Hot summer is still not leaving Vancouver, which is a good news for me – I can make more popsicles. Recently, everyone is talking this Pineapple Cake Ice Cream Bar (鳳梨酥雪派) from a Taiwanese brand, A-Chino (阿奇儂). It was expensive, which is around $10 for 3 bars. So I decided to replicate this popsicle and made my own version.Continue reading “[RECIPE] A-Chino Pineapple Cake Ice Cream Bar”
After many days of procrastinating, I finally made something delicious. And I also developed my first vegan recipe, Matcha Oat Milk Popsicles with Tea Mochi. This recipe uses simple ingredients that you can find in The Mochi Set from Paragon Tea Room. It will take you less than 15 minutes to make these foolproof, kid-friendly popsicles.Continue reading “[RECIPE] Matcha Oat Milk Popsicles with Tea Mochi”
To prevent further spread of COVID-19, many are working from home. Some may be struggling to get groceries, or just tired of cooking and washing dishes. Contactless food delivery is here to rescue. There are numerous food delivery services that are available in Vancouver, and many are proactively adopting new policies to alleviate customers’ concerns with COVID-19. You can support local businesses through these delivery services. In this blog post, I included the companies that I have used before and are offering contactless delivery, as well as promo codes for first-time users.Continue reading “Contactless Food Delivery is Available in Canada”
Summer is the perfect time for ice cream, gelato, and sorbet, but do you know which one to choose from? You can find at least one full aisle filled with different brands of ice cream in any grocery stores in Vancouver. Few weeks ago, I tried a new product line with Asian-inspired flavors, CanAsian Ice Cream, created by Prairie West Ice Cream.Continue reading “Vanilla & Peanut-Free Ice Cream, only with CanAsian Ice Cream”
Recently, I did a series of Instagram stories on spending just $30 (excluding the admission) in this year’s Richmond Night Market, and many love it! Therefore, I decide to come up with an ultimate food guide for you, especially if you have limited budget. This year’s admission is $4.95 per person, with an option to purchase the Express Pass for $28 (include 6 visits). If you are planning to go only once, I prefer just getting the one-time pass. The line up doesn’t seem to have much difference, to be honest.
I was lucky to be invited to a media event, hosted by ChineseBites and Tourism Richmond. I tried 25 stalls in the Richmond Night Market, and I was surprised by this year’s creativity and overall quality of the food. Concluding my two visits to Richmond Night Market, here are the top 10 food items that you should try on your next visit.Continue reading “The Ultimate Food Guide to 2019 Richmond Night Market, especially if you have limited budget!”