Foodology

A peek inside Hawksworth Catering

As some of you already may know, Chef David Hawksworth and the entire Catering team is proud about the move of the culinary team into their new commissary kitchen, which has given them much more flexibility to create a variety [...]

May 31, 2018 British Columbia, catering

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Spring Long Table

In addition to being a beautiful place to live in, the west coast provides a bounty of gourmet wild food that can be foraged. We joined a long table dinner featuring wild spring greens at Rocky Mountain Flatbread. It was [...]

May 30, 2018 Kitsilano, WestCoast

Silk Lounge: Hidden Gem by Organic Farmer’s Ambitious Son

Have you ever seen silk on the ceiling or chandeliers of Egyptian gemstones? Just one block east of Gastown on Powell is a new escape into an opulent lounge of Indian and French cuisine with an unexpected healthy twist. It [...]

May 29, 2018 Cocktails, French, Fusion, Gastown, Indian

Science World: The Science Behind Pixar Review

Science World at TELUS World of Science always has awesome exhibits coming into town. From May 19, 2018 – January 6, 2019, you can take a peek into the magic of Pixar and explore the science behind some beloved animated [...]

May 28, 2018 British Columbia, travel

[Sneak Peek] 2018 BC Seafood Festival

The 2018 BC Seafood Festival is almost upon us. Just a few weeks left until it begins on June 8th – 17th in Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. The festival is twice as large as the previous year and is perfect for [...]

May 27, 2018 Event, Seafood

[Sneak Peek] Nana’s Green Tea in Vancouver BC

Nana’s Green Tea is opening in Vancouver, BC on June 6th, 2018. Nana’s opened in Tokyo 10 years ago and is a Japanese cafe specializing in all things matcha. Matcha is powdered green tea popularly used in drinks and desserts. All [...]

May 26, 2018 Cafe, Dessert, Japanese, Kerrisdale

Easily Cleaning a Glass Stove Top with the Weiman Cook Top Kit

My glass stove top is a mess after a week of cooking. There are stains from pasta sauce and water that has boiled over. I have a love hate relationship with glass stove tops because they are a pain to [...]

May 26, 2018 Cleaning

Kurumucho: Japanese Taco Shop in Vancouver

Kurumucho is a Japanese Taco Shop in Vancouver. M and I wanted to grab a bite before seeing a movie, so we decided to come here for some of their unique tacos. The menu looks very healthy, so it is [...]

May 25, 2018 Downtown, Fusion, Gluten-Free, Japanese, Mexican, Seafood, Three Beakers, Vegetarian

2 Ingredient Matcha Affogato

This is a Japanese twist to a classic Italian Affogato, which is a scoop of ice cream with a shot of espresso. I thought to myself, what would happen if I substituted it with matcha instead of espresso? I got [...]

May 24, 2018 Dessert, Recipes

Original’s Café Mexicano: Authentic Mexican Cuisine in Port Moody

My friend Hilda told me about Original’s Café Mexicano on Clarke Street in Port Moody in this heritage house. I had no idea it was in such a cute place. We came here after work on a weekday and it was [...]

May 23, 2018 Four Beakers, Kid Friendly, Mexican, Port Moody

Blazing Sushi: Food Court Aburi-style Sushi in Vancouver

Blazing Sushi recently opened up in the International Village Food Court by Stadium Skytrain in Vancouver. My friend told me about them serving up food court aburi-style sushi and that got me very curious how it can compare to the [...]

May 22, 2018 Chinatown, Japanese, Sushi, Three Beakers

Dublin Calling Rooftop is Now Open on Granville Street

Dublin Calling is a Irish Pub and Kitchen on Granville Street. They recently launched their rooftop patio for the Summer for guests to gather over drinks, food and savour all the sunshine that will come our way. The the main [...]

May 21, 2018 Cocktails, Downtown, irish, Late Night

Mosquito: Dessert and Champagne Lounge in Vancouver

Mosquito is a dessert and champagne lounge in Vancouver located right in the heart of Gastown. There aren’t that many high-end dessert shops in the area, so we decided to come here after dinner for a drink and sweets. The [...]

May 20, 2018 Dessert, Gastown, Late Night, Three Beakers

Earls Ambleside Beach: Brunch Happy Hour $8 Dishes

Earls has finally opened their Ambleside Beach location in West Vancouver. The new waterfront dining destination is in the Grosvenor Ambleside development a few feet from the water, which has a view of Lions Gate Bridge and Stanley Park. This [...]

May 19, 2018 Brunch, Happy Hour, West Vancouver

How to Eat Local in the Fraser Valley

Article and photos by Natalie Green. We went on a road trip with Angie Quaale (@AngieQuaale) in anticipation of her book release Eating Local in the Fraser Valley. We were taken to 6 great locations in the Fraser Valley, specifically [...]

May 18, 2018 Abbotsford, Langley, travel, winery

Honolulu Coffee: Kona Coffee in Hawaii

Honolulu Coffee has been around since 1992 in downtown Honolulu. They have locations all around the world and there is one in Vancouver that I’ve been to before, but when in Honolulu, I had to come here to see how [...]

May 17, 2018 Cafe, Hawaii

Cineplex Cinemas D-Box: Review

One of the newer features at Cineplex is their D-Box immersive experience where the seats rumble and move with the movie. We came here on a Tuesday, when the prices are cheaper than the rest of the week to watch [...]

May 16, 2018 British Columbia, travel

Terra Vancouver: Unique Plant-based Pop Up Dinners

Terra Vancouver creates unique plant-based pop ups in Vancouver, British Columbia. Their goal is to bring together great culinary expertise and passion for innovative dining experiences for gluten-free and vegan lifestyles – perfect for Vancouverites. These events are currently hosted once [...]

May 15, 2018 British Columbia, Gluten-Free, Pop-Up Shop, Vegetarian
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