Need to get out of the house and warm your innards? The Vancouver Hot Chocolate Festival offers a fun date option and a more liver-friendly type of drink crawl. It is also a fundraiser for the Downtown Eastside Women’s Job Training Program, Growing Chefs, and Fresh To Families, which connects
“If you have a second dessert stomach” – Check! – “this guilt-free chocolate mousse will definitely fill it.” So says Brad Hill – publisher and photographer behind the latest volume in the Foodie series: the Plant-Based Foodie Vancouver. This offering of delicious recipes from popular Vancouver restaurants follows his neighbourhood-based cookbook
Who can take tomorrow, Dip it in a dream? Separate the sorrow And collect up all the cream? The candyman can. The (nice kind of ) candyman can. If Willy Wonka is still in retirement and Charlie is busy fighting off Veruca, Vancouver is a good place to look for
At the start of 2018, Restaurants Canada – a national, not for profit association – asked 430 chefs about the menu items and cooking techniques that were gaining popularity in their professional kitchens. Now, as Restaurants Canada prepares for their huge 2019 Trade Show, they report out on
Fancy a holiday treat? The twinkly lights are up at Granville Island; go in the dark if you can. Bakers and potion-makers have responded with all sorts of delicious sweets to bring on a festive mood. • @ ChocolaTas • @ Olde World Fudge • @ Stuart’s • @ Terra
Take 4 ounces of pimpinella root. 3 3/8 drachms of essence of vanilla. 21 1/3 pints of fine Batavia arrack. 32 drops of oil of cassia-buds. The brewing of cocktails has long been a fun hobby for mad scientists, particularly those with a flair for names. Duke of Norfolk Punch.
If you a) have a sweet tooth and b) are indecisive, do your homework. Study the menu, consult your taste buds. The lines are long enough; no one will thank you for dawdling. Small Victory was launched 2014 in Yaletown by Qasim Nathoo, soon after he graduated from business school.
1000 dwarf trees, 25 types of apples, Pacific Ocean breeze, and a long history of island craftmanship. It’s with these core ingredients that Ravenskill Orchards is carrying on a decades old tradition of creating small batch premium cider on Gabriola Island. In 2002, Keith and Marti MacKenzie started their heritage
As tea fanatics, we’re always looking for new and exciting ways to get our fix. Add some sweets and we’re scraping at the door. How exciting, then, to see the incredibly creative Enchanted Forest Tea that Chef William Lew is serving at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver until November 18th. We
Gustav Von Mink is a busy man. He is ever thinking of new ways to feature his small batch chocolate: with kentucky bourbon and fresh mint in chocolate ganache, over bacon in hand speckled eggs, sparkling with mermaid-approved sea salt. Or how about some milk chocolate ketzels rolled through caramelized