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.
6 Course Discourse is a culinary presentation featuring 6 chefs who will speak for 12 minutes each. Please join me in welcoming David Hawksworth, Pino Posteraro, Angus An, Robert Clark, Taryn Wa, and Thomas Haas. Buy tickets here!Read More
It’s never too late to shop for a food-obsessed person! And even if they’re not “food-obsessed”, food is the safest bet and always the way to go. I could be slightly biased, but who doesn’t like to eat? Here are five items I would love to see in my stocking…Read More
A chocolate lover’s dream! Mijune Pak checks out the holiday treats from Chocolate Arts of Vancouver. Chocolate Bombs and Gingerbread Caramels are sampled in this sweet segment, and Mijune tries her hand at making a chocolate ‘Frostie’.Read More
If you don’t have the time or want to deal with the hassle or roasting and peeling your own, then chefs around the city have done it for you. Some of them are resorting to canned chestnut puree, which isn’t necessarily bad since it depends on the application. Here are 10 chestnut items available during the holidays:Read More
Last week I asked Vancouver “Where are all the Middle Eastern Restaurants?” It’s a cuisine often overlooked in our multicultural city and with our limited options, it’s worth a closer look. I set out on a mission to breakdown this hodgepodge of “Middle Eastern cuisine” and learn more about it – starting with Persian cuisine.Read More
C’mon Vancouver! For a supposedly world-class multicultural city, we can do better than that, can’t we? Are the only options for authentic Middle Eastern cuisine hole-in-the-wall restaurants with under $10 menu options that are open until the sun comes up?Read More
Food is like art. It’s subjective and based on personal taste. You know what you like and like what you like. That’s it. Sure, I could argue why you shouldn’t like it, or where you might be able to find it better, but in the end, you taste what you taste and enjoy what you enjoy. Period.Read More
I actually grew up with soup at the table almost every day. It was a staple and it was as common as rice. It was more important to finish than rice too because of the nutritional benefits. See, it wasn’t just any soup, it was mom’s soup. It was made with thought, care, and as cheesy as it sounds, love.Read More