• Meet Chef Andre...

    For over a decade, Chef Andrea Carlson has left a resounding legacy on Vancouver’s dining scene. Chef Andrea Carlson’s commitment to homegrown ingredients and active support of local food systems has led to strong relationships forged with farmers and growers, including previously unknown producers who have now caught the attention of chefs citywide. Born and […]

    Salmon farming ...

    Science points not to farming but to over-fishing and climate change as the top issues our wild salmon face. Commentary By Stewart Muir As a researcher and former journalist who goes beyond the headlines to study the benefits and challenges of numerous resource industries, it has struck me as peculiar that a beneficial endeavour like […]
  • Sea the future ...

    Salmon farmers have committed $1.5 million in research funds to be utilized in collaborations with government, academic and independent research institutions.  By SeawestNews Fisheries experts will gather at the BC Seafood Expo on Vancouver Island next month to gain a better understanding of the local marine environment and help chart the future of the province’s […]

    Alberta-proud C...

    Chef Darren MacLean is an Alberta-born chef who has reached much acclaim for his no-nonsense approach to cooking, depth of flavour and understanding of cuisines that stretch well beyond the prairies. After closing his previous Calgary spot, Downtownfood, MacLean set off in search of a muse. A trip through rural Japan with chef Yoshihiro Narisawa of […]
  • Nathan Fong on ...

    Nathan has been an award-winning food stylist for print and film advertising since 1988 and is an internationally published food and travel journalist. Nathan Fong currently is celebrating his 27th year on Global BCTV News with his “Saturday Chefs” and “Fong on Food” segments, and has been a regular contributor to Canada’s public radio network, […]

    Fairmont’...

    Chef Isabel Chung began her culinary career in 2001 at the Delta Bow Valley, Calgary, Alberta, holding the roles of Second Cook and First Cook. Expanding her experience internationally, she transferred to the Fairmont Southampton in 2005 as Senior Chef de Partie and then was quickly promoted to Sous Chef. In 2008, Chef Isabel returned […]
  • Peruvian fusion...

    Shelome Bouvette, owner and executive chef of Chicha’s, a modern Peruvian fusion tapas restaurant, is regarded as one of the female pioneers in the culinary industry with her signature modern west coast Latin fusion. A veteran Vancouver chef, as well as trained pastry Chef, and member of the highly regarded women culinary and hospitality innovators and leaders association, “Les […]

    Meet BC Seafood...

    Born and raised on a farm in Hawaii, Eva grew up surrounded by the tropical bounty that Mother Nature has to offer – the mountains, the ocean, and the earth. Her grandparents were farmers and fishermen, and since she was young, she greatly appreciated how food was sourced naturally and wanted to pursue the path of farm to table cooking. She believes that food […]
  • Conservation gr...

    Farming the sea sustainably increases the security of our food supply, the supply of healthy protein while reducing the ecological footprint, say conservation groups. By SeaWestNews Anti-fish farm groups in BC, trying to kill the sustainable aquaculture industry, want you to believe that all conservation groups are behind their efforts. That is simply not true […]

    Chef Mark Best,...

    Chef Mark Best is amongst Australia’s most awarded and revered chefs. At Marque restaurant he cemented his place in the upper echelons of the global fine dining scene. Amongst a raft of awards Marque was featured for three years running in the prestigious San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants, commencing with the 2010 “Break-through award”. […]
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