Jay del Corro's first foray into the culinary world started with his hit YouTube cooking show, The Aimless Cook. Starting in 2009, his weekly recipes slowly gathered a following until 2011 when he was the only Canadian chosen for YouTube and Google's Next Chef program. From there, The Aimless Cook has amassed over 4 million views and over 40,000 subscribers worldwide.
Fast forward to 2012 when Jay finally quit his corporate job and decided to pursue a full-time focus on food by opening Eats of Asia. Starting in a small window at the Millarville Farmers Market, his signature Asian Street Food started a loyal following which has grown and supported the family run business, following their journey from farmers' markets, night markets, and pop-ups to their current locations at both the Crossroads Market and Calgary Farmers' Market.
Inspired by childhood memories, travel, and some happy accidents, the food of Eats of Asia is a combination of traditional cooking contrasted by creations that simply satisfy a primal urge to eat like no one's looking.
Eats of Asia is open every weekend and features a variety of Asian inspired rice bowls, Taiwanese style steamed bao, hand-pulled noodles, and house made ramen which offers a new flavour each day.
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