Foodists Videos

Foodists Videos

Enlighten your appetite. If you’re passionate about food, perhaps you’ve wondered about such things as where those delicious spot prawns comes from, how to butcher and prepare a whole lamb, how West Coast First Nations have traditionally prepared their salmon, and more. Join Ben Garfinkel and Mark Busse, aka The Foodists, as they turn their curiosity about gastronomy into opportunity and adventure. Come explore food as culture, delicacy and delight.

Check out other fun Foodists videos on Vimeo and stay tuned for more upcoming videos soon! Have a great idea for a Foodists video? Email us at info@foodists.ca!

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Watch as the guys brave the elements and learn the traditional First Nations technique for cooking salmon as guests of the shishalh (Sechelt) Nation on BC’s Sunshine Coast.

 

In this video GoVoluntouring.com founder Aaron Smith drinks an entire cup of homemade hot sauce in a stunt to raise money to support sea turtle conservation

In this video GoVoluntouring.com founder Aaron Smith drinks an entire cup of homemade hot sauce in a stunt to raise money to support sea turtle conservation. Click here to read full post.

 

Mark and Nathan venture an hour north of Vancouver to Brackendale, BC,  to enjoy a delicious breakfast at Fergie's Cafe and view majestic eagles up close as we float down the river with Sunwolf.

Mark and Nathan venture an hour north of Vancouver to Brackendale, BC, to enjoy a delicious breakfast at Fergie’s Cafe and view majestic eagles up close as we float down the river with Sunwolf. Click here to read full post.

 

This Foodists.ca adventure finds Mark and Ben exploring all things food at the Pacific National Exhibition on its 103rd year.

This Foodists.ca adventure finds Mark and Ben exploring all things food at the Pacific National Exhibition on its 103rd year. Click here to read full post.

 

Spot Prawning With The Foodists

Foodists Chad, Mark and Ben strap on their sea legs and go prawning with Organic Ocean in a very secret location. Click here to read full post.

 

Roger Mooking with Foodists at D-Original Sausage

Foodists.ca founders Mark Busse and Ben Garfinkel meet Food Network celebrity chef, author and television host, Roger Mooking and discuss his career in the exciting setting of D Original Sausage Factory. Click here to read full post.

 

Butchers of Gastown III — Watch as the Foodists fillet, shuck, de-bone and cook their way through over 500 pounds of fresh seafood.

 

Lila and her dad Ben make a Cherry Clafouti. A recipe not so easy for kids to say, but simple to do!

 

Foodists.ca contributor and outdoorsman James Sherrett was recently interviewed for an episode of “Pinched” on CBC’s Early Edition with Rick Cluff.

 

Foodists.ca founders Ben Garfinkel and Mark Busse visit CocoaNymph and explore all things chocolate. Click here to read full post.

 

Mark’s Grandma Story at Rain City Chronicles

 

First there was The Surreal Gourmet. Then came Glutton for Punishment. Now Bob Blumer visits The Foodists… Pop-Up Video style! Click here to read full post.

 

Foodists.ca founders Ben Garfinkel and Mark Busse visit Hapa Umi a week prior to its official opening and poke around the kitchen. Enjoy their witty banter as they partake in experiences with salmon, sushi and booze. Click here to read full post.

 

Lila and her dad make a simple, four-ingredient lemon mousse for the discerning foodie toddler.

 

Mark & Ben wince as they sample some of the more challenging fare at the Summer Night Market in Richmond. Click here to read full post.

 

Foodists.ca founders Mark Busse and Ben Garfinkel were guests on The World Today Weekend on CKNW with host Randall Mark on August 1st, 2010.

 

Melody Fury of The Foodists, ventures out during Vancouver’s 2010 Winter Olympics and experiences a tasting of Olympic proportions!

 

What happens when a 125 lb organic-raised lamb meets 13 foodists and a professional chef? Sheer excitement and tantalizing terror as The Butchers of Gastown reunite to butcher and cook Angus II.

 

Check out other fun Foodists videos on Vimeo and stay tuned for more upcoming videos soon! Have a great idea for a Foodists video? Email us at info@foodists.ca!