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Where is Lili Sullivan?

  • Googs Jun 7, 2009 06:30 AM
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She put Rebel House on the map and then she went on her way. Does anyone know where the Princess of Pub Food is these days?

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  1. If you use Google, you will find that she live in Picton and held a cooking class there last week. http://www.waringhouse.com/cookery_di...

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    1. re: foodyDudey

      Thanks. I did find that. I'd like to know if she's permanently stationed somewhere cooking for comfort and pleasing the pub goers.

      1. re: Googs

        We came across her in a new place called East & Main in Prince Edward County.
        www.eastandmain.ca
        The apps were delicious. The brined pork chop was wonderful! Great atmosphere.

        1. re: slow4

          I don't know how all these places are going to survive, although she probably has a better chance then most. The season is still very short. I was chatting with the owner of one of the better new places recently and she told me that they had basically succumbed to the hype and moved down to open a place but was finding it very hard. From Thanksgiving till May two four, there is very little business.

          1. re: slow4

            Chalk up another reason to go to PEC. Thanks slow4.

            1. re: Googs

              Took my folks to this place the other night and had a great meal. I had a tasty pasta dish made with smoked veggies. Ma had the pork dish and pa went for the char. Side of tasty cheesie grits.
              The dessert was excellent, a gingerbread upside down cake. Add a bottle of local plonk and it was very good. They've done a nice job with the room.
              My parents, who have been in Picton for 50 yrs and eat out a lot, say it's their favorite place by far down there. (They've been a couple of times.)
              They are shutting for 3 weeks in Jan, but otherwise plan to stay open all year. I reckon they will do very well.