From the monthly archives:

November 2011

Review: Verace Pizzeria and Enoteca

by gigi on November 30, 2011

One sunny Saturday afternoon, Jenkins and I met up with Tricia and Darren for lunch at Verace Pizzeria and Enoteca. We had just been at a wedding and were looking for a bite to eat before heading off to the afternoon events. Darren suggested that we go to Verace since it was fairly close to […]

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Montreal: Garde Manger

by gigi on November 25, 2011

While we were planning our trip to Montreal, one place we really wanted to check out for dinner was Garde Manger. My mom is a huge fan of Chuck Hughes and his show Chuck’s Day Off on Food TV so I tried to call in about a month before our trip to make reservations. Unfortunately, […]

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Review: Bistro Sakana

by gigi on November 23, 2011

Bistro Sakana in Yaletown used to be on of Jenkins and my go-to places for Japanese food in downtown. For whatever reason, we hadn’t been for many years though so we decided to check it out one day when we were in the mood for Japanese food but didn’t want to wander too far from […]

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Review: Finch’s Tea & Coffee House

by gigi on November 18, 2011

This post is about one of the best sandwiches I’ve ever had. I think that’s saying a lot since I’m pretty picky about my sandwiches and have definitely sampled my fair share of sandwiches from a variety of restaurants, cuisines, and countries. So with that introduction, let me tell you a little more. I’m sure […]

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Montreal: Chez Cora

by gigi on November 15, 2011

For our first breakfast in Montreal, my family decided to eat at Chez Cora before we all went our separate ways for the day. Jenkins and I had gone to Chez Cora the last time we were in Montreal based on my cousin’s recommendation. Although it was a different location we had gone to, we […]

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Review: Mom’s Grilled Cheese Truck

by gigi on November 9, 2011

I’m a huge grilled cheese sandwich fan. I remember when I was younger, my mom used to make these things for me all the time and once I was old enough, I started making my own grilled cheese sandwiches, experimenting with different breads and cheeses. When I had heard from Vancouver Slop that Mom’s Grilled […]

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