Langley businesswoman and aspiring politician Angie Quaale is on the move, literally and figuratively speaking â€“ and I donâ€™t just mean riding a bike at Duolynx (Iâ€™ll explain later).
First, I want to tell you that the owner of Well Seasoned gourmet food store â€“ who has been operating her little shop next to the butcher on Langley Bypass for the past decade â€“ is moving to some recently refurbished digs at the corner of 203rd Street and 64th Avenue (yes, where the Langley Advance lived for a short time).
Was the change of location a foreshadowing that sheâ€™s expecting to get elected to Township council this fall, and wonâ€™t have far to walk between jobs? Maybe. Again, I digress.
Moving date for Well Seasoned is set for Sept. 1. That leaves me asking the about Quaaleâ€™s BBQ on the Bypass â€“ which is set for Sept. 13 and 14 this year. Iâ€™m sure the new digs will provide lots more room for her incredibly popular, annual event. But that left me wondering if there was a name change in the works. Turns out sheâ€™s way ahead of me on this. The event is being rebranded BBQ Off the Bypass.
Now, if you want to get a sampling of Quaaleâ€™s culinary abilities in advance of her move and the BBQ Off the Bypass, stop by Duolynx Design & Print tonight (Thursday, July 24).
Kerri Lucas-West and the team at Duolynx are hosting a sixth-anniversary customer appreciation party in their parking lot at 96th Avenue and 201st Street from 5 to 9 p.m. In addition to live entertainment, facepainting, and games, Quaale is cooking pork sliders and beans for all who attend.