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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MEETANDEATS
58.4% of meetandeats's followers are female and 41.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.60%. The average number of likes per post is 413 and the average number of comments is 29.
44.83% of the followers that engaged with meetandeats regularly are from Canada, followed by United States at 22.99% and United Kingdom at 6.9%. In summary, the top 5 countries of meetandeats's posts engager are coming from Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Austria, Brazil.
Meetandeats loves posting about Food, Restaurants, Cooking, Architecture, Art, Design, DIY & Crafts, Education, Gardening, Hair & Beauty, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink, Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Travel, Technology, Fashion, Game.
Check meetandeats's audience demography. This analytics report shows meetandeats's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MEETANDEATS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF MEETANDEATS
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 84.61 %
- Beauty & Fashion 63.86 %
- Children & Family 55.98 %
- Fitness & Yoga 54.80 %
- Entertainment 52.15 %
- Art & Design 50.91 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 50.41 %
- Travel & Tourism 45.79 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 44.57 %
- Business & Careers 32.94 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MEETANDEATS
- Canada 44.83 %
- United States 22.99 %
- United Kingdom 6.9 %
- Austria 2.3 %
- Brazil 2.3 %
When that BBQ craving hits. 🤤♥️ (swipe 👉🏼) // Tell a friend, because @thecarbonbar is taking orders! There's just SO many goodies on the table: the fried chicken sandwich cannot be missed, we love all of their perfected sides (ESPECIALLY the fries), and the pulled pork is so delicious (we ended up adding it to a dinner roll 😳). — 🧺 Get it for takeout or delivery. Hot tip! Make orders direct from their website for the best deal, or on food delivery apps. They have a new location in Etobicoke, too! — 🍖 Our spread: Pitmaster platter for 2 (includes brisket, pork ribs, fried chicken, pulled pork & sausage served with fries, coleslaw & pickles), mac and cheese & fried chicken sandwich.
This is the best way to enjoy corn tortillas: fried up with a bit of oil. It transformed the taco entirely, to a crisp shell. 😳🌮 — 💛 Learnt this new thing with @thehaamto via @eatdinnerlicious — a restaurant dinner series in collaboration with Toronto chefs. Receive all of the ingredients + instructions to craft a restaurant-quality meal. ✨Too easy. And yes, I'm a chef now. — 🍽 Dinnerlicious is a meal planning service, that works on a reoccurring or single-order basis. Each week, the regular delivery program will include a local chef's signature menu meal kit. — 💛 An added bonus!!! For each new subscription, grocery essentials bag will be donated to a frontline worker on their behalf. 🌶 Tacos spiced up w/ @elcatrinca salsa alacran + @coolrunningsfoods scotch bonnet.
Resuming "normal" feels strange, because there's no longer a normal to go back to. The past days have gone by at full speed— a process of learning & unlearning. But know that this doesn't stop here. All of the conversations we had, we shouldn't stop having them. There's a new normal, and it includes being aware & ready to stand for what is wrong. — ✨ For my online content, I'll continue to take notice of the black businesses in the community & showcase my favourites as I do. Most work is done offline: continuing to self educate & show support to become a better ally. I'm curious! What new goals are you adding to your life? — 🔸 A Summer 2019 Throwback— I'm hoping to find myself at my favourite window seat of @lalibelatoronto soon. I've probably been here a dozen times, and only order the same thing. Meat platter for two, pls & thanks. 🙋♥ Highly recommend— they're also on ubereats if you're nearby.
I was ready to take this recipe to my grave. 😳🦐 But here I am. My technique for the crispiest, most addictive FRIED SHRIMP (that I'm sure will work well with any seafood-- we're testing with frozen fish this weekend!!). — 💛 INGREDIENTS: 450g shrimp (skin on) ½ tspn salt ½ tspn sugar ½ tspn sesame oil 3+ tbsp potato starch Neutral oil to fry — 💛 SEASONING SALT 1 tspn salt ¾ tspn sugar ¾ tspn chicken powder ¾ tspn chinese allspice 1. Defrost & pat dry shrimp. 2. Add shrimp to a bowl, add salt, sugar & sesame oil. Mix. 3. Add one egg white. Mix. 4. Transfer to another bowl to squeeze and discard excess egg white. 5. Add 2 tablespoons of potato starch. With dry hands, mix until evenly coated. Add more starch if needed. 6. Transfer onto another plate, and make a single layer of shrimp. Place into fridge for at least 30 minutes to dry. 7. When ready to cook, coat with a tablespoon of potato starch. Repeat steps 6 & 7 to make it even crispier. 8. Make the seasoning salt: mix salt, sugar, chicken powder & chinese all spice. 9. Heat up the oil for frying. Test oil with wooden chopstick to check for rapid bubbling. Place up to 8 shrimps. Cook for 2 minutes total, flip shrimp after 1 minute. 10. Toss shrimp directly into a bowl with a dash of seasoning salt. Start with just a dash to taste. Enjoy! — 💛 NOTES & TIPS: 🔸 Use potato starch & egg white (strictly NO yolk) if you're after that perfect crunch 🔸Taste the seasoning salt once complete. This is my preferred ratio, but feel free to change the ratio to taste. 🔸For the crispiest shrimp ever, repeat steps 7&8 multiple times. Give it a few hours between if you have time (we even went overnight with three coats and it got more delicious each time). 🔸 When frying, don't fidget with the shrimp. It's crucial first moments in the fry to keep that crunchy potato starch ON. 🔸Cook shrimp for 2 minutes tops to retain that bouncy & juicy quality. 🔸Optional, but key: When transferring fried shrimp to bowl, there's no paper towel needed as we need that oil to adhere the delicious spices. 🔸Also optional: Add quick fried shallots & garlic to garnish — this doesn't add much to the dish, but it is tasty!
