LOCAL FAVOURITES: 365 shines the spotlight on the city’s best sushi.
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The smell may leave something to be desired, but here are five dishes to tempt you into trying the aromatic enigma that is durian.
This slow-cooked sensation san bei ji, or three cup chicken, originated from China’s Jiangxi province and has become a beloved staple of the Taiwanese diet.
Lindsay Anderson takes 365ers on a tour of all the sweets, treats and holiday specialties to scoop up during Lunar New Year in Richmond.
Everyone knows oysters are a popular aphrodisiac to order on Valentine’s Day, but what about the lesser-known conspirators of romance?
Today’s post was supposed to be about two popular tofus. Two plucky little tofu dishes that came from very modest places, yet have won their way into the hearts, minds, … Read more
When my friend Dana and I walked into CAVU Kitchen Bar, the Hilton Hotel’s sleek new restaurant on Minoru Boulevard, one of the first things we noticed was that the … Read more
Raved as the “Caviar of the East,” “The World’s Most Baller Condiment,” and according to 365 Days of Dining’s own Lindsay Anderson, a “FLAVOUR PUNCH TO THE FACE” (yes, in allcaps), you’ve got try XO sauce.
Another year over, another 1,095 meals eaten by each of us (perhaps a few less for those of you who skip breakfast). Either way, 365 days are behind us, days that were – as usual – full of culinary treasures in Richmond. Here’s a roundup of the Best of Richmond in 2014, including both old and new favourites.
Around the holidays, whether it’s Christmas or New Years, we all like to celebrate with “Big” dishes. You know, a huge roast turkey, ham, duck, or perhaps an enormous spread of fondue to ring in the new year. If you prefer to go out, here are four great “Big” dishes you can seek out in Richmond to celebrate the season (and impress your friends on Instagram).