From the monthly archives:

May 2011

Review: Gudrun Tasting Room

by gigi on May 26, 2011

Another guest post from Cat! It’s been such a long time since I was last in Steveston…would really like to try this out sometime ————————————————————— Last Friday, my friends and I decided to go to Gudrun Tasting Room for some wine and cheese before dinner.  Gudrun is a quiet wine and cheese joint, tucked away […]

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My post on Alaska king crab is so far past the season that I considered scrapping this post altogether. But since we ate other items at Imperial Court to supplement the main dish of Alaska king crab, I decided to stick with it. When I originally called my mom to ask if she’d like to […]

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Review: La Brasserie Street

by gigi on May 19, 2011

I had been hearing a lot about one of the newer additions to Vancouver’s street cart scene: La Brasserie Street. I was intrigued by their simple menu as I find that most street carts are generally better when they stick to 1-2 things that they are good at. Of course, there’s always the exception but […]

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While we were in Melaka, I shared with Jenkins’ cousins my food list. They were impressed with the amount of “homework” I had done prior to the trip and endeavoured to help me check off as many things off my list as possible. Some of the restaurants I had listed in Melaka, they were already […]

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Melaka is quite well known for its Nyonyan or Peranakan people, a term used to describe the descendants of (often) male Chinese immigrants who came to the Malaysian peninsula and surrounding regions during the 15th and 16th centuries and married the local Malay women. Many of these people became quite affluent and created their own […]

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As I start sharing our adventures in Melaka, I have one confession to make. Since Jenkins and I were taken around by Jenkins’ cousins, I did not note down any addresses or locations of the places we went to. This was a bit of a shame because Jenkins’ cousins knew a ton of good places […]

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