Dining

Food Diary: Wang’s Taiwanese Beef Noodle House

Posted December 19, 2011 by Recultured Team

My friend took me to this restaurant last week. The dining environment was good with bright lighting and seating. For appetizers we ordered beef pancake and spicy wonton I am more of a rice lover so I ordered their fried pork rib set menu For the noodle lovers, you have a choice of regular noodles, thick […]

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Final Exams: What to Eat and What to Avoid

Posted December 4, 2013 by Recultured Team

Vojtek goes over what to and what not to eat during final exams. These helpful tips may just be your key to going up a letter grade.

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Food & Drinks

M’s Food Court Corner: New York Fries

Posted September 24, 2011 by Mark Woo

Hello for another round of M’s Food Court Corner! The place at Foodology.ca, where bachelors and bachelorettes with no money come to find affordable, albeit fast food reviews. This time I decided to go to New York Fries, the one in Lougheed Mall food court. Now, I’ve always seen New York Fries around, in Metrotown […]

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Drinks

The History of Pearl Milk Tea

Posted November 9, 2011 by Recultured Team

Bubble tea, 珍珠奶茶, or pearl milk tea whatever you call it has always been one of the most popular drinks in Vancouver. Yet, have you ever wondered where it came from? Well first, I think it might be helpful if I first explained how bubble tea gets its name. The “ancestor” of bubble tea originated […]

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Food & Drinks

Going Vegetarian: A Month-Long Trial

Posted November 16, 2011 by Recultured Team

“No face, no food.” That’s the motto I came up with recently as a joking response to a vegetarian friend. I love eating meat. It’s delicious and I feel absolutely no guilt over it. My favourite foods include sushi and butter chicken, two meat-heavy dishes bereft of vegetables. So why have I decided to go […]

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