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.”
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