#Favourites…what’s happening in Vancouver and beyond

  EASTER FEASTING: RAILTOWN CATERING MAKES CELEBRATING EASY THIS APRIL WITH EXCLUSIVE EASTER TO-GO PACKAGE     EASTER SUNDAY, WEST COAST-STYLE: BOULEVARD KITCHEN & OYSTER BAR PRESENTS EXCLUSIVE BUFFET BRUNCH SERVICE ON APRIL 16   Celebrate a delicious Easter at Dockside’s Marketplace Brunch Buffet   #TasteofThursday Honey Glazed Bone-In Ham recipe   The top 5 romantic … Read more#Favourites…what’s happening in Vancouver and beyond

PAINT THE TOWN ORANGE: MEALSHARE PRESENTS ‘TONIGHT FOR TOMORROW’ FUNDRAISER AT RESTAURANTS ACROSS VANCOUVER ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 

Fifteen Local Partner Restaurants Pitch In for One-Night-Only Event Designed to Help Non-Profit Charity Raise Funds for Its Mission to End Youth Hunger   For the second year in a row, Mealshare is inviting guests to paint the town orange and dine out for a cause during its ‘Tonight for Tomorrow’ initiative on Wednesday, May 10, … Read morePAINT THE TOWN ORANGE: MEALSHARE PRESENTS ‘TONIGHT FOR TOMORROW’ FUNDRAISER AT RESTAURANTS ACROSS VANCOUVER ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 

35th annual Filberg Festival Artists Announcement

  Celebrate the Best of Arts, Crafts and Music from across Canada August 4-7, 2017. Victoria based artist, Linda Skalenda will be this year’s featured guest artist located in the Arbour. Linda’s paintings can be found in collections across North America and the UK. In 2015 she was selected for the honorable position to be … Read more35th annual Filberg Festival Artists Announcement

The Many Benefits of Kale

Over the last several years, kale has become popularized as one of the healthiest greens we could eat. It has become a staple of smoothie and juice shops and a stereotypical food choice of health nuts, but is the hype justified? To investigate whether the benefits of kale were overstated or justified, weíve scoured the … Read moreThe Many Benefits of Kale

#TasteofThursday White Fish, Prawn, and Vegetable Green Curry with Coconut rice

White Fish, Prawn, and Vegetable Green Curry with Coconut Rice   This dish was one of the first dishes I came up with when opening ‘The Table Café’. A simple, and flavourful dish that is just perfect for a mid-day meal. The white fish can really be any mild white fleshed fish, whether it is … Read more#TasteofThursday White Fish, Prawn, and Vegetable Green Curry with Coconut rice

#Favourites – our list of Things To Do In Vancouver and beyond…

  The Launch of The Granola Girl Foundation   Celebrate Craft Beer & Cider in Penticton at Okanagan Beer Week™ April 3 – 9, 2017   Etsell Family introduces ‘Siggy’ to the Fraser Valley   SPRINGTIME SWEETS: CHOCOLATIER THOMAS HAAS UNVEILS LATEST COLLECTION OF EASTER-THEMED CONFECTIONS   GET CHOCOLATE HOPPY    The Chan Centre presents … Read more#Favourites – our list of Things To Do In Vancouver and beyond…

HEART AND SOUL Meet Alden Ong, Royal Dinette’s new executive chef

  Royal Dinette (905 Dunsmuir Street), downtown Vancouver’s celebrated farm-to-table restaurant, has a new executive chef at its helm, Chef Alden Ong. Ong previously served as sous chef and embraces the same heart and thoughtful approach to sustainable cooking Royal Dinette is known for.   “It is a privilege to lead one of the city’s … Read moreHEART AND SOUL Meet Alden Ong, Royal Dinette’s new executive chef

Le Crocodile pulls out all the stops for #GoodFrance

  Le Crocodile participated in Good France on March 21st, 2017 this year and I was lucky enough to have an opportunity to meet with Chef Michel Jacob, owner of the world renowned French restaurant.  I waited at a beautiful long bar.  The staff were incredibly friendly and efficient, asking if I had been taken … Read moreLe Crocodile pulls out all the stops for #GoodFrance

First Host Gathering: Learn About Indigenous Culture and Tourism in BC

  Connecting Vancouver’s Tourism Professionals  and Indigenous Tourism First Host Gathering will be held at the Bill Reid Gallery and over a dozen Indigenous cultural tourism operators will be in attendance. This event invites members of the hospitality industry to interact with and learn about the key players in BC’s Indigenous tourism sector and to … Read moreFirst Host Gathering: Learn About Indigenous Culture and Tourism in BC

A visit to Juniper – Sampling the Winter Menu before it’s gone

  I cannot believe it took me so long to try out the popular Chinatown restaurant – Juniper. Thanks to a friend I had an opportunity to attend a media tasting menu evening in February. The food was so good and I’m definitely going back before the winter menu is but a faint memory. Handy when … Read moreA visit to Juniper – Sampling the Winter Menu before it’s gone