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.
I rarely post about salads, but it’s the season of the three B’s: barbeques, beaches, and bikinis. I associate mostly with the first B, but this salad works with all of the above. It balances my summer diet of double scoop ice cream cones at least three times a week.Read More
Budweiser is teaming up with meat-centric Wildebeest in Gastown and farm-to-table Homer St. Café in Yaletown for Bud and Burgers in Vancouver. This promotion features limited edition burgers paired with Bud and is available at selected restaurants across Canada.Read More
I know what you’re thinking. New latte? Hasn’t Tim Hortons always served latte? Yes, but this is the re-launch of their new and improved lattes. The new lattes are made to order with freshly ground (Arabica whole) espresso beans and freshly steamed 100% Canadian milk.Read More
The place where nothing changes and it doesn’t have to. When “same old” has a soft spot. Not reinventing anything, just perfecting the classics and keeping it consistent.Read More
This dish is savoury from the truffle tapenade butter, cheese and egg, and the touch of honey gives a little surprise. Honey, truffle and ricotta go hand in hand, and you might think the egg would throw it off, but it almost makes for a sweet and savoury custard-like sauce.Read More
I always get one of those round 750g containers of yogurt and didn’t really see a need for alternative packaging until I was introduced to these new “iögo pouches big format”. And here it begins, here are my yogurt confessions/issues… please don’t roll your eyes too much at me, okay?Read More
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Boxty is a traditional Irish Pancake and translates to “poor house bread”. It’s a recipe from the Irish famine when they had to make potatoes stretch. It’s very simple to make and excellent with bangers.Read More
A back to back comparison of bbq pork, suckling pig or roast pig, soy sauce chicken and roast duck from Metro Vancouver’s best Chinese barbeque shops: Parker Place Meat & B.B.Q. vs. HK B.B.Q. Master, both located in Richmond, BC.Read More