It doubles as a small specialty foods store and a casual eatery. As a neighbourhood market they offer local and organic goods, produce and products. As a restaurant they offer individual portions of Asian inspired noodle bowls made with good quality BC products for a West Coast palate.
This is black garlic. It’s traditionally an ancient Korean ingredient used for medicinal reasons and it’s full of antioxidants and very healthy. They are very potent, pungent, earthy and sweet and they taste almost like a cross of caramelized garlic, porcini mushrooms and molasses.
Follow Me Foodie to Sun Peaks and Kamloops started off with a little bit of farming. Technically I didn’t actually farm, but I was introduced to some of the lovely farmers in Kamloops. It would be a challenge to put myself in their shoes and I have so much respect for the work they do.
The concept of “farm to fork” is happening everywhere, but the idea of “celebrity farmers” and meeting the farmers is in itself a current “trend” in the culinary world. So Follow Me Foodie to Sun Peaks & Kamloops and let’s meet some of BC’s local farmers.
Passion for Pork Restaurant Week in Whistler is August 27 – September 3. Passion for Pork is supporting local restaurants that are using Alberta pork. See a video recipe for BBQ Capicola and enter to win a $100 gift certificate to either Ka-Ze Sushi or Caramba Restaurante in Whistler.