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No Fear: Food Cart Season Is Here!

Options, Foodies. It’s all about the options and Vancouver’s food cart scene has almost every one. In about a 5 – 6 year period, food carts flaunting everything from Mexican spice to Ukranian comfort, Taiwanese fusion to ol’ fashioned American, have sprouted up in and around the downtown core, luring and satisfying foodies of every […]

Eat! Vancouver – A Must For Vancouver Food Lovers

Eat! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival Last weekend (Friday, May 24 – Sunday, May 25, 2013) at BC Place Arriving at Eat! Vancouver with only an appetite to guide me, I took special care to only have a limited idea of what to expect because: a) I’m a fan of surprises b) Surprises that involve […]

A View from The Roof – Vancouver’s Largest Rooftop Dining Experience

The Roof at Black+Blue 3rd Floor, 1032 Alberni  Street Open seven days a week: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm Serving brunch Saturday and Sunday: 11:30 am – 3:00 pm Knock on wood, patio season here! If you’re like me and enjoy drinks and appies in the sun, you’ve probably heard of the newest, hippest rooftop in town, […]

What Is Vancouver Cuisine?

Vancouver cuisine can mean something different to each person you ask. Eating Vancouver food can represent a wide range of things, from fresh seafood to a pulled pork sandwich from a food cart. One thing can be guaranteed when you visit Vancouver though: diversity. For years Vancouver has been known for its multiculturalism and the […]

The Top 10 Food Trends For 2013

Each year sees different food trends, whether it’s a certain favored ingredient or the resurgent popularity of an entire regional cuisine. What will prove trendy in 2013? Read on to find out. Freekeh is the New Quinoa This smoky, bulgur-like Ancient grain is slowly replacing the super-food of the Incas on restaurant menus. Freekeh (pronounced […]

The Art of Serving and Drinking Sake

Sake is an alcoholic beverage that originates from Japan. It is made from fermented rice, which is why in some countries this beverage is referred to as rice wine. Undiluted sake contains between 15 percent to 20 percent alcohol, and while it’s unclear when the first time sake was made, there is documented evidence of […]

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