Always on a sushi roll. 🍥😚 // Unless it's fresh, I'm not a big fan of sashimi, so only salmon for me. And ALL of the makis please. 🍣🥑 Containing avocado & tempura shrimp is a must. ✨ — 🍣 Ordered up from @hina.sushi_queensway— my ~new~ favourite sushi spot in Etobicoke
[🏁 GIVEAWAY 🏁] They brought ALL of these cute goodies right to my door. 💖🥺 // @sukoshimart launched a website in response to covid & to take care of our kawaii needs. 🌸🎉 Check out their online storefront for a range of skincare, snacks, stationary & adorable plushies! 🍭🍡🍦 And of course, to celebrate ALL of the cuteness, we're giving away TWO mystery boxes. 😍 — 💛 PRIZE: 2 Winners, 2 Mystery Boxes of 10 Items (incl. a cute plush, face mask, snacks & stationery) — 1️⃣ ♥ this post 2️⃣ Follow @meetandeats + @sukoshimart 3️⃣ Tag a friend (one tag = one entry) 4️⃣ (BONUS) For +10 additional entries, share this post on your stories! — 💛 (pls swipe to pic #3 for the most precious plushie). 🥺 — Giveaway closes June 7 at 10PM. Two lucky winners will be drawn at random & contacted via DM on June 8. Entrants must be an Canadian resident. Good luck!
Boy, do I crave Korean food these days. 🥺 We even pulled out the grill for extra meats & paired with lettuce wraps. 🥬🥬 @sariwonbbq is dishing up their menu of stews, lunch & BBQ meat sets, and delivering around the GTA. You can also grab a few bottles of soju & groceries while you're at it. — ⏩ The details: Get 20% off ready-made food + free delivery in the GTA on orders over $30. — 💛 what we ordered: beef teriyaki lunch box ($15) • galbi ribs lunch box ($15) • korean chinese meat set ($35)
Here's food... for (literally) DAYS. 🙏 // My dream came true: to enjoy Kamayan-style dining at home! Everything laid out on layers of banana leaf to feast, with layers of: rice, bbq'd meats & vegetables. Get ready to dig in with your hands. 👐 It's incredible that Toronto has many delicious kamayan options, but I've definitely found my new favourite. @kabalentoronto ✨🦑🦐🍚 — 💛 What's on the table: lechon kawali (roasted pork belly) • chicken inasal • squid • tilapia • milkfish • mussels • whole shrimp • pork bbq skewer • dinakdakan (pork w. onions + chili) • sisig (pig head + eats w. onions + chili) • okra • eggplant • pickled green papaya • mango-onion salad • kropek (fish cracker) • garlic rice • jasmine rice — 💛 #Kamayan Feasts start from $20 (for 1-2 people), and $40 (for 3-4 people). Picture includes additional dishes. 👐 Contact them for your fix: @kabalentoronto! — We enjoyed EVERYTHING. ✨ But if you want must orders, refer to the items marked with (🌟) in my stories (find it on highlights: KABALEN). Everything was well-seasoned, loaded with flavour, the garlic rice was addictive at every scoop, and don't even get me started on that lechon kawali— it was crispy, and lovingly marinated. Everything was delicious, and delivered to our door from the grill. What an experience.
i've always wanted to try this, and made no excuse for a delivery. 🍜♥ here's the delicious kaarage chicken on pork shoyu ramen. also added my own ramen egg from our sheffing adventures. 😚 (pls don't mind that i are this bowl of ramen like a tsukemen— the soup was a bit salty) — ordered via @kintonramen
I can never say no to Vietnamese food. 🙌🏼😙 // @dzo_vieteatery landed on our table, and every dish was a hit. — A modern take on Vietnamese food, we were thrilled to try the coconut curry wings. 🤤❤️ Our absolute recommendations are the wings first, but you cannot go wrong with anything else on the table either. 🤷🏻♀️ Taro fries were the most mellow of flavours, but the needed balance with all of these flavourful dishes. — 🔄 vermicelli noodles (w. chicken skewers & fried rice roll), claypot pork belly, coconut curry chicken wings, taro fries // ✨🥡 try 'em for takeout!
#meetandeatsmakes 🥄 When you miss dimsum so much that you make cheung fun out of rice paper. 😳 #shef // This dish was one of my FIRST at-home quick lunch back in March (ok, wow, it's been two months)! I've made this another time since, but with egg. It's crazy how similar the texture of steamed rice paper is to actual cheung fun — even arp, the Chinese food wiz of the house was shocked. Have you tried it yet?! — There are so many variations, but these are my steps: 1️⃣ Soak rice paper for 10 minutes in lukewarm water. Add a bit of oil. Stack the rice paper one at a time. 2️⃣ Cook whatever filling you like, we boiled shrimps & sliced in half. 3️⃣ Lay the rice paper out on a board and "fold" the ingredients in. Repeat with each rice paper. 4️⃣ Arrange on a plate, and steam for 10 minutes. Steam for longer if you want it softer. 5️⃣ Serve with sauce & green onions. My pick for this is a 1:1:1 ratio of oyster & soy sauce, & water. #banhtrangchungfun — 💛 Hot tip: if you value your rice paper experience, pls do not buy the red Y&Y brand rice paper available from loblaws/food basic. 😢 Stick to actual Asian supermarkets ♥!
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