful butcher recommended it as the more popular choice. I wasn't disappointed. Lean, smoky, garlicky, and delicious, it went very well with some cheddar and crackers for a quick snack. Oh, and the PICKLES.... mmm. I love sweet and hot as a flavour combination, and I love pickles. Done deal.
|A rather crappy view of the Gimli Fish market. That's what I get for ripping off Google Maps again.|
|I think the wine helped me not care about the oddity of the spread...|
|I do love dining on the balcony, even if I was harrased by a yellow jacket wasp. They're frequently confused for bees, but this Honeybee was not at all amused by its advances.|