For many, the very thought of oysters sends them bolting straight to the opposite direction. I found this somewhat true in Taiwan where oyster pancakes, popcorn oysters, and dilled oyster fritters. Seriously, how can you not like oysters? This phenomenon only inflated when I came to Vancouver, yes, sushi capital of North America (sorry, Los… Continue reading ostroconophobia
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the result of other peoples' thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition." -Steve Jobs It's… Continue reading all in eh?
"If you're cooking for a woman, make a good risotto and a salad. If you don't have time to make dessert, you can go and buy some macaroons to have later." -Wolfgang Puck The man's right. On so many levels that probably never crossed his mind when he said those words. One. Women I know love… Continue reading Resistant Little Heart
Under normal circumstances I'm calm and umm... perhaps disconnected (not sure it's the right word, but that's not remotely important). ANYWAYS, oh my foodness gracious I can' t wait to share this salad with you. And for you meat-and-potato guys out there, yeah you, I'm feeling pretty solid on this one. I mean, filled with crispy roasted… Continue reading Ain’t No Outrunning the Potato
Get ready! Because you're about to be hit by a blizzard , no it's not winter anymore, I mean, explosion of recipes, all of which are vegan, super vibrant, fresh, and absolutely delicious! For those of you who are staying in touch via instagram (it's on the right-hand-side, just click and follow to stay up-to-plate… Continue reading A Bit of Spring Cleaning
Being should not require an explanation. I am who I am. You are who you are. He is who he is. It's very straight-forward, like conjugating verbs. In fact, there are more verbes (oops, excuse the french spelling...I tend to automatically go into french mode when I start thinking about grammaire and conjugasons) in this… Continue reading A Girl and Agar