Taste Your Way through Whistler Cornucopia

Whistler’s popular annual food and wine festival, Whistler Cornucopia, is back this month! Celebrating it’s 22nd year, Cornucopia takes place November 8-18, 2018. Two weeks of dining events, tastings, drink seminars, and parties, there’s plenty to experience in Whistler before the start of the ski/snowboard season. Local Whistler restaurateurs and visiting B.C. and Canadian chefs alike have…

Recap: Whistler Cornucopia’s Poured

During last weekend’s Whistler Cornucopia food & wine festival, the signature drink event Poured took place on Saturday evening. Similar to the Night Market the night before (see my recap on that event here), Poured was hosted at the Whistler Conference Centre and displayed various stations/booths of beer, wine and spirits, along with a few…

The Big Picture – New Vancouver Theatresports Improv Show

Summer is here and what better way to spend an evening but to enjoy a free outdoor movie experience around Vancouver. However, on a rainy day, or in need of a great laugh this summer, Vancouver Theatresports League is offering its own take on classic movies with its latest production The Big Picture – An Improvised Movie. Going until…

Summer’s Broken Ladder Ciders

Summer’s here and what better way to start off BBQ season but to sit on the deck and sip some local craft beers and ciders. Recently I had the chance to enjoy some of BC Tree Fruits Cider Co.’s latest Broken Ladder ciders. Broken Ladder ciders are BC Tree Fruits Cider Co’s latest premium craft cider…

BC Home + Garden Show Feb 17-21 Sneak Peak

Wednesday was the BC Home + Garden Show‘s opening night. We were invited to come out and check out what’s in store at this year’s Spring show as well as watch the Battle of the Brewmasters on the Cooking Stage (Big Rock Brewery vs Steel Toad). This year’s Cooking Stage features quite a few local chefs from restaurants…