Straight Goods

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.
For $40 per person, you get an ever-changing, sharable selection of chef Makoto Ono’s small plates.
This weekend, Granville Island will celebrate the Winter Olympics with food and drink, live bands, kids’ entertainment, and more.
Love dumplings? Head to the Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza, where six types of Asian dumplings will be on offer.
Once again, throughout the month of February, Blue Water Cafe is encouraging patrons to give less familiar sustainable seafood a try.