Metrotown + Qoola + dinner

Today I went to Metrotown with Es S. I didn’t buy anything except for a bandeau and  frozen yogurt at Qoola. So difficult resisting the temptation to shop. sigh LOL

Anyways, here is my Qoola:

For my toppings, I got mochi ( my fav), strawberries, Reese pieces, Oreo’s, ground flax seed and this liquid filled ball thing ( I’m not really sure what it is but it bursts open when you bite into it)

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Food Truck adventures #1: Off the Wagon Tacos

Here is the first installment for my food truck segment!

I accidentally went to the Farmers Market on Wednesday.. lol I was busing home from my dads shop and got off Main street skytrain station to take the skytrain home, that is when I saw the Farmers Market. I totally forgot that they were open that day.

Anyways, I got a quick bite from Off the Wagon Tacos

Off the Wagon Tacos also offers gluten free, vegan and vegetarian tacos! They also offer drinks which usually differ, but since i don’t drink pop, I have never tried any of them.

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Insnax Pita crips vs President’s Choice Pita crisp

Today I’ll be doing a comparison between insnax Multigrain & Garden Herb Pita crisp and President’s Choice Multigrain Pita Crips

President's Choice and insnax Pita crips

After sampling some of the insnax pita crisp at Eat! Vancouver, I thought it was pretty tasty and decided to buy a bag at Superstore. When I got to the snack aisle, I also saw that President’s Choice had a similar product, so I decided to do a comparison.

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Lazy day at home

♪Today I don’t feel like doing anything… I just wanna lay on my bed♫ LOL.. anyways I didn’t really do anything today. I was planning on going to the farmers market but decided not too since I didn’t feel like spending money today. I stayed home all day and watched the Food network

LOL yup, watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.

Anyways, here are some pictures of some of the food I made

Baked spring rolls with home made fish dipping sauce

I baked some pork, shrimp and green onion spring rolls and dipped it into my home made fish sauce.

For lunch I made a Vegetable Curry Quessadilla.  I put Japanese vegetable curry ( potatoes, onions, and mixed veggies) inside a whole wheat tortilla and sprinkled it with some reduced fat cheddar cheese. Yes, it sounds weird but it tasted pretty good 😉


And here is a picture of my brothers lunch

Chicken Katsu Sandwich

He made a Chicken Katsu ( which I made actually LOL) open faced sandwich on whole wheat bread with cheddar cheese ( which he forgot to melt LOL) and mixed greens. You’re probably wondering why its on the table… it’s because my brother is too lazy to wash dishes so he uses the table instead LOL.

After I went grocery shopping by myself because my brother wanted to sleep. I bought groceries for the Father’s day dinner I’m making tomorrow. Anyways, I guess that is all for now…….

Slickity Jim’s Chat and Chew

3475 Main Street Vancouver, BC

Today Maggie and I went to Slickity Jim’s Chat and Chew . We’ve been wanting to go for some time, and today we found the perfect opportunity. I forgot my memory card at home, so I had to use my crappy phone camera 😦Slickity Jim’s decor is very Victorian and old school diner like.


The restaurant at first glance appears to be very small, but there is actually more seating in the back. It also has an open kitchen, I could see the good looking chef in action 😉

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worlds most expensive foods

I’m bored, so I decided to do this post. Hope you guys enjoys these random posts LOL

1. the Double Truffle Hamburger at DB Bistro Moderne in Manhattan

At $99, the Double Truffle Hamburger contains three ounces of rib meat mixed with truffles and foie gras stuffed inside seven ounces of sirloin steak and served on a Parmesan and poppy seed bun, with salad and truffle shavings. For penny-pinchers and calorie counters, the Single Truffle version is a mere $59.

2. Almas Caviar

The world’s most expensive caviar is a type of Iranian beluga called Almas. It comes from sturgeons that are between 60 and 100 years old. A 3.9-pound container will set you back $48,750.

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