A Recap on PICA Kitchen Party from Vancouver International Wine Festival

In addition to the Grand Tasting, I have also attended two other events hosted by the Vancouver International Wine Festival, and one of them the PICA Kitchen Party, my favourite event of all. It was held at the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA) at Granville Island. It features international wines, paired with small bites prepared by top Vancouver chefs from various restaurants.

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2020 Burgermania is back at Glowbal

I have heard so much about Glowbal’s Burgermania since last year, but I never got a chance to try it until this year. I am both excited and surprised by the varieties of burgers Glowbal is offering. From March 16 to 27, diners can enjoy one of five full-sized burgers, and each is paired with a unique side. Burgermania will be available on Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm.

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All you need to know at 2020 Vancouver Wine Festival, Tasting Room

I am slowly recovering from all the wine that I consumed from few weeks ago at the 2020 Vancouver Wine Festival. Despite I am not a wine drinker, I enjoyed my time, and I think this year’s wine festival was a huge success. It was my first time going, and I didn’t know what to expect until I was there. Many of you also message me and asked if the Vancouver Wine Festival is worth every buck. So here I am to answer all your questions.

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Saturday Breakfast at the Dirty Apron

Weekend is all about brunch and almost all popular locations in Vancouver is filled with long line ups. But I am about to introduce you one with the minimal lineup and affordable, delicious breakfast/brunch. The Dirty Apron Cooking School, Delicatessen & Catering locates just right next to Jam Cafe on Beatty Street. They are known for cooking classes, but do you know they also serve amazing breakfast on weekdays and Saturdays?

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Lumiere Patisserie: Affordable, Unique Tea-Infused Pastries

Recently, I have been trying some tea infused pastries from a new local online shop – Lumiere Patisserie. The founder of Lumiere Patisserie, Amy Chen, is a passionate pastry chef and has ongoing passion and interest in the baking industry. She wants to incorporate Asian culture and tea into classic French pastries. She also wants her guests to enjoy her treats without hesitate, so her pastries uses high-quality ingredients, with minimal sugar and fat.

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