From the monthly archives:

November 2011

Explore Like A Local: Vancouver Dining

by Matt on November 28, 2011

I’m going to lay it all on the line, be completely honest, and just bare my soul for you here. I am dreading writing this post. Why? Because it’s too good. I mean, the food of Vancouver is just too good. Too good for me to find enough words to describe it, too good to [...]


Explore Like A Local: Vancouver Food Carts

by Matt on November 22, 2011

You’d think stuffing myself with Chinese food in Richmond would cause me to throw in the towel. No way. After a quick trip into Vancouver I was ready to jump into my tour of the Vancouver food cart scene with Michelle Ng, the founder of Foodie Tour. I could not have been in better hands [...]


Exploring Like A Local: Richmond, BC

by Matt on November 20, 2011

All these 15+ hour trips to Asia and it’s been less than 3 hours away this whole time? Alright, ok, please don’t get out a map to prove me wrong. I’m being silly and I realize that nothing can compare to actually spending time eating from Hawker Stalls in Singapore or exploring a fish market [...]


Talkin’ Turkey!

by Matt on November 18, 2011

You certainly don’t need me to tell you that the Big Food Holiday is next week. Everywhere you turn you see tips, tricks and ideas for Thanksgiving so you’ll understand me when I say that I’m going to join the chorus! No, I will not be offering a turkey tip exactly, but I want to [...]


November’s Everyday Food

by Matt on November 11, 2011

Hi folks! Just a little quick post to tell you know about this month’s Everyday Food Magazine! I’ve got a quick little feature as well as a new favorite holiday side dish that I will be serving this year! It’s Sweet Potato Fries with Brown-Butter Marshmallow Sauce and you can find it on page 33 [...]


Behind The Scenes: Working at Jordan Winery

by Matt on November 4, 2011

I want to tell you two things, my gentle readers: Yes, this blog has been very light on food and recipes lately. I have been traveling and photographing quite a bit lately and my assignments have been occupying my time all over the place. Sonoma, Central America, Vancouver, Australia, and many points in between. Once [...]