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Our Holiday Pick

Does it not seem that December always finds a way to creep up on us? The slow November days of gray skies and poppy-marked pea coats quickly turn into the fervid hustle and bustle of the holiday season. And suddenly, with presents to buy, dinners to plan, and errands to run, we’re bombarded with the […]

VFT Presents: One Day Only – Edition #1

This week, we continue our foodie travel series, with one very special feature destination: Vancouver. If you haven’t noticed from our blog already, it’s no secret that there are countless foodie things to do in Vancouver. In our blog, we’ve taken to featuring one restaurant per week; however, with thousands of restaurants in the city, […]


Vancouver, BC – November 29, 2013 Tasting tours are just the ticket to titillate tourists and locals. That’s the message the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) shares as it inducts Vancouver Foodie Tours into its Canadian Signature Experience (CSE) program. The tourism arm of the federal government announced yesterday that the Vancouver-based gastronomic guides earned its […]

Fun things to do in Vancouver: Mocha Matchup

When it comes to certain “M” foods – mochas, macarons, and matcha desserts – I’m proud to say that I know my stuff. Though all of these items hold special places in my heart and stomach, the chilly weather of Vancouver approacheth; to combat the rainy season, we profile the Top Three Mochas in Vancouver […]

Cheers! It’s Craft Beer Month in Vancouver!

33 Acres Brewing Company 15 W 8th Avenue Vancouver, BC Monday – Thursday: 12-9PM Friday – Saturday: 11-11PM Sunday: 12-5PM I feel obligated to tell you that today’s blog post doesn’t contain food. However, today marks the middle-point of Craft Beer Month in Vancouver, so I took advantage of the occasion to feature a local, […]

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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