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.
To be honest, there are restaurants here I avoid completely because they are “tourist traps”, but there are some legitimate eateries and vendors doing an incredible job. So here are a few secret and not-so-secret things to check out next time you’re in and around Granville Island.Read More
I can honestly say that this year’s EAT Vancouver was much better than previous years. It felt more like a food festival for real “foodies”. The chef collaboration dinner series was the most exciting new component of the festival for me.Read More
Without the most important woman in my life, I would not be here, and the same goes for everyone else, so thank you to all the moms for all you do. The usual suspects for Mother’s Day brunch are the grand hotel buffets, and as fun as those can be, why not something different?Read More
Grilling meat on a sheet… that doesn’t sound right to me. Shouldn’t the meat be touching the grill? Surprisingly it didn’t have to!
When I was introduced to COOKINA Reusable Grilling Sheet I was also proposed with the question “what’s on your grill”?
Mijune Pak of Follow Me Foodie visits Soirette Macarons & Tea Shop to find out what they have planned for spring and Easter. Joined with owner and Pastry Chef Shobna Kannusamy, the two ladies indulge in this season’s sweetness.Read More
It’s not Susur Lee or Tojo, this is Susur Lee and Tojo! A collaboration dinner between the celebrated Toronto chef and Vancouver’s renowned sushi master, Hidekazu Tojo, is surprisingly part of EAT! Vancouver’s new “Dinner Series”.Read More
It’s a super simple recipe and you can keep a big batch of it in your fridge. You can even make ice cubes with the tea and throw some in your water if you want a bit of flavour. The longer the thyme, lemon and candied orange peels sit in the tea, the better the flavour.Read More
I’m honest and transparent about what I do, and as someone who’s skeptical and somewhat critical about everything, I had to do more research. Luckily, the more I learned, the more enthusiastic I got about Pure Leaf. It isn’t just another “iced tea” on the market, but it’s the only ready to drink iced tea in Canada made from fresh tea leaves.Read More