From the monthly archives:

March 2011

After a seven hour flight from Tokyo, Jenkins and I arrived in the second city of our Asia trip: Singapore. I knew when I was planning the Singapore portion of our trip that I had to have the Hainanese chicken, considered by many to be Singapore’s national dish. I found that Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken […]


Review: Sushi King House (Kerrisdale)

by gigi on March 28, 2011

Shortly after Jenkins and I came back from our Asia trip, we were a bit reluctant to go to a Japanese restaurant too soon after our return. However, we were forced to take the punch finally when we were walking around in Kerrisdale late one afternoon looking for a super late lunch. For some reason, […]


Closing thoughts on our Japan trip

by gigi on March 22, 2011

It’s been over a week since the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan. Even now, there is daily news about the nuclear situation at the Fukushima Daiich nuclear plant. Since that time, I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on our recent trip there and all the kind and friendly people we met along […]


Rasoee Giveaway Winners

by jenkins on March 20, 2011

Congrats to Jacqueline and AK for winning the coupon giveaway from Rasoee! I’ll email you guys with the details on how to receive your coupons. For those of you who did not win, thanks for entering and you still have until 12AM tonight to buy Rasoee’s curry wrap for $1 via All proceeds will […]


Friday Finds

by gigi on March 18, 2011

Welcome to this week’s Friday Finds! Here are a few links that I came across this week: photo credit: In-N-Out Burger Survival Guide This guy orders almost everything on the menu and took pictures while doing it! Inspiration for me as I’ll be going to San Francisco at the end of the month and […]


Today, we have a guest post recipe courtesy of Maria. With St. Patrick’s Day quickly approaching on Mar 17, I thought that Maria’s post came just in time. If you’re interested in posting an entry for Ho Yummy, please let us know! —————————————————— Celebrate your heritage—or just cultural diversity!—this St. Patrick’s Day with an easy, […]