Follow Me Foodie to 10 Must Try Eats and Dishes in Denver, Colorado! Ten? Really?! You’re lucky enough if you find seven… well so I thought!…Read More
There are actually a handful of hidden gems and some of my favourite dishes in downtown Vancouver are found in the West End.
Here are a few “must try” spots mixed with a few local secrets (in no particular order).
Follow Me Foodie to the renaissance of cauliflower: The history and varieties of cauliflower and deconstructing the craze. There is a science to caramelizing the cauliflower, and having it soft but not mushy, and crisp but not crunchy. I’ll experiment in the kitchen, but for now, indulge in these!Read More
Follow Me Foodie to Mole! Making mole from scratch, in particular Mole Negro, is a labour intensive process which can take days. That’s why…Read More
This Cashew Salsa is a very versatile rich and buttery dip and the love child of cashew-peanut butter meets chipotle yogurt. It has a cream cheese-like quality to it, but it’s dairy free. It’s one of those dips you dunk your chips in so it’s almost double the dip to chip.Read More
This list will continue to grow for sure. It’s New York, arguably “the best” food city in North America. I really dislike “best of” lists and I think “the best food city” is dependent on what kind of food you want, but generally many would agree that New York has it all – and they do.Read More
If you aren’t following Empellon or owner/chef Alex Stupak on Instagram, you should probably get on that. It’s food porn at its best and it makes you want to book a ticket to New York right away. Stupak opened Empellón Cocina shortly after opening Empellón Taqueria both located in New York.Read More
Horchata is a traditional Latin American and Spanish drink that’s refreshing, flavourful, lightly creamy and sweet, and very simple to prepare. It has a creamy milky texture but is made with rice and water instead of milk. Flavoured with cinnamon, it has all the comforts of rice pudding but in the form of an icy cool drink.Read More