According to my driver’s license and creaky knees, I’m an adult. And this morning I spent a bit of time trying to find the best ratio of Sriracha hot sauce with vanilla pudding to put on my store bought fish fingers, just so I could take a picture of them with my toy TARDIS.
A very sad adult….
The fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who will be taking place this Saturday morning and I wanted a suitable a meal to eat while I watch this event because I am a fancy, fancy person.
So, from a fun evening (and checking the metadata on the pic):
Pig, Cow, Lamb, Chicken
La Taqueria has amazing tacos. From their original shop on near Gastown, they’ve opened another location last year at Cambie and Broadway as well as a food truck.
Because that’s exactly what they need. Another day with a 12 hour nap.
Putting El Pulgarcito De America Restaurante through Google Translate, it roughly comes out as The Thumb of America Restaurant. At first, I thought this was a mistranslation, but nope. Turns out that El Salvador was sometimes referred to as America’s ‘Tom Thumb’. Learn something new everyday.
I had a Saturday night to myself last weekend and like a sad bastard I decided to stay in and order a pizza, drink a little beer, and play a little GTA.
Not really feeling like Uncle Fatih’s (since I normally eat a tonnage of it weekly anyways), I decided to hit up Brado’s for their infamous Poutine Pizza.
Happy Belated Turkey Day.
A quick post as I am lazy and still full from leftovers.
Rinconcito Salvadoreno is a little place on Commercial Drive that is known for their authentic pupusas Continue reading
Taking a pretty literal interpretation of Taco Tuesday comes The Dime’s 99¢ Tuesday Taco special. Forget your double layer soft corn tortillas, your pickled onions and queso fresco cheese. No, these are your Mom’s tacos.
Taco Trio Beef @ Taco Star Chili Bar
Taco Star Chili Bar is a relatively new eatery located in that mini-food court type storefront on Commercial and Kitchener (y’know, the place with the Poutine Pizza).
Checked out Whole Food’s Annual Taste of Thanksgiving, which is basically a show and taste of their fall product line (and the proceeds went to Kits Neighborhood House, so that’s a good thing).
For ten bucks a person, this is what we got: