A weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.
The days are getting shorter and a little wetter, which means there’s more time at night to eat, drink and indulge in lush wines, heady cocktails, and all the truffles of the season. Dining out safely can still be delicious and delightful, and some restaurants are going that extra step to create some special experiences.
The annual Whistler Cornucopia Food & Drink Festival is usually a lavish, extravagant and crowded two weeks of indulgence and learning. This year, the event is still happening, but in a safer, more socially-distanced way.
Vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, plant-based…these terms have become part of the common lexicon of dining and two local restaurants are redefining what that means.
No need to worry about feeding the thousands, but with families still gathering to carve the turkey–or the ham–where can we go to dine out, take away, and celebrate with our six? Hear about lots of tasty options, from meat-centric to plant-based, gluten-free and more.
Food writer Joanne Sasvari shares one of her favourite Thanksgiving recipes.
The last six months have proven challenging for the hospitality industry, but the greatest challenges are still to come as patio season – and temporary government supports – end. The pandemic and its attendant restrictions are still here, so what does that mean for our favourite watering holes?
The Mid-Autumn or Harvest Moon Festival is coming up, meaning it’s time for moon cakes and other fall treats! And Salmon n’ Bannock is celebrating 10 years of serving up First Nations fare in Vancouver.
The 31st annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards took place on September 14. VanMag Food Editor Neal McLellan joins fellow judges Joie Alvaro Kent and Lee Man to talk about the winners, the awards process, the current state of the industry and the challenges of the coming year.
Opening during a pandemic may not seem like great timing, but for Bar Gobo, a new local wine bar, it’s spelling good fortune. And, in the South Okanagan, Hester Creek Winery has relaunched its restaurant, Terrafina, and adapted to the new normal.