Pastries/Cookies

Follow Me Foodie: What to eat at Richmond Night Market

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Whoa! Looks cool huh? Currently you can only find the “IceCane” at the Richmond Night Market, but don’t let this be the only thing to convince you to check it out. The annual Richmond Night Market (8351 River Rd.) is back every Friday-to-Sunday until Oct. 13.

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London, UK – Afternoon Tea in London (One Aldwych Hotel & The Royal Horseguards Hotel)

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Afternoon Tea in London is an event, but more so with tourists although locals still participate for special occasions or for business. It’s quite pricey so it’s not something people do every day. Most hotels in London will offer an Afternoon Tea service and usually it will be themed.

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Girona, Spain – El Celler de Can Roca (World’s Best Restaurant) – Chef’s Tasting Menu (Act 1-6)

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The Roca brothers are “The Three Tenors” of the culinary world. They sing a different tune, but create a culinary opera. Dinner here is a concert, and they are harmonious in their skills and talent. They stay true to humble beginnings and themselves, and stay connected and rooted to the restaurant.

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Dynasty Seafood Restaurant – Alaskan King Crab Dinner (Vancouver)

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Wow. What an experience! I’m grateful to have been going for Alaskan King Crab dinners for years now, but I haven’t had one like this ever. I’m still gushing about it and it’s been weeks since this epic dinner. Don’t forget to pre-order the Braised Duck with Mushrooms which is as memorable as the crab courses.

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Follow Me Foodie to New York: Restaurants, bars, food & drinks worth flying for!

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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.

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New York – An interview with Dan Kluger & dining at ABC Kitchen with Jean-Georges

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The menu offered refined American food and some reinterpreted classics and it had all the parts to a successful restaurant. The household name certainly helps, but it doesn’t rely on it to fill seats. The ingredients are fresh and it is food you felt good about eating.

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New York – An interview with Daniel Humm & dining at Eleven Madison Park

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Eleven Madison Park needs no introduction, but I still have to give it one. Last year it was ranked #5 in S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants list making it the highest ranked restaurant in the US. Here is my dining experience and interview with Executive Chef Daniel Humm.

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