Hopcott Premium Meats Bistro – A Farm-to-Plate Lunch [OVERVIEW]

As a business of the Circle Farm Tour, Hopcott Premium Meats Bistro in Pitt Meadows represents the joy of shopping local, supporting the Fraser Valley, and indulging in homey eats. As part of my journey to Harrison Hot Springs last week, I got to stop by this local farm store »

Beringer Bros. – A Napa Story of Bourbon-Aged Wines [OVERVIEW]

You don't survive as Napa's longest continually operating winery without strong ownership and the business wits to pivot to revitalize your product. Enter in Beringer Bros. and you have a winemaking vineyard that has introduced the world to hand-dug cellars, wine tours (actually a 20th-century introduction!), and the world's largest »

Deighton Cup Returns on July 21st 2018 [PREVIEW]

If you haven't heard about the Deighton Cup yet, you'll be pleased to learn it's a Vancouver-born event that brings guests back to the glory of the twenties in style, entertainment, and ambiance. Back for its 10th year anniversary, the crowd of 6,000+ guests is sure to provide glimpses »

Grey Goose Marché - A Dinner by Christophe Dufau [RECAP]

When I was in high school and college, Grey Goose was the gold standard when it came to sourcing quality vodka. The only reason it was revered was because of the smoothness of drinking it straight versus other vodkas. Now that I'm an adult (in age), I get to appreciate »

Sokol Blosser – A Winemaker Dinner at Semiahmoo Resort [OVERVIEW]

Destination dinners are a great way to plan a getaway. A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to experience a Pacific Northwest showcase of wine by Sokol Blosser Winery expertly paired to culinary creations by Bruno Feldeisen and Devin Kellogg, the head chef and sous chef respectively at »

14 Summer Menu Items from Rocky Mountain Flatbread [OVERVIEW]

Despite the rain, summer has formally hit Vancouver which means the most popular flatbread restaurant in Kitsilano has refreshed its menu with summer chops in mind. Rocky Mountain Flatbread has been a mainstay in the neighbourhood for years and blends a family-friend restaurant with a sustainable menu appealing to various »

5 Reasons to Look Forward to EAT! Vancouver 2018 [PREVIEW]

Gone are the days of EAT! Vancouver being the most talked about trade show floor for food products. In its place for a couple years now is a fall celebration of Vancouver chefs and culinary projects. For 2018, EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival is back for the 3rd iteration of »