Fun with food blogging

Google Cat reading the paper at the dining table

This year we’ve started monitoring our stats a little more closely after making a bunch of upgrades to our blog, and have noticed some surprising search terms bringing readers to Eat ‘n About. Here’s some of our favourites for the month of January:

  • dine out vanvouver go ask luigi
  • big buts caught india  (I literally have no clue on this one)
  • sandwich on my hand
  • bull penis   (well, there was that one little article on lamb testicles…)
  • where find deli manjoo is seoul
  • vancouver taiwanese restaurant grass jerry
  • burmese food at costco  (wouldn’t that be awesome? somebody’s wishful thinking I guess)
  • big penis at home  (Wendy: wtf??  Hitman: oh, that one must be searching for me hehe Wendy: eewww!)
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Merry Christmas from Eat ‘n About


We here at Eat ‘n About wish you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!!


Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

Wishing everyone a good one!!!! Love and be loved 🙂

Hot Pot and Chinese Cuisine recommendations for Catherine

I’ve recently received a question from a Bellingham resident regarding Chinese cuisine.  Just so it’s easier for her to see my reply, I will post it here.

Here’s her question:

I am from Bellingham and would like to learn about real Chinese cuisine. The options that I have here are nothing like what you present. My biggest interest is noodles: how to order, what to look for, how to eat. Also, I am very intrigued by hot pots (which base do I order?) and dumplings. I am an adventurous eater, but I don’t think that duck tongue is on my wish list. Could you or any of your readers guide me through Richmond? I will be eating at Northern Delicacy today! Thank you!

My disclaimer is, these are obviously just my humble views.  She did ask for guidance from my readers too so feel free to post your advice in the comments section!

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Playing with Fire and Water

If you guys haven’t looked at my blogroll lately (or ever), there’s a site by freelance chef located in Connecticut who goes by the name foodplayerlinda.

I can’t get over how incredibly artistic and creative she is.  She manages to use any food at hand to create beautiful works of art.  It really is incredible.

Go to her site and see for yourselves~

foodplayerlinda Watermelon


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