Thursday, July 8, 2010
ANTHONY'S BLOG - ENTRY THREE
“Today we had an “Iron Chef” session up in one of the restaurants at the arena with Chef Brad, who helps make meals for the players during the season,” wrote the Saint John Sea Dogs forward on Canucks.com. “They called it the Iron Chef but there was no secret ingredient or Chairman, but there was cooking - not by us, by the Chef.”
Anthony also writes about some solid dishes found in this region.
“There’s an atlantic dish called a donair, which are really bad for you and I haven’t eaten those in a while but they’re a Halifax special that you can get at the pizza places,” he wrote. “They’re very good but not very good for you. I’m hungry thinking about it. I told you not to read this on an empty stomach.”
To read his third entry, click HERE.
“Steven Anthony chronicles prospect development camp in Vancouver for a week with insights from a player's point of view,” reads the official description of the blog.
Anthony, a seventh round pick of the Canucks in the 2009 National Hockey League entry draft, is partaking in his second summer prospect camp in Vancouver.
To check out his first blog post about what went down on the opening day of camp, click HERE. To read his second entry, click HERE.