For some reason, Celine Dion gets a bad rap. Maybe it’s because she’s Canadian. Maybe it’s because her music gets stuck in your head. Maybe it’s because she sank the Titanic. Whatever the reason, she is definitely in good graces in my world.
Why? Because she has officially thrown her money into meat. That’s right, the Canadian songstress has invested in Schwartz’s Deli, which is a big time player on Montreal’s smoked meat world. If you don’t know, smoked meat is huge in Montreal, and I even had the chance to try some back in the day before I was a meat blogger. If my memory serves me right, Celine has made a wise decision.
Now I don’t remember where I got my smoked meat sandwich from or how it compared to any of the other ones in Montreal, so I’m not sure if Schwartz’s is the best of them, but I do know that any investment in delicious smoked meat is a good one.
So I would wish Celine luck in this venture, but I really don’t think I need to. This is a no-brainer.
So for making one of the smartest investments ever and doing so in meat, Celine Dion, you are a true Unvegan Hero!
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Schwartz’s smoked meat is generally considered the best in Montreal, so probably best in the world. It is an institution and a food destination (everyone must go at least once in their life!). I’ve even blogged about the experience (better than recounting its awesomeness in a comment field): http://dudecook.blogspot.com/2011/12/travels-in-taste-1st-edition-schwartzs.html
Canadians damn near had a collective heart attack when we heard CÃ©line was buying Schwartz’s, mostly out of fear she would turn it into a lousy chain restaurant (there is precedent due to a chain called Nickel’s, which sucks), but it turns out she isn’t changing a thing. For that, un gros merci Ã CÃ©line!
Another reason for which she sucks big balls…
BTW, how’s your cancer?
I would show you how great my health is by sending the info from my annual physical a couple months ago, but since you are threatening to eat me I doubt it would help.