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A Valentine’s Day Menu for the Chocoholic at Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Suggestion

Rocky Mountain Flatbread and Koko Monk Chocolates are delighted to present our second annual Valentine’s Day Menu for the Chocoholic featuring raw chocolate and Rocky Mountain Flatbread favourites.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread’s Chef Oliver Zulauf has created a delicious three-course menu for Valentine’s Day that offers over 75 pizza and pasta combinations to choose from. Each course is paired with a handmade raw chocolate from Koko Monk Chocolates.

Wake up your palate with La Petite Amour – a lemongrass, lime and sunny mango raw chocolate – paired with your choice of crisp fresh salad (fig & goat cheese, basil & blackberry, or fresh herb salad).

When you add a taste of the Tuscan Blues – a lavender infused raw chocolate – and enjoy a hand crafted Traditional Flatbread pizza or pasta dish – you’ll believe life really is a box of chocolates.

Rekindle that old flame with a Smoking Heart – that is, a double smoked applewood and 12-year-old scotch raw chocolate fusion – along with Rocky Mountain Flatbread’s signature double chocolate brownie with house made vanilla ice cream (or gluten free baked cheese cake with toasted coconut crust).​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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This three-course menu is offered for $30 per person plus tax and gratuity.

Additional specials:

  • Valentine’s Day cocktail:  Fizzio Therapyfor $6.
  • Valentine’s Day Kids Menu: a three-course menu for $12.50 so the whole family can enjoy Valentines Dinner!

Make a reservation for the whole family at Rocky Mountain Flatbread on Valentine’s Day!

To Reserve:

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Main Street: Call 604-566-9779 or email info@rockymountainflatbread.ca.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Kitsilano: Cal 604-730-0321 or email info@rockymountainflatbread.ca.

Did you know?

Raw chocolate, a superfood made out of unprocessed, unroasted, untreated cacao beans, has a whole lot of health benefits ranging from reducing inflammation in the body, acting as a natural anti-depressant, improving the cardiovascular system, assisting with weight loss, slowing the aging process of cell, improving digestion, assisting with weight loss and many more.

About Rocky Mountain Flatbread
Rocky Mountain Flatbread takes pride in providing sustainably produced, local food that connects the farm, family and community. Visit our two Rocky Mountain Flatbread restaurant locations in Vancouver (Main Street & Kitsilano) or the original restaurant that started it all in Canmore, Alberta. Food court locations include Rocky Mountain Flatbread Express in Banff and Rocky Mountain Flatbread Food Court in West Vancouver. For more information, visit rockymountainflatbread.ca.

About Koko Monk
Koko Monk is known for its one of a kind, complex and sophisticated flavor fusions using raw chocolate. The company uses organic and health based ingredients without damaging and reducing their essence as one of the most important signifiers of their identity. Visit the Vancouver store in Kitsilano. For more information, visit www.kokomonk.com.

Eat, Grow, Love Long Table Events at Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Showcases Local Artisans 

One of my favourite places to lunch at is Rocky Mountain Flatbread as I am massively addicted to their shrimp sandwich; juicy Ocean Wise shrimp, sunflower sprouts, and tomatoes on their house made bread. I also love the frozen pizzas for a quick meal at home, and the pasta and pizza is excellent. Everything is made from scratch with local and well thought out ingredients, and they are super concerned about being green and looking after their diners as well as the environment.

This spring they’ve partnered up with local artisan food providers to bring you not only a nourishing and delightful meal, but also some very cool information about what’s going on food-wise in our community.

First up they presented “All about Mushrooms”, a chance to watch a cooking demo with their chef, Chef Oliver, learn all about the health benefits of eating mushrooms with Brendan Young, Holistic Registered Nutritionist, and taste their new seasonal menu items featuring mushrooms and we were lucky to attend! We left with some dried mushrooms and I’ve got plans for way more mushrooms in my meals now. I had no idea just how good they are for you.

