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Bulgogi Beef Bibimbap

August 8, 2017 all-day America/Vancouver Timezone
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Noodlebox Canada Launches Guest Feature!

July 26, 2017, Vancouver, BC—Noodlebox Canada announces a guest feature recipe series, slated to launch in all twelve stores across BC and Alberta on August 8th.

Known for fresh food wok-cooked with flame, Noodlebox has partnered with local influencers to create feature dishes, each available for a week-long run this August.

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Bulgogi Beef Bibimbap

The guest feature series kicks off August 8th with Bulgogi Beef Bibimbap by Alberta author and food writer Julie Van Rosendaal (@DinnerWithJulie), followed by a vegan dish of savoury Thai Kaju Curry by plant-powered author Dreena Burton (@DreenaBurton). Learn more about the August 15th–21st Thai Kaju Curry week here.

Bulgogi Beef Bibimbap is a Korean-inspired rice bowl by Calgary-based food broadcaster and author, Julie Van Rosendaal of @DinnerWithJulie. A hearty and flavourful stir-fry, the Bibimbap makes the most of regional ingredients, with thinly-sliced, marinated beef seared in a hot wok with Noodlebox’s signature mix of fresh Asian greens and red pepper, all topped with a fried egg, and drizzled with a spicy mango chilli sauce.

  • Gluten-Free Diners please let staff know that you require a gluten-free meal when ordering this feature item or any other item at Noodlebox.

About Julie 

Julie Van Rosendaal has been a lifelong food enthusiast, and has enjoyed a love of cooking since she was a toddler. She is the author of seven best-selling cookbooks, and for ten years she has been a food columnist for CBC Radio One’s Calgary Eyeopener. Julie is a sought-after food writer, contributing to Western Living magazine, and is the food editor of Parents Canada. An eater of all things delicious, Julie lives, works, cooks, and bakes in Calgary. @DinnerWithJulie • • Facebook • Instagram

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Noodlebox was born out of a small food cart in Victoria BC’s Chinatown in 2001. Our unique style of Southeast Asian street food became so popular that people were willing to wait hours in the rain to get their fill. In 2003 we opened our first store in downtown Victoria, with many more opening throughout BC and Alberta to keep up with demand for our bold dishes.


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