When it comes to Asian cuisine, salads are more common in South East Asia than East Asia, and they are particulaly popular in Thailand. Although greens are available, many of their salads are made with herbs, and sometimes fruit.Read More
The first-ever Feast on the Fraser takes place September 25 – October 4 in New Westminster, BC. The 10-day culinary event showcases a signature experience every day by a restauant in the area.Read More
Pork Belly, Pickled Vegetables, BBQ Sugar, Polenta paired with Pure Leaf Peach Real Brewed Tea It’s a challenging recipe and it will take some…Read More
I’m fortunate to not have food allergies, so I don’t have dietary restrictions, and was surprised to find that these Lemon Coconut Old-Fashioned Cake Donuts were gluten-free and dairy-free.Read More
As the weather gets warmer, lighter meals, summer ingredients and grilling come to mind, so I decided to go with a Southeast Asian theme for my Cascade Platinum dinner party. See recipes for: Burmese Tea Leaf Salad, Pok Pok grilled pork shoulder, and Grilled Corn with Salty Coconut Cream.Read More
The first time I came across this salad was actually at Burma Superstar in San Francisco in 2010. It was an instant love. A crunchy salad with lots of nuts and seeds is right up my ally. It’s healthy, full of good fats, and thus substantial.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”?
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