Had a blast talking about ramen this morning on BT Vancouver with Tara-Jean Stevens. Didn't have time to mention ramen etiquette: eat that ramen as soon as your bowl hits the table, whether or not your friends have been served or not. It's an insult to the chef to wait, and you don't want the noodles to get soggy. Slurping is encouraged. When you're down to the last few sips, pick up the bowl and drink from it. Get right in there! Slurptastic stuff. Now, ramen may or may not
Every November, my family goes to Tofino for a few days of surfing, eating, reading, walking, and relaxing. The pilgrimage that we share with friends has become an annual highlight. And every time we’re out that way, we go to SoBo Restaurant (unless it’s closed, which it is at some point every winter, which results in us being very, very sad).
The place started out as a food truck selling fish tacos and has gone on to become the best place to eat in the area: delicious fare
Heather Cunliffe opened Cafe Bliss in 2008 in Victoria with a simple goal: to provide pure nourishment. Her brother, Joe Cunliffe, joined the team in 2011 and together the siblings have drawn a loyal following of health-conscious individuals who come to Bliss for unique local, raw, organic food. They've gone on to open Be Love, a Blanshard Street resto with raw and cooked food. Heather Cunliffe She shares a recipe for Carrot Curry Coconut Soup from her book Blissful.