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Monthly Archives: May 2014
Prince BBQ is by no means a restaurant but it is one of the vendors in the food court at Market Village. Why am I blogging about a food court shop? Because Prince BBQ serves really good BBQ meats and … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge captures a “candid moment of a person, place, or thing by telling a story by documenting a moment in time through a single image”. I think this picture speaks for itself. I was finally graduating university!!! … Continue reading
I started having allergies when I was around 11 years old in grade 6. Even though I had been in Canada for around seven years by that time, all of a sudden, I noticed that one day I started feeling sick … Continue reading
I was pleasantly surprised with how good the food was at this restaurant! I haven’t been to a Vietnamese restaurant for food lately and I was craving some pho on this particular day. My mom and I ventured to Bayview … Continue reading
My mom and I had a late lunch at Congee Time sometime last week after I was done my half day of court reporting. Yayyyy! I love not having to work the full day and getting time to spend with … Continue reading
TUM! What does that word mean to you? Does it make you think of ‘tummy’ as in your stomach? ‘Tums’ as in the little pills that help you with heartburn after a heavy meal? In Toronto, “TUM” means a foodie … Continue reading
This is it, guys! Thank you so, so much for participating in stenoodie’s very first giveaway and contest! This was a lot of fun for me to host and I hope you all had a fun time participating in it … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge was a little difficult for me to narrow down. What is a twist? It could be a twist of licorice, a twist of a plot in a story, a physical twist of a strand of hair … Continue reading
How many Hong Kong style cafes are out there in the predominantly Asian-populated communities of Markham, Richmond Hill, and Scarborough? There’s so many that I still haven’t tried them all! These restaurants feature dozens and dozens of delicious foods that … Continue reading