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Wild Mushroom Bruschetta

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Wild Mushroom Artisan Pizza
Garlic Oil Base l Spinach l Mixed Local Mushroom Ragout l Goat Cheese l Fresh Herbs

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Rotini & Creamy Mushroom Ragout
Organic Rotini l Local Mushrooms – Portabello . Oyster . Crimini . Enoki . Mixed BC Wild Mushrooms l Shaved Parmesan l Parsley

There’s more dine and learn sessions ahead and they’re only $65 with all proceeds going to Earthbites, a dedicated team of urban growers, nutritionists & entrepreneurs passionate about engaging children directly with the food they eat, their communities & the environment. You’ll see us at a few, no doubt!

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Wild Spring Greens: April 13th, 7 –8:30 Rocky Mountain Flatbread Kits 

Join  West  Coast  Wild  Foods  &  the  EarthBites  team   to  learn  about  the  wonders  of  wild  &  farmed   greens.    Leave  with  top  tips  &  organic  seeds  to  grow   your  own  greens.    This  will  be  followed  by  a  four   course  menu  featuring  the  best  of  wild  &  farmed  spring   greens  with  craft  beer  tastings  from  a  local  brewery. Tickets at SocialShopper.Com $65

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Victory Gardens For Bees: May 3rd, 7 –8:30 pm, Rocky Mountain Flatbread Main Street

Join  Lori  Weidenhammer,  author  of  Victory   Gardens  for  Bees.  n  Learn  about  the  wonders  of   bees,how  to  create  a  bee  friendly  garden  and  how   edible  flowers  add  beauty  &  flavour to  sweet  &  savory   recipes.This  will  be  followed  by  a  four  course  dinner   featuring  foods  from  BC  farms,  forests  &  oceans  &   shall  be  paired  with  honey  infused  cocktails  from  a   local  distillery. Tickets at SocialShopper.Com $65

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DIY Herbal Salves: June 8th, 7 –8:30 pm, Rocky Mountain Flatbread Main Street

Join  Aboriginal  Herbalist  Lori  Snyder  and  learn   how  plants  can  be  used  to  create  medicinal   salves,  which  heal  &  nourishes. You  will  be  creating  your  own  salves  using  beeswax   &  local  herbs!     This  shall  be  followed  by  a  seasonal  four  course   dinner  with  BC  VQA  wine  tasting.
Tickets at SocialShopper.Com $65

 

Dough Goes Local

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Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company

January 28 (Kits Location Only) $22
6:30pm

Ever wanted to know the secrets to making your own pizza dough? Join Chef Oliver Zulauf for an evening of pizza dough making and wine! Learn Chef’s top tips to make your own pizza dough using local organic sprouted grains.

John MacKenzie from Anita’s Flour will be on hand to discuss the benefits of using sprouted grains while cooking. Wine provided by Million Hill Wineries.

*includes pizza dough making demo, wine tastings, sprouted grains flatbreads with house made dips and other top tips. Taxes and gratuity not included. Limited seating.

$2 from every ticket goes to the EarthBites and the Kimount Girls and Boys Club to support gardening and produce harvest education.

BOOK BY PHONE
Kitsilano Location only 604.730.0321

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Rocky Mountain Flatbread, “Earth Bites” for Earth Week

The Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company are inviting their diners and the community to attend fun filled “Earth Bite” Workshops where you can  learn to grow and create mouth watering recipes with the wonder veggie Kale and create “Potato fusion kits” in celebration of Earth Week.

“Our team is teaching hundreds of students in local schools at this time of year how to grow and cook with spinach, snap peas, potatoes, kale, chard and more.  So it just made sense to extend this offering to our diners for Earth Day.”  Says Suzanne Fielden co-founder of Rocky Mountain Flatbread & Rocky Mountain Flatbread Education Society.

“Growing your own food is not only tasty but it is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint as well as increase the nutrients you get from your veggies.  Did you know our veggies usually travel over 2 500 miles before they get to our plate and on their travels they lose more than 50% of their vitamins and nutrients?”

The “Earth Bite” Workshop Line Up:

Their “Kale Bomb Workshop” will be led by “Kale Evangelist” & author of “The Book of Kale,” Sharon Hanna.  The workshop will be held April 18th, 5.30 – 6.30 pm  at Rocky Mountain Flatbread, Main Street.  Sharon will be showing people how to create “Kale Bombs” to grow wild kale; giving away kale transplants; and sharing top tips on how to grow & create mouth watering recipes with Kale.  Workshops are $10 a person & all proceeds will go to Rocky Mountain Flatbread Education Society teaching youth how to grow their own food and create seasonal snacks with food they grow.

