It’s 10pm and you can’t sleep, so what’s a foodie to do? For FancyFrite Janine and I, it’s time to get our science on and play around with her molecular gastronomy kit from Molecule-r. The kit includes sachets of all the chemical ingredients you need, plus equipment to carry out all the demonstrated recipes that are shown on the how-to dvd, also included. Janine had seen an “egg” d
I’ve never really been a big fan of battered English style fish and chips. My mom owned a fish and chips restaurant when I was in middle-school and I distinctly remember eating more chicken strips than fried fish. This isn’t saying her fish wasn’t good (love you mom), in fact it was fantastic, I just found the batter too filling and rich for my taste. Anyways enough about me and more about the food.
I was driving along Burnside the other day and this restaurant caught my eye. I quickly looked it up on-line (not while driving of course) and found loads of great reviews about this place. My first visit to Trini was last Thursday. The inside of the place is decorated in Caribbean colours with only a few tables to sit at, it’s counter service, and the plates and cutlery are all disposable but I came here for t
Sunshine in Seattle! What’s a foodie to do to take advantage of a rare beautiful day? Yesterday, I decided to enjoy a walk down to the Public Market for some Ginger Beer from Rachel’s Ginger Beer, some flowers, and some general browsing. My usual check in at Sur La Table ended up in a gnocchi board purchase, inspiring me to make my goat cheese and Ricotta Gnocchi; I later spotted some gorgeous beets and k