There are many excellent restaurants that go unnoticed or fly under the radar. Here are a few of my favourite mom-and-pop restaurants that have been around for years. They are rarely talked about and rely on word of mouth, but are key contributors to Vancouver’s diverse food scene.
Never in my life did I think I would be writing that sentence or speaking about The Art of Food Writing. I’m very honoured to be invited to join the talented panel of food writers, bloggers and journalists at The 14th Annual North Shore Writers Festival. See festival details here.
It is Tourism Vancouver’s 11th Annual Dine Out Vancouver from January 18 – February 3, 2013. This is Canada’s largest restaurant festival featuring 200+ restaurants offering a set menu for $18, $28 or $38. Adding to the festival are culinary-focused events, tours and activities. Here is a sneak peek!
It is best to use this post as a rough guideline and part introduction to Persian cuisine. It is simply my experience getting to know it better. At the same time I don’t want to take away from how good Zeitoon is and much of the Persian community calls it “a good standard for traditional Persian food”.
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!