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Koryo Saram Carrot Salad

Koreans in Russia and other former Soviet Republics, or Koryo Saram as they call themselves, are the oldest Korean diaspora in the world, having migrated to Russia from Korea in late 19th century. Their cuisine is a…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
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Oodles and oodles of noodles

Guest writer: Joseph Wu (origami expert, noodle nut, and husband to regular Foodist contributor, Nancy Wu) When Nancy was invited to participate in Tourism Richmond’s Noodle-Mania event, she immediately asked if I…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, January 12th, 2011
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Celadon – Passion and Kimchi

We were in Whistler this summer, and happened upon Celadon Fine Korean Cuisine purely by accident. We were impressed by the food, but didn’t know the story behind it. Plus, we only got to try a few dishes – we…

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Posted by: on Thursday, November 25th, 2010
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Ben & Mark Explore Summer Night Market

Ben and I had some fun exploring the Summer Night Market in Richmond recently, with videographers Nathan and Ryan capturing our culinary misadventure on camera. The idea was to give people who haven’t enjoyed a trip…

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Posted by: on Friday, September 3rd, 2010
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May is Asian Heritage Month at Wild Rice

Maybe your comfort food is macaroni and cheese, maybe it’s tomato soup. For Andrew Wong, the owner of Vancouver’s esteemed Wild Rice, it’s congee and sui mai and barbecued pork cha siu…the favorite…

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Posted by: on Thursday, May 13th, 2010
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Urbanbelly: Communal Dining in Chicago

In a quiet unassuming neighborhood lies an equally unassuming restaurant. Nestled in a small strip mall between a laundry mat and a cleaners lies Urbanbelly, one of my favorite restaurants in Chicago. It is a small jewel…

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Posted by: on Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
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Five asian snacks you should try

Snacking is a distant cousin to eating finely prepared meals and although it is seldom healthy, it is a characteristic of being a foodie that cannot be ignored and it’s something we love to do. When we snack…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, August 4th, 2009
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Chandi Restaurant – Bali

Wow. The Discovery Channel uses the slogan ‘The World is Just Awesome’. If I could describe my two dinners in a row recently, I would rework that slogan for Chandi restaurant in Bali. I’ve been fortunate…

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Posted by: on Saturday, May 2nd, 2009
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Asian Home Gourmet sauces

I recently discovered these sauces and spice pastes. They are great quality (which is echoed in other posts I have been reading) and the suggested recipes on the back are easy to follow and create. They have over 30…

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Posted by: on Friday, February 27th, 2009
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Dumplings, a little taste of heaven

Tonight, many of us at Foodists.ca were proud to celebrate the official launch of this tasty foodblog. What better way than an intimate demonstration of how Don Dickson & Joyce Chang-Dickson create flavorful…

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Posted by: on Friday, January 16th, 2009
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Fall for Food in Japan

My family and I enjoyed 2 weeks in Tokyo & Nagano this October which turned out to be a repeat of a humid summer I once had as a kid. As usual, we had amazing food experiences. Some were comfortable flavors from past…

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Posted by: on Saturday, November 15th, 2008
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When Tigers Fly

I don’t know why it’s taken so much time for me to discover The Flying Tiger, but last night was a great chance to take advice offered where else, but here by Mark and Andrea. As the end of Dine Out Vancouver…

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Posted by: on Saturday, February 3rd, 2007
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The Flying Tiger

Mark has been going on about how there is no street food in Vancouver, but the other night, we found a restaurant that has taken street food inside. The Flying Tiger has just recently opened, but its fusion of Filipino,…

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Posted by: on Thursday, September 7th, 2006
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Cooking with Spicy Steve

A while ago we came across Spicy Steve while watching our local cable station. Deeper investigation revealed Spicy Steve’s website. Though somewhat charmingly designed, the site reveals an incredible wealth of…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006
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