The countdown begins for the 15th annual EAT! Vancouver (November 6-11)


Last chance: Limited tickets available for EAT! signature events


The countdown begins for the 15th annual EAT! Vancouver (
November 6-11
) with a sneak peek menu reveal for EAT! Harvest and EAT! Pastry events. Most events are sold out but limited tickets are still available online:


EAT! Harvest (November 10 from 7-10pm):

  • Amanda Cohen, Dirt Candy (NYC)
    • Shanghai Shoots with Fermented Black Bean Bagna Cauda
  • Carl Heinrich, Richmond Station (Toronto)
    • Pork and Rabbit Pâté
  • Dave Mottershall, LOKA (Toronto)
    • Nduja Sausage 
  • Jeff Kang, Canis (Toronto)
    • Cured Tuna Tarte
  • Makoto Ono, Mak n Ming (Vancouver)
    • Chicken Liver Mousse on a Savoury Cake
  • Nick Nutting, Wolf in the Fog (Tofino)
    • Ling Cod Cheek with Pine Mushroom & Wild Rice
See the full EAT! Harvest menu online.


EAT! Pastry
(November 11 from 2-5pm):

  • Aaron Surman, 49th Parallel (Vancouver)
    • Chocolate Sourdough Doughnuts 
  • Adam Chandler, Beta5 (Vancouver)
    • Douglas Fir Cream Puffs
  • Patrice Demers, Patrice Patissier (Montreal)
    • Maple sugar and buckwheat financier
  • Steve Hodge, Temper Chocolate Pastry (West Vancouver)
    • Matcha Yuzu Cake
  • Thierry Busset, Thierry (Vancouver)
    • Opera Cake and Coconut Chocolate Truffles
See the full EAT! Pastry menu online.
Last chance for tickets on these nearly sold-out events:
  • Beta5 Expert Class on Chocolate and Pastry Making: (Nov 9, 7pm; $125)
    • Learn pastry making tips from top chocolatier and pastry chefs Adam Chandler from Beta5 and Montreal’s Patrice Demers of Patrice Patissier.
All events are restricted to persons 19 years of age and older except for EAT! Pastry which is restricted to persons 12 years of age or older. ID required.
The 15th annual EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival is one of Canada’s most anticipated world-class culinary festivals in support of Project CHEF. Attracting attendees throughout North America, 2017 EAT! Vancouver takes place from November 6 to 11 and features culinary collaborations from award-winning chefs across Canada and the U.S. with local thought-leading chefs. Experience a culinary experience like none other from this year’s events including EAT! Dinner Series, EAT! Harvest, new EAT! Pastry and EAT! Expert Classes.


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