Food of the Week

There are seven locations to shop and eat local starting now through the fall.
In North America, lunch doesn’t get much respect.
The evening includes a movie screening and a four-course dinner inspired by the film.
No matter how skilled you are in the kitchen, learning what to do with a less familiar ingredient is a good way to get out of a rut.
It’s even better with Re-up’s addictive honey barbecue sauce.
What’s new in Vancouver’s food scene?
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Dining Out for Life, the annual hospitality-industry fundraiser for people affected by HIV/AIDS.
The small restaurant focuses on simple European bistro fare, such as charcuterie, artisanal cheese, and savoury tarts.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, head down to the Fraser River any Sunday in March.