In search of Hamil­ton’s #Ci­tyDish

The Hamilton Spectator - - GO - EMMA REILLY ereilly@thes­pec.com 905-526-2452 | @Em­maatTheSpec

Chicago has deep-dish pizza. Dover has sole. Mon­treal has smoked meat. Cheshire has its cheese.

But is there a food — or drink — that is truly and uniquely Hamil­ton?

From Roma Pizza to Beach Road kiel­basa to a Tim Hor­tons dou­ble­dou­ble, there are many foods that have cap­tured the hearts (and stom­achs) of Hamil­to­ni­ans. Now, we’re ask­ing read­ers to help us choose which dish best rep­re­sents our unique flavour.

To nom­i­nate your favourite Hamil­ton-cen­tric foods, get in touch with Emma Reilly at ereilly@thes­pec.com or call 905-526-2452. You can also use the hash­tag #Ci­tyDish to send us your sug­ges­tions on so­cial me­dia.

It can be a food that’s made in Hamil­ton, only avail­able here, or some­thing that orig­i­nated in the Ham­mer. Early nom­i­na­tions in­clude Hutch’s fish and chips, Karma Candy’s candy canes, Den­ninger’s sausage, and La Luna’s shish tawook sand­wich.

We’ll com­pile a list and ask read­ers to pick a favourite, with the aim of find­ing the one #Ci­tyDish that’s truly Hamil­ton’s own.

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