Gyoza Bar + Ramen Launch Party

Gyoza Bar + Ramen

Last week we were lucky enough to be invited to Aburi Restaurants launch party for their newest restaurant, Gyoza Bar, located at 622 West Pender Street. Simply put, this is owner Seigo Nakamura’s dream restaurant, and the concept took about 4 years to come up with – involving not just gyoza and ramen – but something… 

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Blogging Income Report: Month 4

Blogging Income Report

Aaaaand, we’re back. After a much needed break, it’s Adrian here with Month 4 of our Blogging Income Report project. Apologies for the delay on this one, but I really needed some time off. To be completely honest with you I was feeling a little burned out, and needed to just take time off and… 

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Gluten Free Living Show Returns + A Giveaway

Gluten Free Show

According to the Canadian Celiac Association, 1 in 133 persons in Canada are affected by celiac disease. I have close family members who deal with the reality of having to eat gluten free due this disorder, so I know it’s a real issue and not something “imagined” as some would like to believe. The 7th… 

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Bella Gelateria Now Open In Yaletown

Bella Gelateria Yaletown

Gelato fans, you can breathe a sigh of relief. The much anticipated new home for Bella Gelateria is now open in Vancouver’s Yaletown neighborhood, and judging by the packed opening night we attended last week – it’s sure to be a hit with the masses. The gorgeous 80-seat restaurant boasts views of the waters of… 

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The 2014 Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival

The race

Attention cheese lovers! Who wants to chase an 11 pound wheel of cheese?…. Um, we would if we didn’t have to work, but we encourage you to go and take part in the Canadian Cheese Rolling festival, taking place August 16 from 12 to 4:00 pm in Whistler, BC. This year will be the seventh year… 

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Modern Chinatown Tasting Tour

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Growing up in Strathcona (a neighborhood just outside of Chinatown) and going to school in Marpole (essentially the other side of town) was a bit of a weird childhood experience. Most of my friends had never even been to Chinatown, as it was mostly a collection of run-down fruit and veggie stands, Chinese tea shops,… 

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Beat The Heat @ Bel Cafe

Bel Café Gourmet Popsicles

The dog days of summer are here, and if you’re anything like us, you’re probably reaching for something frozen and sweet to help keep you cool. But since we don’t always have time to make frozen desserts at home, we were eager to sample the new line of gourmet popsicles and ice creams from David… 

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Blogging Income Report: Month 3

Blogging Income Report

Hi everyone! Adrian here, back for month three of our Blogging Income Report project. If you’re new to these posts, feel free to check out our first posts here and here to get caught up on the progress we’ve been making. This month has been a busy one for us personally, but we’ve definitely been… 

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