Foodology

Monthly Archives: May 2015

Dairyland Celebrates 100 Years #Dairyland100

Dairyland celebrates 100 years and they have changes their packaging for a limited time. The design is a throwback to their early days. In 1917, Fraser Valley Milk Producers Association began it’s first operations. Two years later in 1919, they [...]

February 28, 2017 British Columbia, product

Doritos Canada: Guacamole Chips Review

Doritos Canada has come out with the limited edition Guacamole chips. I love guacamole, so I was excited to see how they would take the essence of guacamole and transform it into chip form. The chips have a slight green [...]

February 27, 2017 product

Lunar New Year with Red Rooster Winery and their Bold New Look

Though the Lunar New Year dinners have come and gone, and I have since recovered from all the gluttony, there’s one dinner that sticks out in my mind. We were recently invited to the unveiling of Red Rooster Winery’s brand [...]

February 26, 2017 British Columbia, Event, winery

A&W: Chicken Buddy Burger Review

A&W released their Chicken Buddy Burger Chicken. It contains their Buddy-sized portion of their chicken patty, hamburger bun, Chubby mayo, and pickles. It’s one of the cheaper burgers on the menu for $2.50. It’s a bite-sized burger, but it works [...]

February 25, 2017 British Columbia, Fast Food

Smoking Pig: Korean Food in Coquitlam

Smoking Pig is a new restaurant that opened up in Coquitlam and it’s opened by the people who created Ramengers. I came here with the family for lunch. The parking is limited as there are only a few spots out [...]

February 24, 2017 Coquitlam, Korean, lunch, Three Beakers

Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar: Happy Hour

Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar has Happy Hour from 3pm – 6pm daily. The location is great as it’s close to Burrard Skytrain station and also right by the Scotiabank Theatre. I came with a few friend after work to [...]

February 23, 2017 Downtown, Four Beakers, Happy Hour, WestCoast

Sala Thai: Thai Cuisine in Downtown Vancouver

Sala Thai serves up authentic Thai cuisine in Downtown Vancouver. They are a family-run restaurant and have been operating for over 20 years. I came here with some friends for dinner and it’s been a long time since I’ve been [...]

February 22, 2017 Downtown, Kid Friendly, Noodles, Thai, Three Beakers

Campagnolo Upstairs: Dirty Burgers and the Secret Menu

Campagnolo Upstairs is a hidden gem for those who love cocktails and burgers. I came with M and MagMei after work to try out their delicious dirty burger. You enter from the door on the right side and go up [...]

February 21, 2017 Four Beakers, Strathcona

Cactus Club: Frozen Blood Orange Margaritas and Appetizers

Cactus Club Cafe has one of their most stunning locations at Jack Poole Plaza by the Olympic Cauldron. After work, a few of us stopped by to try their new Frozen Blood Orange Margaritas as well as try a few [...]

February 20, 2017 Canadian, Downtown, Late Night, Three Beakers

Les Cocottes: Genuinely French Delivery in Vancouver

Les Cocottes is a new Canadian subscription box for delicious French treats right at your door step. This is based in Vancouver, BC and founded by two French ex-pats -Margaux and Lorena. They carefully curate each box with 5-7 of the best [...]

February 19, 2017 Delivery, product

Yves: Kale & Quinoa Bites, Falafel Balls, and Veggie Ground Rounds Review

Yves Veggie Cuisine can be found at most grocery stores in Canada. It’s a line of delicious and nutritious plant-based snacks and meal options. These are healthy and convenient meal options for vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters. As a meat-eater, I [...]

February 18, 2017 product

Science of Cocktails 2017: Recap

Science of Cocktails is back for a second year and the event sold out early this year. Science World at TELUS World of Science was transformed into Vancouver’s largest laboratory, where the city’s most talented bartenders and chefs will showcase [...]

February 17, 2017 British Columbia, Event

Starbucks Canada: New Blonde Espresso

Starbucks Canada has finally introduced a second choice in espresso with the launch of the Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast. Their signature espresso was created in 1975 and has been the main blend for Starbucks until now. I was invited to [...]

February 16, 2017 British Columbia, Cafe

Disney’s The Little Mermaid at Michael J. Fox Theatre: Review

Photo Credit: Natalie De Los Santos The Little Mermaid, based on the animated Disney film is playing at Michael J. Fox Theatre by Align Entertainment from February 3 – 18. It is a story about Ariel, a mermaid who dreams of the world above the [...]

February 15, 2017 British Columbia, Event

Edible Museum: Canadian Food and Wine Recap

Photo Credit: Foodgressing As we explore 150 years of Canada, a unique pop-up event – Edible Museum was open last week for one day only and it focused on Canadian food and wine history by immersing guests in Canada’s epicurean history. Photo Credit: Foodgressing Guests [...]

February 14, 2017 British Columbia, Event

Laphroaig Select: Review

Laphroaig, the world’s number one selling Islay single malt and at the end of 2016, they launched Laphroaig Select in Canada. Laphroaig makes excellent Scotch and we always keep a bottle of 10 Year Old in our liquor cabinet. The liquid [...]

February 13, 2017 product

White Spot: New WS Legendary Pirate Paks

White Spot’s Pirate Pak has been redesigned. Their icon look hasn’t changed since 1968, but on February 13th (Family Day), families will encounter a fun surprise when ordering the classic Pirate Pak. More than 25 million Pirate Paks have been [...]

February 12, 2017 British Columbia, Canadian, Downtown, Kid Friendly

Temper: Pastries, Desserts, and Hot Chocolate in West Vancouver

Temper Chocolate & Pastry is located in West Vancouver in the Dundarave neighbourhood. Owner and chef, Steven Hodge grew up in this neighbourhood and decided to put his years of experience to use by opening up his own shop. He has [...]

February 12, 2017 Cafe, Dessert, Four Beakers, West Vancouver