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CrEATe: Eating, Design and Future Food

There are many well-designed books about food; a current favorite being Tartine Bread by Chad Robertson and Eric Wolfinger, which boasts some of the most sumptuous food photography and elegantly-set typography seen in the…

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Posted by: on Monday, January 10th, 2011
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Celadon – Passion and Kimchi

We were in Whistler this summer, and happened upon Celadon Fine Korean Cuisine purely by accident. We were impressed by the food, but didn’t know the story behind it. Plus, we only got to try a few dishes – we…

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Posted by: on Thursday, November 25th, 2010
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Back to the Okanagan

Through my life I’ve been luckily enough to travel constantly through British Columbia. With family vacations, my own adventures and more music tours then I can count, I’m pretty sure I’ve seen every city of note,…

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Posted by: on Sunday, November 21st, 2010
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The Meat Class at Dirty Apron

Last month was my birthday.  As always, my lovely husband spoiled me rotten – dinner at Tojo’s, a beautiful Shun chef’s knife and a cooking class at Dirty Apron.  He had originally signed me up for the…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010
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Designer Eating in Vancouver

Travel is often defined by memories of food. Perhaps it’s the multi-sensory aspect of the experience, but it’s often the meals and snacks we try when on an adventure to some far away place that stick with us…

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Posted by: on Sunday, February 7th, 2010
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Where to eat in Chicago?

I used to live in Chicago. I also used to cook professionally there and did more than my fair share of eating around town. Once a month someone I know is going to Chicago and asks for suggestions. Here they are, in no…

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Posted by: on Friday, October 9th, 2009
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Kate Zimmerman Hates Food Bloggers

I find Kate Zimmerman’s dismissal of food bloggers and social media not only distasteful, but confusing. What is she on about exactly? Food bloggers? Smart mobile devices? Rude people? BBQ? The stupidity of Twitter…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, August 4th, 2009
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Diary of a Foodie

Foodists, foodie….whatever you wanna be called, it’s people who love food. Really love it. They can have long conversations criticizing, rhapsodizing and just plain obsessing about it. Sound familiar? On one of my…

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Posted by: on Friday, May 29th, 2009
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Coming from farmers, I will be a farmer.

This is my first post on foodists.ca so if you are interested, a little bit about me. I come from farmers. Unknown generations of them. As far back as our genealogy has been compiled, there are farmers and ranchers.…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, May 12th, 2009
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Spam: Filling bellies since WWII

It seems that Spam is a “love it or hate it” ingredient; it makes some smile and it makes many people gag, but it’s a selection that Steph and I often consider at our local haunts. It can be found boiled…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, February 11th, 2009
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WANTED: Junk Food Lover(s)

Hot beef sundae. Corn dog pizza. French fry-encased hot dog on a stick. Turbaconucken. Deep-fried Coca-Cola. Deep dish pizza vending machine. In-N-out 100×100 burger. Deep-fried twinkie on a stick dipped in chocolate…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, February 10th, 2009
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In this case, yes looks are everything.

I would be quite remiss if I failed to write about food books that DO include visuals, whether it be sumptuous food photography by the likes of John Sherlock & Quentin Bacon or excellent how-to, step-by-step demos…

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Posted by: on Friday, February 6th, 2009
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Great reads worth digesting

I love to read. I love to travel. I love food. I love all 3 combined. Sound familiar? So what’s a girl (or guy) to do when you can’t carry Thomas Keller’s The French Laundry Cookbook in your purse (or manbag) to…

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Posted by: on Sunday, February 1st, 2009
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Fall for Food in Japan

My family and I enjoyed 2 weeks in Tokyo & Nagano this October which turned out to be a repeat of a humid summer I once had as a kid. As usual, we had amazing food experiences. Some were comfortable flavors from past…

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Posted by: on Saturday, November 15th, 2008
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Auntie Mary’s

One of the many perks working for IB has definitely been around people who has a passion for great well-cooked authentic food. A while back, I had mentioned to both Mark and Ben that I have an aunt who creates magic in…

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Posted by: on Saturday, March 15th, 2008
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