Small Bites: You can now study tacos at university

Dec 20 2017, 3:52 am

Hungry for more food stories? Check out these small bites:

  • From his spot behind Hawskworth’s bar, Cooper Tardivel hints at what’s to come at Hawksworth II, and what he’s excited to drink in 2016.
  • Were you following junk food and tweezers chef “Jacques La Merde” on Instagram? Turns out she (yes, she) is a Toronto-based chef.
  • In case you wanted to study tacos in university…you can!
  • The Sun checks in with Boulevard’s executive chef, Alex Chen, as he preps to compete in the Canadian Culinary Championships next month in Kelowna.
  • Mmm, this looks like a great rainy day weekend recipe from the Food Gays: Baked Brie with Caramelized Onions
  • February 1 to 7 is Montreal’s La Poutine Week. Maybe it’s a good time to pull our Best Poutine in Vancouver out of last year’s archives.
  • Our top food stories this week: Coffee is good for you, where to find Chinese new year treats, #cauliflowercrisis2016, the best spots for weekday breakfast, MasterChef Canada‘s season 2 winner heads a new restaurant in Langley, Refood launches their food waste crowdfunding campaign, where to eat on Valentine’s Day, the best birthday cakes, and a thought-provoking open letter from a “Dine Out Vancouver widow.”
  • A closer look at our featured photo this week:

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