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Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich

Solid serving of smoked meat and fries! Served with Dijon and Mayo. #greasy #meaty
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Gamjatang Ramen

Delicious ramen with a hearty serving of pork neck bones #messy #umami #spiced #meaty
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Duck Poutine

The perfect Quebec brunch. Duck confit, cheese curds, duck gravy, two sunny side up eggs, fries cooked in duck fat. #naughty #cheesy #meaty #gooey
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Talid Jalbout

G+ Questions - Desktop  - 
How do you know access the auto backup folder?

Under Photos > More, the option has being removed.

Photo "Highlights" only shows some of the pictures that got backed-up. I would like to be able to access all uploaded pictures from my phone, to delete, make albums, etc... like we used to be able to.

Unless there is a simpler way I'm missing?
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Actually, in Highlights view you should be able to find 'everything you expect to see, there...but as the name implies, the app displays only some of the photos stored in each folder.

Choose any album in Highlights view. Now scroll down to the lower right-hand corner -- you should find this image is greyed out, with a superimposed arrow (r/h caret symbol).

I think you can see where I'm going, here...simply click on the arrow to reveal the rest of your images in this folder. It's that simple. Same principle applies on the GPlus website, too.

Better still, in Google's implementation of this 'Highlights' concept you can choose your own 'Highlights'. From within the album view, select some pics then go to the blue menubar.

The far-right option is More. Click that to reveal the Highlight tick-box. You can choose to highlight a single photo or several at once...use Select to tick as many as you want.

Here's the applicable page from an excellent TheNextWeb article that covers Google+ Photos in far greater detail, including some handy visual aids.:

Hope this helps.. :-)
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Public post....Few invites left for Google Schemer. Yours if you want one.
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New Google thing to do within your interests. Handy if travelling to a new city or just around home.. hard to explain. Join up and find out for yourself. It's very much Beta atm, and not publicly open just yet.
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Great staff and seriously great food made for a delightful lunch! The daily special was an elevated take on brunch with a salad, egg, toast and peppercorn jam. I happily found that the jam can be purchased in little jars to take home. The tuna and potato in a jar was fantastic! I could eat this every day. Well worth the visit. It nice to see restaurants dedicated to local produce offer such a great experience.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This open kitchen style restaurant is quite inviting. Enjoyed the pizza that was done in their pizza oven, the crust was great, but did find it a tad too salty. Pricing is on the higher side considering it's not downtown. Overall, enjoyable lunch and the service was good.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Not often do I get to eat Filipino food, it's nice to have the option of exploring the cuisine. This restaurant is quite spacious and can accommodate large groups. I did find the service slow but overall, quite friendly. They do offer special event catering such as birthday parties, etc.. My lunch was good, I tried the fried chicken and it had a satisfying crispy skin. The fries went well with the banana catchup. The Lechon Kawali was a little too greasy, but that's to be expected with pork belly. Overall, not bad, would love to try some more traditional plates.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Nice place with an attractive interior. Had lunch and shared a few appetizers and a soup. The breakdown: Cherizo dish was ok. Orange glazed lamb was amazing, what a great combo. The pork crackling was a failure, deep fried for way too long, came burned and soggy as it absorbed too much oil. In hindsight I should have sent that dish back, but it really shouldn't have left the kitchen, pork belly is the cheapest cut of meat you can get, just toss it and have another order made. The soup with the white beans was what I needed on a cold rainy Vancouver day, it had layered flavor and just enough spices to warm you up, delicious. Very friendly service, quick and efficient.
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Public - 2 months ago
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All you can expect out of good hotel, rooms are nice, clean and hotel is conveniently located near the train station and subway. It's attached to a mall if the event you feel like doing a little shopping on the side. Where it really shines is the buffet, while the morning buffet is quite nice, the evening one is fantastic! You can find pretty much anything you desire, from raw oysters to local specialties. It's not cheap, but worth the entry if hungry. One perk is you get 10% (or was it 15%) off if you stay at the hotel. Only draw back is you're not in center of the touristic areas.
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Public - 2 months ago
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Located on the outskirts of downtown, this restaurant offers something that is usually hard to find, Jamón ibérico, a specialty ham from Spain. While the jamón was delicious, the other disks dishes weren't as memorable. While beautifully presented on the plate, they left something lacking. And for the price, you would expect slightly bigger portions, especially the gazpacho which is essentially a delicious cold tomato soup. The crème brûlée with saffron was for my taste a slightly odd combination. Service was ok, but could be improved. This restaurant has a lot of potential, will gladly visit again.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Great place to come for dinner, where you can find some of the finest dishes from south eastern asia and region. Chinese steam buns, Malaysian laksa lemak, Thai green papaya salads, Vietnamese pho, Indonesian satay chicken, etc.. all of them well prepared and delicious! Restaurant can get pretty busy so try to come out early and share a table, it's a great way to make some new friends.
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