If you’re serious about your barbeque than you’re likely aware of all these upcoming events happening in and around Vancouver. Actually, none of them take place in Vancouver and all of them are taking place in the good ‘ol burbs! Forget the tweet ups, this is a MEAT up! Prepare for meat sweats.
Did you know that blueberries are the #1 fruit exported in Canada? It’s blueberry season and Wild Rice is supporting local farmers by incorporating blueberries into their new menu. I’ve also included a recipe for Blueberry Risotto Fritters with Blueberry Ginger Sauce.
I’ve been holding it in until I was ready, but I think it’s time. I am very honoured and delighted to announce that I have been invited to join the BC Chefs’ Association (BCCA). I am officially on the Board of Directors and have taken the role and responsibility of social media. Details here!
Kirin is Vancouver’s most famous Chinese fine dining restaurant specializing in Northern Chinese and traditional Cantonese cuisine. The dishes have an occasional modern flair and their fresh seafood and award winning dim sum is most recommended.
It’s a one stop shop for frozen treats, but nothing is house made. The ice cream was from Dutchmen Dairy in the Okanagan and the gelato was from Gelateria Dolce Amore on Commercial Drive. It’s quite cheap though, but that’s it.
This is the fine-dining Chinese restaurant in Vancouver. It’s a common place for dim sum, dinners for large groups and special occasions.
Tahi Chicken wrap, Tukey Bacon wrap, Black Bean Baja wrap, Mango Chicken wrap Restaurant: The Hide Out Cafe Cuisine: Eclectic/American/Breakfast/Brunch/Lunch Last visited: August 30, 09 Area: New Westminster, BC 716 Carnarvon Street Price Range: $10 or less 1: Poor 2: OK 3: Good 4: Very Good 5: Excellent 6: Tres Excellent!! Food: 5 Service: [...]