Foodology started in August 2010 as a food centric blog and has evolved into a food and travel blog including dining reviews, product reviews, attractions, travel, news and event coverage. As a top blog in Canada, we work with local small businesses to large multinational corporations to discover new stories to share with our community.
Creator and Editor
A Marketing and Communications professional by day and blogger by night. 3,000+ restaurants visited in 7 years. She is also a crazy cat lady of 2.
Favourite Food: Burmese cuisine especially tea leaf salad and Moh Hinga
Best place on earth: Beautiful British Columbia
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A Vancouverite with a huge appetite for food and fashion! When she’s not dining out (which is all too often), she can be seen binge-watching HGTV, Food Network or pinning away fashion inspo on Pinterest.
Favourite Food: Japanese, particularly izakaya and sushi.
Favourite place to travel to: Hawaii
Raised by Singaporean parents, Colette grew up thinking it was normal to contemplate about her next meal like it was her last. When she’s not working as a sponsorship marketer, she spends her time enjoying Toronto’s patio “culture,” playing volleyball, and hunting for her next bowl of noodles.
Favourite Food: Three way tie between Hainanese Chicken Rice/Tonkatsu Ramen/Funghi Pasta with Truffle Oil
Favourite place to travel to: Bordeaux
Press and Media
We sat down with Lynda Steele on her segment “Steele on Your Side” on CTV to discuss some of the Secret Menus in Fast Food Chains.
We made an appearance on Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here with Host John Cattuci to devour Bahn Mi Sandwiches at DD Mau located in Vancouver, BC.
We made an appearance on Food Network’s Eat Street while checking out Re-Up BBQ in Vancouver, BC for some highly addictive southern style barbecue.
The North Shore Writers Festival is a celebration of Canadian authors. I was invited tospeak on the ‘Art of Food Writing’ panel to share my experiences on food blogging and dining out. Among the panel was Barbara-jo McIntosh (Barbara-jo’s Books to Cooks),Stephanie Yuen (East Meets West), Mijune Pak (Follow Me Foodie) and Andrew Morrison (Scout Magazine).
The ratings are out of 5 beakers and are rated objectively tuned to my own tastes. I am not an expert food critic, I just tell the tales of my experiences at the restaurants I attend – The good, the bad, and the ugly.
Is this even food?
It was so bad I did not even eat it
Very horrible food, would not return.
Only eat it if it was convenient
Was not impressed
Really good! Would return again…and again…and again..
The places I would highly recommend to friends in a heart beat