Fig and duck prosciutto pizza, charcuterie and cocktails at Vancouver’s Grain Tasting Bar and summer sunsets at English Bay.
Even though I feel like I’m slowly getting my writing groove back, I find I kind of like doing these Wordless Wednesday posts. So I think I might keep doing them. It’s a nice way to share photos. Today’s are from the new Chef’s Tasting Menu at Vancouver’s Mosaic at the Hyatt. It’s running from June 14th – 28th. I got to taste every dish
Back in late spring of last year, I tried out a little Vancouver street food truck on the recommendation that they had the city’s best fish tacos. The truck was called Tacofino and, they were indeed the best fish tacos I’d had in Vancouver. Crunchy, lightly battered fish with remarkably fresh toppings. I ate it with great gusto sitting on the art gallery steps on
Sometimes, when you’ve been doing a lot of physical work and had a really long day, all while being on the road, the thought of trying to figure out what to eat is an exhausting chore… especially when there’s 5 of you voting on the restaurant choice. And sometimes, all you want is a great big juicy burger. So on this particular Friday night, that
Christmas! Already! I spent many years as a retail buyer/manager and I can tell you that for people in that capacity, Christmas runs 10 months of the year. It can lose its lustre pretty quickly if you’re not careful! Fortunately, that’s not really my world anymore 🙂 But I still get reminders of it from time to time – I was in Toronto as part
I’m a bit of an odd foodblogger because, despite my blog being much more about photography than the food, I very rarely take photos in restaurants. At least, not with my big camera. I’m not sure why. I will do it on occasion but it has to feel right. And most of the time it doesn’t. I tend to be a little shy with my
Ok. Here it is, the post y’all have been waiting for (that’s a little southern drawl, just for Ethan). I know this, because this dinner was one of the absolute highlights of my trip and I was practically levitating with excitement all day leading up to it. In fact, I was so excited, that I took a shocking lack of photos for the whole thing!
I love Thai food. As you may remember, I tried my hand at Thai Lettuce Wraps a few months back. Wellll… while I was toodling around on the internet the other day, I noticed a tweet by one of my favourite local Thai restuarants: The Thai House. They do cooking lessons!! O. M. G. That’s right… OMG. I am in my thirties and I am
I promised a little taste of Katz’s Deli in New York a while back and today I can deliver. Sorry, the photos aren’t the best – most of them were snapped quickly in the moment. And usually, we were so ready to dive into whatever we were eating, that I didn’t bother to take a picture. Sometimes you have to be in the moment instead