2018-09-04
September 2018 Food Bytes
September Hot pick - Slow Fish Canada Dinner
  • 5th Annual Chefs' Table Society of BC's “Slow Fish Canada Dinner”

    It's a kitchen party! Meet the Chefs While you Eat and Sip.

    Move from kitchen to kitchen and enjoy sustainable seafood. This unique way for true seafood lovers, sustainable seafood fans and all gourmet enthusiasts to indulge only happens once a year. AND, only 100 tickets are available! Purchase tickets before September 9 for $99 + taxes and fees here. (Tickets from September 10 onward are $109 + taxes and fees). Proceeds from this event along with earmarked funds will be used to fund a scholarship; one will be awarded that night. Tickets include reception, flavourful seafood dishes paired to wines, sweet treats from James Coleridge of Uno Gelato and a rare chance to interact with eight acclaimed chefs.

    When: Sunday, September 23, 2018, 6pm-9pm. 

    Where: Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA) located at the entrance to Granville Island.

    Participating chefs:

    Julian Bond, Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts

    Andrea Carlson, Burdock and Co.

    Welbert Choi, Forage

    Warren Chow, Juniper

    Jason Harris, Colette Grand Café at Holt Renfrew

    Edgar Kano, Four Seasons Hotel

    Greg McCallum, Le Crocodile

    Mark Singson, Food Art and Music (Top Chef Canada Finalist Season 6)

     

     Limited tix for @ChefsTableBC Oct 15 Slow Fish Dinner.

https://bit.ly/2Pg75dH  Buy b4 Sept 09 & save! #sustainability 

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United Way and Johnny’s Popsicle Give-away

By 2025, United Way wants 1 million people to engage in acts of local love across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. This week, United Way has  teamed up with Vancouver-based artisan popsicle maker Johnny’s Pops to spread local love across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley in a sweet and surprising way. Look for a special ‘pop’ up cart in Mission, Port Moody, North Vancouver, New Westminster and Steveston from September 5th to 9th. Lucky passers-by can snap up one of two delicious Johnny’s Pops popsicles, made with B.C. strawberries or raspberries.

 

Johnny's artisan popsicle 
For your love in action

What: For every popsicle, United Way aims to raise awareness of its goal, inspiring local residents to reflect on what local love means to them. “This is local love in action, which is all about making our communities better,” said Michael Mcknight, President & CEO of United Way of the Lower Mainland. “It can be as small as surprising a neighbour with a treat, or as big as mobilizing thousands to help the most vulnerable people in our communities. Everyone can benefit from an act of local love.” The Johnny's Pop bicycle cart launched in May of 2013 and hit the streets to slang some tasty tasty handmade pops. These pops are not your regular pops, they are built for grownup taste buds, primarily using ingredients from BC. Find Johnny’s Pops at farmers markets and events around the city.

When: September 5 – 9th (Wednesday to Sunday)

Where:

Mission City Station, Mission: Wednesday, September 5, 4:00pm

33200 N Railway Ave, Mission

Rocky Point Park, Port Moody: Thursday, September 6, 5:00pm

2800 Murray St, Port Moody

Shipyard Night Market, North Vancouver: Friday, September 7, 5:00pm

Wallace Mews, North Vancouver

River Market, New Westminster: Saturday, September 8, 1:00pm

810 Quayside Dr, New Westminster

Steveston Harbour, Richmond: Sunday, September 9, 1:00pm

3820 Bayview St, Richmond

 


Hart House Mansion 1988

Hart House Restaurant at Deer Lake celebrates 30th Anniversary with ‘Throw Back Menu’

Known for its picturesque lake view, lush lawns and garden, the Tudor-style mansion has been the home of Hart House Restaurant since 1988. A local favourite for intimate and family dinners and celebrations, this elegant 3-acre lakeside estate also hosts many private and corporate functions, dinner events, weddings and special gatherings. This September, Hart House is celebrating her own 30th anniversary. 

When: September 4 (Tuesday) to September 30 (Sunday)

What: Classic dishes using locally sourced and natural ingredients recreated by Executive Chef Mike Genest. Guests can choose either a 2-course (Appetizer and Main, or Main & Dessert) for $30pp or 3-course (Appetizer, Main & Dessert) for $40 pp. excluding taxes and gratuities

6664 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby

Reservations: 604-298-4278.

www.harthouserestaurant.com


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Accents Inn presents The Invasion of the Shameless Do-Gooders

The invasion will intercept people as they are enjoying a Saturday activity they love…and Accent Inns will be on location at the following community events to deliver good surprises and make the experience even better while shamelessly displaying their do-good attitude.


What: 1/ Supporting Variety Charity

Join 15 Variety families and Mandy Farmer, CEO, Accent Inns, along with the unsuspecting public as we surprise, delight and have some fun with all those who are heading outdoors to play in the trees.

When: September 8th 10:00am – 3:00pm

Where: Wildplay Element Park, 23485 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge, BC

 

What: Supporting BC SPCA

Bring your own pet and come see what Accent Inns have in store for pet owners out walking their dogs on this day!

When: September 15th   9:00am – 3:00pm

Where: Moody Park (between 6th Street and 8th street, beside the playground), New Westminster

 

What: Supporting the North Shore Mountain Biking Association (NSMBA)

Mountain bikers and hikers come and celebrate the new charitable partnership between Accent Inns and NSMBA, along with the sponsorship of the “Good Sir Martin” climbing trail on Mount Seymour, identified by new signs at the trailhead.

When: September 22nd 8:00am – 2:00pm

Where: Old Buck Parking Lot, Mount Seymour, North Vancouver

 





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