Welcome to the first Follow Me Foodie video/webisode of 2012! A parody based on YouTube’s “Sh*t Girls Say” is “Sh*t Foodies Say”. Watch, comment, rate & SHARE!
I’ve spent months researching food and drink festivals around the world and I’d feel selfish keeping results to myself. I really want people to go to them because they sound amazing, and these festivals need support to continue and grow.
Mijune Pak of FollowMeFoodie.com makes a Peach and Pecan Pie Smoothie with Pure Leaf Peach Iced Tea brewed with real tea leaves. Simple, easy and delicious!Read More
When it comes to Asian cuisine, salads are more common in South East Asia than East Asia, and they are particulaly popular in Thailand. Although greens are available, many of their salads are made with herbs, and sometimes fruit.Read More
The first-ever Feast on the Fraser takes place September 25 – October 4 in New Westminster, BC. The 10-day culinary event showcases a signature experience every day by a restauant in the area.Read More
Even if you have to taxi, LC’s Bar-B-Q is a must-do in Kansas City. This is worth flying for, or at the very least it was worth the 3-3.5 hour road trip from St. Louis… which is what I did. I seriously have meat dreams about this place and I long for the day I can go back and stuff my face in this smoky delicious saucy Kansas City barbeque. Come to mama!Read More
Mijune Pak is the force of nature behind Follow Me Foodie, a Vancouver blog-turned-international sensation; the F-Type R is the force of nature behind Jaguar’s return to the upper echelons of sports car building after a four-decade absence.Read More
First stop: St. Louis! I pretty much had 24 hours to eat and see as much as I could, so needless to say, I need to revisit; however I didn’t do too bad with the limited time given. From barbeque to fine dining, there’s so much more to St. Louis than the Gateway Arch, The Cardinals… and Nelly.Read More
Well first off, let’s start pronouncing it correctly. In Vietnamese it is pronounced f-uh not foe, just like Canadians say “about” not “a-boot”. Many of us are in love with phở already, and hopefully see it as more than a cheap eat or late night meal. Actually, what I really hope, is that we don’t understand phở as “Vietnamese beef noodle soup”, because it’s not.Read More
Pork Belly, Pickled Vegetables, BBQ Sugar, Polenta paired with Pure Leaf Peach Real Brewed Tea It’s a challenging recipe and it will take some…Read More