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Fast Flavours Cookbook Interview With Chef Michael Smith
Chef Michael Smith chats with the VO about his latest cookbook Fast Flavours.
Dec 6th, 2012
Recipe to Riches celebrates the best of Canadian home chefs
Recipe to Riches finalist Jennifer Innis tells us how she wowed the judges at her Vancouver audition.
Nov 8th, 2012
Remembering the late Celebrity Chef Anthony Sedlak's life in the kitchen
It was hard to believe Sedlak got his start in cooking just so he could get cheap snowboarding passes. But that's what he told the Vancouver Observer in 2008.
Linda Solomon Wood
Aug 17th, 2008
Bob Blumer wows guests with World's Weirdest Pop-Up Restaurant show at the Waldorf
Bob Blumer brings crazy concepts to life at the World’s Weirdest Pop-Up at Vancouver’s Waldorf Hotel.
Apr 1st, 2012
Bob Blumer's World's Weirdest Restaurants coming to The Waldorf
Bob Blumer on his latest culinary experiences and his upcoming “World’s Weirdest Pop-Up Restaurant” event at Vancouver’s Waldorf Hotel.
Mar 17th, 2012
Backlash brews over use of horse meat in 'Top Chef Canada' episode
The reality TV show ``Top Chef Canada'' came under fire Monday over an episode in which contestants were asked to prepare a dish using horse meat. By late afternoon, over 3,600 people had joined a...
The Canadian Press
May 16th, 2011
Where are all the female chefs?
My paternal grandmother had a giant kitchen. She was an excellent cook by necessity. She could do things like have an entire roast lunch ready on demand for a crowd of people after church every...
Feb 20th, 2011