Their “Potato Fusion Workshop” will be led by the folk at The World In A Garden.  The workshops will be held on Earth Day, April 22nd, 4.30 – 5.30 pm at Rocky Mountain Flatbread’s Kits and Main Street locations.  The team will help participants plant their own organic potatoes in burlap sacs with salad greens on the top.  They can then take their burlap sacs home and watch their potatoes and greens grow!  Perfect for patios & yards.  Workshops are $20 a person and all proceeds will go to The World In A Garden and Project Somos.  An eco-village for abandoned children in Guatemala.

During “Earth Bite Workshops” their restaurants will also be featuring local organic potatoes and kale on their daily flatbread pizza and pastas specials – demonstrating how easy and delicious it can be to incorporate local seasonal produce into everyday dishes.

The Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. is a progressively-minded pizzeria featuring all-natural, handcrafted cuisine using lots of local & seasonal  produce at its Vancouver locations in Kitsilano (1876 W. 1st Ave.) & Main Street (4855 Main Street) and Canmore, Alberta. Organic ingredients, in-house sustainability programs, environmental alliances and community outreach initiatives are all part of normal operations for this now-franchising entrepreneurial success story.

For more details on any of the Rocky Mountain Flatbread programs, visit: www.rockymountainflatbread.ca

For any further information please contact Suzanne Fielden at suzanne@rockymountainflatbread.ca or telephone at 604-730-0321

New Year’s Family Celebrations at Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Stuck for ideas of how to bring in the New Year with the kids?  Rocky Mountain Flatbread, in Kitsilano & on Main Street, are hosting early Family New Year’s Celebrations at their restaurants from 4.30 – 8.00 pm.

Parents can enjoy an early New Year’s dinner with the kids & then (if the mood takes them) go out on the town to bring in the New Year.

Celebrations include:

– Your favorite flatbread dishes (our house made nibbles, organic salads, artisan flatbread pizzas, hand made pastas & house made desserts (to live for!)

– Kids pizza making

– Balloon twisting

– Face painting

– New Year’s crafts!

Upcoming Slow Food Events

Join us at the following events in support of the Terra Madre Fund:

Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Wednesday, December 7th
4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
1876 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver (Kits location only)

Featuring a Slow Food Pasta Special in honour of Terra Madre Day and 10% of the profits for the evening will go for the Terra Madre Fund.

Schokolade Artisan Chocolate & Cafe

December 1st –15th
2263 E. Hastings Street, Vancouver

Support the Terra Madre Fund! Purchase your holiday chocolates at the Schokolade café and 10% will go to the Fund. Please show your membership card upon purchase.

Be sure to visit them at the Vancouver Christmas Market.

Terra Madre Day 2011
Saturday, December 10th, 2011
Celebrate eating locally and raise the profile of good, clean and fair.
To Support Terra Madre Day you can:

  • Print and display the attached poster
  • Host a potluck or a convivial dinner
  • If you are a chef or cook, offer a menu item in tribute to our farmers and eating local.

Register your event  or activity at slowfood.com or email Sofi at  sofi@slowfoodvancouver.com

Terra Madre is a gathering held every two years to stand in solidarity with a good clean and fair food system in the face of many challenges.

Locally our 2011 Terra Madre Day Theme is
The Joy of Preserving food, knowledge and traditions 
 
Come support one of the newest members of Slow Food at the Christmas Market this year!

The Old Tea Haus is from Vienna, Austria, and have been organic tea specialists since 1988. Come by and try some ‘Advent Christmas Calendar Tea’ or ‘Dancing Stars Tea.’

Slow Food Vancouver, in collaboration with  FarmFolkCityFolk, is raising funds to send our local producers to Turin, Italy for Terra Madre 2012.  Our representatives will be inspired, supported, energized and will stand in solidarity with a global movement, committed to the preservation of food cultures. This strengthens relationships between producers and co-producers, good clean and fair food policy and application. Donate online.