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Salted Smelt with Cumin and Thyme

Growing up in Ontario, my dad used to come back from wintertime east-coast work trips with a bag of frozen smelt, but I never really understood where they came from (river? ocean? lake?) or why they were so delicious.…

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Posted by: on Monday, February 11th, 2013
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Unpretentious Gourmet Food Tour in Vancouver

Foodtree and Urbandig are pumped to invite you to uncover unpretentious gourmet food in Vancouver during GROWconf. We’re completely certain that this will be the tastiest Day 3 GROWconf adventure, so grab one of the…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
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Take a bite out of BC

There are a couple of places in Vancouver that have managed to successfully transcend their tourist appeal and evolve to offer locals plenty of reasons to convene at. Then again, maybe their original success has simply…

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Posted by: on Thursday, June 2nd, 2011
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Home is where the food is

I can’t count the times I’ve heard Mark say, “There’s something about being creative and loving food that goes hand-in-hand.” On top of that, I certainly can’t count the instances where…

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Posted by: on Sunday, January 17th, 2010
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Holland & de la Salle Tell It Like It Is: “town planning turned its back on food”

Our old friend Mark Holland (coolest radio voice ever) and his colleague Janine de la Salle have published a terrific article entitled Food For Thought in today’s West Coast News section of The Vancouver Sun. In it,…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, February 10th, 2009
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