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Before you scarf another piece of sushi, download Canada’s Sustainable Sushi Guide. This new wallet-sized guide from SeaChoice, an organization that promotes sustainable fisheries...
Look Before You Cook Mulling over your education options? The Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (1505 West 2nd Avenue) is holding an open house this Saturday (April 25)...
The 100-percent-barley bread made by European Breads Bakery (4324 Fraser Street) is a nice alternative for anyone in a wheat rut. Unlike many heavy rye loaves, it’s a fairly light...
Inexpensive sushi is easy to find in Vancouver. But inexpensive sushi that’s well made with fresh, quality seafood”¦ That’s another story. So when one of Vancouver’s top chefs...
Jazz Takes Flight Until May 2, Capones Restaurant & Live Jazz Club (1141 Hamilton Street) is matching the food and wine of five regions, including Italy, France, and...
Get Benched It's not hockey, but Naramata Bench's annual Spring Release wine tasting on April 21 at the Roundhouse (181 Roundhouse Mews) sells out almost as fast as Canucks...
To some, dropping $50-plus per person for brunch may seem outrageous. But this Sunday (April 12) is Easter, and if Grandpa’s paying, there are plenty of lavish hotel buffets to...
“Food and fuel are joined at the hip.”¦What happens at the oil well will show up on your dinner plate.” That’s according to Andrew Heintzman and Evan Solomon in the introduction...
When Bal Arneson moved to Canada 16 years ago, she discovered that the Indian food served in Vancouver restaurants wasn’t the Indian food she knew and loved from her native...
100-Mile TV They wrote the book on the 100-mile diet, and now James MacKinnon and Alisa Smith take the concept to the small screen. The 100-Mile Challenge series on the Food...

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