Foodology

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Lunch at Kitchen by Yugo in Downtown Vancouver

Kitchen by Yugo is located on Denman and Robson specializing in French and Japanese Fusion cuisine. I’ve heard lots about this place and I decided to come with a friend for lunch as it’s interesting how they will marry these [...]

January 22, 2018 French, Fusion, Japanese, lunch, Robson Street/West End, Sushi, Three Beakers

How to Find Cheap NHL Tickets

When in New York, visiting as a Canadian tourist is definitely not cheap. One of the fun things we did in the evening was go to a New York Islanders vs Vancouver Canucks games. It’s pretty easy to find tickets [...]

January 21, 2018 British Columbia, Brooklyn, New York, travel

BlackBird Pub House: $20 Dine Out Vancouver Menu

This year’s Donnelly Group Dine Out Vancouver menus blend new food program highlights with a number of fresh dishes created by the culinary team. With hearty entrees, satisfying vegetarian options, and tempting desserts-all made-from-scratch-Donnelly Group is proud to offer delicious, [...]

January 20, 2018 Dineout, Downtown, Pub/Bar, Three Beakers

Simple Ways to Eat Smoked Salmon

Sliced Smoked Salmon There are many types of smoked salmon products, but you are probably most familiar with the sliced smoked salmon that comes frozen. It’s very versatile in just about anything. With it’s smokey flavour and soft texture, cream [...]

January 19, 2018 product, Recipes

Kit Kat Canada Espresso Biscuit & Ganache Review

Kit Kat Canada has their Confectionary line of chocolate bars on store shelves now. I picked up the Espresso Biscuit and Ganache, but there is also Caramel Burst & Sea Salt and Mint Cream & Cookie Smash. Finally we are [...]

January 18, 2018 product

Mineral Exploration at AME’s Discovery Day: Free Event on January 21

Did you know, British Columbia is one of the world’s major mining regions. Our province encompasses the largest part of the Canadian Cordillera, a mountain belt rich in minerals and coal. British Columbia is an important producer and exporter of [...]

January 18, 2018 Event

Making Zoodles with Cuisinart Food Spiralizer

The fad of making zoodles / zucchinni noodles is all over the internet as a grain-free and healthy alternative to making “pasta”. I got this hand-powered machine – Cuisinart Food Spiralizer to make dinners more exciting and easy to prep my [...]

January 17, 2018 pasta, product, Recipes, seafood, Small Appliances

The Pie Hole: Now Open in Burnaby

The Pie Hole opened their new location in Burnaby this weekend. Their first location is on Fraser Street and since it was a hit, they opened this one in Burnaby. Great for me since I live in Burnaby. Jenell Parsons is [...]

January 15, 2018 Dessert, Four Beakers, South Burnaby, Specialty Shop

Beijiang Restaurant: Halal Uyghur Cuisine in Richmond

Beijiang Restaurant opened in 2009 as the first Halal restaurant in Vancouver serving Uyghur dishes like Dapanji and Cumin Lamb. They recently moved to Leslie Road in Richmond, which now has their own parking lot. I was invited to check [...]

January 14, 2018 Chinese, Four Beakers, Richmond

Four by Brother Luck in Colorado Springs: Review

Last Fall, I was visiting Colorado Springs and all the locals were raving about Four by Brother Luck and how he will be in Top Chef. He is no stranger to the culinary scene as he appreared on Beat Bobby Flay [...]

January 13, 2018 Colorado, Three Beakers

Kit Kat Canada Green Tea Review

Gimme a break, Gimme a break, Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat Bar. For Chinese New Year, Kit Kat has launched Green Tea flavoured Kit Kat Bars into grocery stores across Canada. Green Tea / Matcha Kit [...]

January 12, 2018 product

Coffee Crisp Stix Salted Caramel Review

The latest candy to hit Canadian grocery store shelves are Coffee Crisp Stix with Salted Caramel for a limited time. It was on sale for $1 for this 32g package that contains 2 wafer bars. It’s like a Twix Bar. [...]

January 11, 2018 British Columbia, product

Starbucks Canada: Sous Vide Egg Bites Review

Starbucks Canada launched the Sous Vide Egg Bites – perfectly cooked, cage-free eggs prepared using the French “sous vide” technique resulting in a creamy, velvety texture that’s bursting with flavour. They do resemble hockey pucks, but are delicious. They were released in [...]

January 10, 2018 British Columbia, Cafe

Easy 3 Ingredient Thai Iced Tea

Thai Iced Tea is an absolute treat and my friend finally encouraged me to make this at home instead of spending all my money drinking these at restaurants. There’s many variations of making Thai Iced Tea, but I don’t like [...]

January 9, 2018 product, Recipes, Thai

Bon Chon Chicken: Soy Garlic Fried Chicken

Bon Chon Chicken is a South Korean-based international fried chicken restaurant chain in New York. Majority of the US locations are in California and New York. We came on Thanksgiving long weekend and they were open. We wanted to come [...]

January 8, 2018 Korean, Late Night, Three Beakers

Pho 95: Vietnamese Food in Denver

Pho 95 is a popular Vietnamese restaurant for locals in Denver Colorado to get their piping hot bowl of comforting pho. They currently have 2 locations – one in Littleton and Denver. When we were visiting Denver, we were all [...]

January 7, 2018 Colorado, Four Beakers, Noodles, Vietnamese

Momofuku Milk Bar: Disappointing Time in New York

Momofuku Milk Bar has seen better days. I’ve had it in Toronto and also my previous visit to New York at their East Village location. Since it was our first night in New York on this particular trip, I wanted [...]

January 6, 2018 Dessert, New York, One Beaker

Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant in New York

Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant is a simple Chinese cafe specializing in soups, noodles, and dumplings by hand. This hole in the wall has some really cheap food. Everything is $3.50 or under. That is an amazing price for New [...]

January 4, 2018 Chinese, New York, Noodles, Three Beakers
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