Hello DC, Let’s Brunch!

Hello from the District!! I’ve recently relocated to Washington, DC so now we have a new blog feature: foodie posts on DC!! I’ve been running around like a headless chicken for the last month, planning and actually making this move. Even though my apartment still looks like a bomb blew off in there, I made…

Food Truck #1: Chickpea

The second stop in Teng’s Birthday Food Trip (oh dear, we have taken to naming our food trips) was…well. Okay, so we got on a bus and we were traveling to MacLeod’s, which is a bookshop but we somehow missed our stop and so we got off. Then we got on another bus but this…

An Eggy Pidè at Sofra Mediterranean Kitchen

I was in Kerrisdale the other day to buy a gift. I have heard about the pidè from Sofra Mediterranean Kitchen a long time ago(Thank you Mijune from @followmefoodie), so I was curious and eager to try it. According to Google, pidè is a traditional Turkish flatbread, kind of like a pizza. You can add a variety of…

A Lebanese Brunch at Jamjar

Located very near the Commercial-Broadway Skytrain Station is Jamjar, a quaint little Lebanese joint featuring wholesome and healthy Middle Eastern food. Teng was determined to go and I was curious so this was the first stop on our second foodie adventure. The interior is gorgeous with wood textures and a rustic aesthetic that will appeal…

Homemade Lahmacun

Lahmacun (pronounced lahmajoon) is a Turkish flatbread covered with a layer of ground beef. Ever since I saw the host of National Geographic’s Street Food Around the World TV series eating it in Turkey, I’ve wanted to taste it and since my partner-in-crime is not around right now, I figured I’d ask my mom very…