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.
It’s not hard assembling a sandwich, so there isn’t much of a “recipe”. I just put together ingredients and flavours I enjoy and made sure there was some contrasting textures. I’m also a fan of sweet and savoury together, so this was right up my alley.Read More
Iced tea and lemonade are classic summer drinks, but how about the two together? So an Arnold Palmer? Yes, sort of, but with an alcoholic twist. So a John Daly? Somewhat, but instead we’re using gin instead of vodka.Read More
Leave me alone! I enjoy hot water, okay? With or without the lemon! Actually, I probably enjoy it more without the lemon. Blame it on age (although I’m not retired yet), or the fact that I’m Chinese (yes, I am a “fake Korean”… Pak is just a really rare last name for Chinese people), but I honestly love hot water.Read More
In Vancouver happy hours don’t seem to be promoted, and the extent of advertising is usually a sidewalk sandwich board or the random tweet or post on social media. So here are a few happy hours that offer either good value or good food, or are simply off the radar.Read More
This is an easy yet flavourful homemade BBQ sauce recipe that is great to have on hand as the weather is starting to warm up. The sauce is essentially a tomato based sauce that is tangy, spicy and not too sweet.Read More
It all started a couple months ago when Gusto TV asked me to host an episode for “The Great Canadian Food Show”. The six episode series features six different ingredients across Canada, following them from harvest to someone’s plate… and I’m happy to say that plate ended up being mine!Read More
Knowledge about a dish shouldn’t make it taste better, but it doesn’t hurt to know a little more. Here are four things people often get wrong about Italian cuisine.Read More
Good food doesn’t have to be expensive, and some of my favourite dishes from this trip could easily make an appearance in Vancouver. Here are three casual and fun dishes that need to make an appearance in Vancouver.Read More