[食譜] 紫薯冰皮月餅

中秋節就快到啦!我屋企人通常都會買好多月餅番屋企,但係今年我決定自己整。由於出面街嘅月餅都好,又好多防腐劑。所以我想整啲用料天然,健康又少甜嘅冰皮月餅。近期好多人都中意將紫薯放入唔同嘅甜品,因為佢顏色鮮豔,又高營養同少卡路里。我今次都㨂用紫薯做餡料。雖然整紫薯冰皮月餅睇落好似好難,但係整過先知原來又容易又好玩。大家都不妨試吓整啦! Continue reading “[食譜] 紫薯冰皮月餅”

[RECIPE] Matcha Mochi Bread

I recently got some Japanese Matcha powder from Heapwell Superfoods and hope to add them into some of my desserts. My boyfriend doesn’t like any type of bitterness from his desserts, and he loves red bean. So I decided to go online and learn how to make this Matcha Mochi Bread. At first I thought kneading a dough would be very difficult, but after trying it, it is actually quite fun and simple. You just need to have some patience and energy during kneading. You can even knead the dough with your kids or husbands/boyfriends to add some extra fun.

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Kosoo Restaurant

West End is filled with Korean restaurants, and we, the Yelp Squad, decided to go to this Korean fusion restaurant, hoping to seek for unique and delicious dishes. Kosoo Restaurant specializes in using Korean and Japanese ingredients and adding a twist to authentic dishes with French cooking techniques. One of the signature dishes is the Cheese Chicken Galbi, where you dip the spicy Korean style chicken in stingy and gooey mozzarella cheese. We, a group of six, ordered six appetizers and one main dish. We were all stuffed and had fun. I recommended to come here in a bigger group, so you can enjoy varieties of dishes at once.
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Bambu

I was very excited when I heard there is a newly opened dessert place in my neighborhood. Bambu features Chè or Vietnamese home-made beverages, dessert drinks, and puddings. With over 70 locations in the U.S., the first store in Canada finally arrived in Vancouver. Since the store is very close to my house, I just can’t resist to come here more often. Continue reading “Bambu”

Sai Woo

Having a brunch date with my love one is my favourite thing to do on the weekends, and recently, Sai Woo became my newest to-go brunch place. Being a classy and spacious restaurant, it features casual Asian fusion food, by adding twists to Western dishes. I was invited by Andrew to a media tasting for Sai Woo’s new brunch menu and cocktails. As it was my first time visiting this restaurant, I was excited to try out some of the creative dishes. Continue reading “Sai Woo”