What’s in Store: Well Seasoned preparing to leave Langley bypass


Langley businesswoman and aspiring politician Angie Quaale is on the move, literally and figuratively speaking – and I don’t just mean riding a bike at Duolynx (I’ll explain later).

First, I want to tell you that the owner of Well Seasoned gourmet food store – who has been operating her little shop next to the butcher on Langley Bypass for the past decade – 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 she’s expecting to get elected to Township council this fall, and won’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 Quaale’s BBQ on the Bypass – which is set for Sept. 13 and 14 this year. I’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 she’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 Quaale’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.

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