• For the foodie ...

    Check out these elegant and efficient pieces – pulled together by Vancouver Fashion Week’s MicroMacro magazine – to pack for your trip to the BC Seafood Festival this year. The BC Seafood Festival starts in exactly 3 days and will run for 10 days of food, fun, drinks, expos and more. There is so much […]

    Marine Harvest ...

    Aquaculture companies top first comprehensive sustainability assessment of world’s biggest food producers. By SeawestNews Aquaculture giant Marine Harvest, which has been targeted by anti-fish farm activists in B.C. has topped the new sustainable food producers’ index, which is based on criteria such as use of antibiotics, animal welfare and food safety. Together with Leroy Seafood […]
  • Chef Shaun Spoo...

    Chef Shaun Spooner, The Prime Chophouse – Courtenay, BC, was born in Edmonton, Alberta where he literally grew up in the hospitality industry – his mom was involved in Hotel Management. Later, when his mom was transferred to Victoria, B.C., Shaun saw his future as a chef. “I knew from the first moment I saw […]

    Geoduck to be t...

    Seafood Expo to showcase BC’s $45 million geoduck fishery By SeawestNews The not-so-pretty geoduck from the waters of B.C., prized as delicacies in China and Hong Kong, is now gaining a tasty reputation in Europe. “It is a unique seafood choice that is increasing in demand in European markets including the UK, France, Holland and […]
  • NIC’s Che...

    Chef Bauby spent his early twenties exploring Morocco, the Canary Islands, the Cabo Verde Islands, the Ivory Coast, the Congo, and Sierra Leone, before coming to Canada in 1991 to grow his career as a chef and an instructor. With 30 years of experience that includes catering for President Bill Clinton, coaching students to win […]

    Chef Chance Wil...

    Chef Chance Wilke knew from a young age that he was going to be a professional chef. His first food memory was at the age of 2 when he helped his mom fry an egg, and that fondness for the ‘culinary world’ was the beginning of his ongoing love for experimenting and creating amazing food […]
  • When the salmon...

    “If we have a name for it, it means this has been happening for thousands of years and it has nothing to do with salmon farming,” Harold Sewid, Qwe’Qwa’Sot’Em Clan Chief By Fabian Dawson SeawestNews When the salmon don’t return, the Qwe’Qwa’Sot’Em people of the Broughton Archipelago in Northwest British Columbia, have a name for […]

    Chef Dang at th...

    Chef Quang Dang, Executive Chef at Araxi Restaurant & Oyster Bar – Whistler, BC, was raised in Calgary, with family roots that stretch back to Scotland and the orchards and rice fields of Vietnam, Chef Quang Dang moved to Vancouver in 1998 to finish his engineering degree and to train for the Olympics with Canada’s […]
  • Chef Pabst will...

    Chef Pabst, Executive Chef, Blue Water Cafe is one of Canada’s most accomplished chefs, Frank Pabst’s disciplined technique—earned in some of Europe’s finest kitchens—is matched to the West Coast’s abundant harvest of seafood. Widely recognized for his creative impetus and leadership in responsible seafood practices, today Pabst leads Blue Water Cafe’s brigade of expert chefs […]

    Chef Whittaker ...

    Forage and Chef Chris Whittaker have been recognized for their outstanding efforts by both Vancouver Magazine Green Award and Where Magazine Green Table Network Award. Most recently Whittaker was inducted into the BC Restaurant & Food Service Association Hall of Fame. Chef Whittaker’s philosophy is simple: respect our land and water. Use local suppliers: small […]
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