All posts tagged Food

Alta Bistro

Whistler’s newest hot spot delivers great food, atmosphere and value.read more

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Scottish penicillin

"Marmalade in the morning has the same effect on taste buds that a cold shower has on the body." Jeanine Larmoth - Harper’s Bazaar

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Ouisi Bistro serves up gluten-free cajun creations

Eating allergen-free is a snap at Ouisi Bistro.

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Popovers: the best thing you’ve never heard of

Scared to bake? Start with these popovers and find out how simple it can be to make mouth watering treats.

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Vegan chimichurri squash and red pepper empanadas

What's a vegan girl in meat-loving Argentina to do?

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Seriously serious pie in Seattle

This weekend found my best friend and I roadtrippin’ down to Seattle for a little art.  SAM (Seattle Art Museum) was hosting works from the Musée National Picasso

Wintry apple butter

Letting this recipe bubble away on the stove will warm your kitchen and make it smell like grandma's house. It's time for some holiday nostalgia.

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Meatless Meetup serves vegan feast and ideas with Earthsave at Radha

Earthsave Canada hosted a packed Meatless Meetup dinner at Radha on December 15, serving an all-vegan holiday feast and encouraging people to think more about what they eat.

How to stay fit, happy, and healthy this holiday

Make your holiday a healthy one with a little planning, creativity and the following tips.

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Holiday baking fun with Uprising Breads

It's just after 9 AM and the espresso machine is in full swing at Uprising Breads on Vancouver's East Side. The familiar tunes of Christmas echo in the

Sea Monstr serves sushi with style

New to Gastown, Sea Monstr Sushi offers a classic sushi menu with a few twists, and a snug spot to grab a bite.

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Holiday Top 10: must-have gifts for foodies

Does gift shopping for food-lovers make you want to climb into a pressure-cooker? Relax, grab a mug of hot chocolate, and click here.

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Christmas bread in Vancouver

After living in North America for most of my life, I moved to a hot climate where every single day was about 30 degrees.   While living in warm

Cheap shrimp, hidden costs

In September 2010, I was one of ten UBC students from the Graduate School of Journalism chosen to be part of a unique class called International Reporting. The

Vancouver comes up short on local food, say 100-Mile Diet authors

On November 25, the Museum of Vancouver and Tides Canada played host to Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon, authors of The 100-Mile Diet: A Year of Local Eating

Japanese yatai at Bridgeport: mobile food at its best

What is it about mobile food that is so intriguing?  From snacks on road trips, to running for the ice cream truck, there’s something about food on wheels

Heart of the Artichoke: cooking with David Tanis

I used to think that the best thing about a cookbook was the pictures. Somehow, just looking at colours on a piece of paper could make my tummy

55% off Kitchen Performance Apparel from Dajoji

My reaction when I first heard about Dajoji chef coats was that it was a weird name, but having spent enough time in kitchen whites to know how

Shake up that turkey dinner this holiday season

The base of large holiday dinners is often turkey with the usual suspects for sides. Shake it up this season with local harvests, new flavours, and twists

Circle Craft Fair at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre

"Western Canada’s largest one-of-a-kind gift fair, the Circle Craft Christmas Market. If it's handmade, you'll find it

Osaka brings Asian gourmet food to West Van

Osaka Market opened in West Vancouver this week, bringing a taste of Asian culture to what has been a predominantly white suburb of an ethnically diverse city. The

67% off Diet Consultation with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Le Petit Chou’s Wholesome Lunchbox turned my bad eating habits around. Genevieve was very helpful and adaptive to my eating style and health needs. The consult wasn’t about

Mumbai pan hustle: East is East Van chicken curry

Perfect for spice cabinet newbies, Kari's ten-minute recipe will save you from imminent hunger. Just don't serve this to anyone who cooks authentic Indian food.

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Japas Bistro puts a new spin on sushi

Drawing inspiration from food trends around the globe, Japas Bistro distinguishes itself as not just another sushi place.

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Jack Webster accommodates a gluten-free gal

As a last-minute attendee of the Jack Webster Awards, I was provided a gluten-free meal at short notice, though it was not without its faults.

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Vancouver leaders give recipes for local food success

As part of an ongoing speaking series on local food, four influential figures in Vancouver's food industry convened last month at the Museum of Vancouver to discuss the

Fresh-faced foodies follow different paths to success

Vancouver culinary school graduates find new ways to break into the food and beverage industry.

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Chef’s Kitchen gets foxy with Mrs. Bean’s Famous Nutmeg Ginger Apple Snaps

Kari duplicates the signature cookies from Wes Anderson's The Fantastic Mr. Fox. A comforting treat with winter looming ahead, they are warm, spicy, and best enjoyed with

Pacific Western Brewing unveils Natureland Organic Festbier at Oktoberfest celebration

Pacific Western Brewing Co. rang in Oktoberfest with zeal, unveiling their new Organic Festbier to industry and media reps, food afficionados, and those just there for good

Real Deal food cart serves delicious local fare

“The Real Deal”, brought to Vancouver by Chef Josh Wolfe and Andy Fielding brings fresh, locally sourced food to the streets. Located on the North West corner of

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