A weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.
In North Vancouver, a long-standing local pub has undergone a visual and culinary transformation, while in East Van, a hyper-local series of artisan markets are running through the fall.
A small, local chocolate maker is celebrating a decade of excellence and Thanksgiving is set to be a little easier this year.
In North Vancouver, a popular local ramen joint undergoes a metamorphosis and, in East Van, a pop-up dining experience returns to Vancouver Community College.
Fall means festivals and events galore, and while some things may be different this year, good food and drink are a lovely constant in times of change. Hear about some meat, cheese and beer events coming soon.
Vaccine passports in British Columbia are now in effect and restaurants are dealing with the challenges in a variety of ways.
An annual industry event aims to help those in hospitality navigate a changing industry and later we discuss what needs to change in the industry to keep attracting and retaining people.
Anya visits Watermark Beach Resort in Osoyoos, BC, Canada and indulges in a wine tasting and chat with wine director Ron Rocher at the resort’s new restaurant, 15 Park Bistro.
A local chef and restaurateur has been honoured by the French government and in Oliver, a small, lakefront winery is putting out some lovely and light wines.
An East Van restaurant is celebrating a “marrowing” first year, while in Oliver, a new winery is bringing a French twist to local wine varietals.