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Drinks
How to pair a rich local Viognier

What to pair with BC winery La Frenz's exceptional Viognier?

Drinks
To hell with hockey - I'm going for the beer!

The Games offer more than just sporting events...

Recipes
Recipe: Pan-seared sake and lemongrass-marinated Pacific halibut

Chef William Tse shares his recipe for Pacific halibut and local veggies.

Restaurants
Cozy in at Little Nest

Incredible food in a casual setting for families, people-watchers and foodies alike.

Local Food
Food Security, Pt 2: Fuzzy definitions get in the way of real solutions

David Jordan sees three distinct challenges to solving Vancouver's hunger problem.

Drinks
JoieFarm's organic unoaked Chardonnay

The newly rebranded JoieFarm boasts an award-winning organic Chardonnay.

Recipes
Make your own pumpkin purée

Make your own 100-mile pumpkin pie filling from scratch!

Restaurants
A taste of Nepal at Café Kathmandu

Local ingredients transport the senses to the far-flung mountains of Nepal.

Recipes
Recipe: Curried pumpkin and mushroom soup

Autumn is the perfect season for this hearty, flavour-packed soup.

Recipes
Don't eat the jack-o-lantern!

Jack-o-lanterns aren't for eating, but the seeds are...

Local Food
MAP: Thanksgiving, locally

Find ingredients for your Thanksgiving feast at nearby farms and farmers markets.

Restaurants
Habit on Main St reopens!

Habit on Main St. is back! But with a few changes...

Restaurants
Granville's guide to Vancouver's finest sushi restaurants

Granville Online's guide to five of the finest sushi joints in town.

Recipes
Recipe: Chanterelle risotto with seared Qualicum Bay scallops

Refinery chef Michael Carter offers a recipe for his fave fall ingredient.

Food & Drink
Vancouver savvy sushi and seafood guide

Granville's guide to sushi, seafood, and eating the right fish in Vancouver.

Local Food
Richmond Country Farms: The best local produce

Fill up two cloth shopping bags with fruits and vegetables for $10-15.

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