Even if you have to taxi, LC’s Bar-B-Q is a must-do in Kansas City. This is worth flying for, or at the very least it was worth the 3-3.5 hour road trip from St. Louis… which is what I did. I seriously have meat dreams about this place and I long for the day I can go back and stuff my face in this smoky delicious saucy Kansas City barbeque. Come to mama!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).
For the last few years all eyes have been on Spain, especially when it comes to fine dining. Blame it on the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards and having the majority of them from Spain, or on Ferran Adrià for pioneering modernist cuisine, but regardless, Spain is arguably “the France” of today – an emerging food scene and hub for culinary inspiration.Read More
What’s happening in Gastown? More like what’s not happening in Gastown! These are not necessarily “the best dishes” or in any particular order, but to get you started, here are 10 things you should try in Gastown.Read More
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
PiDGiN is not an Asian restaurant, but it is certainly Asian inspired. Most courses were very good and I have faith in the team. It just lacked the minor, but noticeable details and finesse of a polished dish and I’m not comparing it to fine dining.Read More
It’s no secret that I have a soft spot for eggs. The yolk is a natural and effortless sauce and it’s so much more than breakfast food. So while the kids are looking for eggs, I’m going to send you on your own Easter egg hunt. Here are just a few of my favourite egg dishes in Vancouver.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