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By: Food Day Canada  09-12-2011
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/ September 8, 2011 11:01 pm

Another great Food Day Canada restaurant! **** In just three short years, Chef Ronald St Pierre and Tricia St Pierre have created a culinary destination in the Comox Valley. My friend, Jeremy Ferguson wrote the following in the Globe and

/ September 5, 2011 2:08 pm

Another Fabulous Food Day Canada Restaurant! *** In the 1980s,  long before others were even thinking ‘local food’, the dining room at the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver was bastion of Pacific Northwest Cuisine.  Then-chef Kerry Sear haunted the farms

/ August 8, 2011 9:46 pm

From 1891 till World War II, when Canadian Pacific’s ocean liners, all bearing the word “Empress” in their names, steamed across the Pacific between British Columbia and the exotic ports of the Far East travel by land and by sea

/ August 6, 2011 5:28 am

Tiny quail skitter quickly between the rows of grapes (and across the roadways). The vineyards stretch down towards the water, disappearing over a ridge. The air smells of earth and of summer. Quails’ Gate Winery is owned and operated by

/ August 5, 2011 5:12 pm

When Quang Dang, the super chef of Diva at the Met, facebook’d a note about the food at The Apron, I was intrigued. A top restaurant in a Richmond airport hotel seemed somewhat incongruous. But as I did my homework

/ August 5, 2011 1:28 pm
/ August 5, 2011 3:09 am

Perched high overlooking the valley, Mission Hill Family Estate Winery is the most beautiful winery in Canada. From its bell tower, the noon chimes echo over Lake Okanagan. Every valley visitor should make a determined effort to have at least

/ August 4, 2011 12:32 pm

Soft round notes of a hidden flute rise as the early summer sun sets over the Pacific. The shores become shadowy; frogs take over, singing their hearts out. Offshore a line of breakers surge onto a reef connecting the islands. 

/ August 3, 2011 1:17 am

The extraordinary sensual beauty is overwhelming. Across the Strait of Juan de Fuca, as it was years ago for me, the Olympic Mountains are awash in pink and blue and purple. The sea calls. Seals lay on boulders in a

/ July 31, 2011 11:37 am

Spinnakers’  motto is  “Our beers feel local” — so local in fact that I’ve seen owners, staff and brew masters from other local breweries gather at the traditional  4 p.m. for the ritual of cracking the “firkin”….or two if a

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Food Day — Food Day - prairies

In a location steeped in Canadian history, Buffalo Mountain Lodge is part of the family of Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts, a company who pioneered the concept of ‘mountain cuisine’. Opened in the fall of 2009 by Lauren Mentiplay, along with her husband Brian and sons Justin and Dylan Ludwig, the Fainting Goat is a real family-operated restaurant.


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Great Restaurants - Food Day — Food Day

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Canadians Celebrate - Food Day — Food Day

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Food Day — Food Day - archived posts and awards

The University of Guelph Innovation Award is presented to restaurants from across Canada that approach food in a new and exciting manner with a particular emphasis on creativity and innovation. Food Day is pleased to announce that Anthony Walsh is joining this year’s judging panel for the first annual Food Day Awards. Family members from Toronto and Brockville will join us in Ottawa for a BBQ – rain or shine it doesn’t matter!.