BRINE O’CLOCK

Vancouver Magazine - - TASTE -

The sTory seems Too Twee To be real. Two ex­pats find them­selves in our fair city, and ev­ery­thing is go­ing great save for one thing: where are the good pick­les? So Scott Kaylin (a New Yorker) and Chris Hob­son (a Toron­to­nian) set up to rec­tify this egre­gious blind spot. They brain­storm, they taste and, sure, they brand as Kaylin and Hobbs, and in no time they and their green-aproned charges are run­ning the hottest stall on Granville Is­land. And this sum­mer, they re­peated the ex­per­i­ment at Lons­dale Quay with equal suc­cess. Per­chance proper pick­les are a per­fect present? And as for which way to go, taste-wise: the mus­tards are dra­matic, the jalapeño lively, but we’ll take the mid­dle ground with horse­rad­ish—a crunch, some heat and plenty of nos­tal­gia. Granville Is­land Mar­ket, Lons­dale Quay Mar­ket, kayli­nand­hobbs.com

THE DISH

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