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CONTEST CLOSED #Giveaway $375 – 2 Tickets Fire Whisky World Chef Exchange Dinner at Timber Feb 1

 

Timber Hosts Fire Whisky Vancouver World Chef Exchange Dinner – February 1st

Chef Chris Whittaker, Vancouver’s champion of local food, welcomes Chef Ryan McIlwraith – of Bellota in San Francisco – to Timber. Spanish and Canadian flavours meet over wood fired coal in this epic collaboration dinner.

AND we have a GIVEAWAY for 2 tickets worth $375+ scroll down to enter. CONGRATS DAWN!

Fire Whisky Vancouver World Chef Exchange Dinner

This multi-course social dining feast will feel like a homestead gathering. Food served family-style paired with whisky based cocktails. The long-standing friendship between these two culinary masters will translate through to each element of the dinner, and is true to the authenticity of this program. There will be a smoker, open coal grill, and a spit in the Timber courtyard. Meet with these two great Chefs as they cook with fire featuring the best food from local producers. Purchase tickets to this spectacular one night event here.

Fire + Whisky Vancouver World Chef Exchange Dinner

The Vancouver World Chef Exchange, presented by Aeroplan, is a project initiated and produced by Tourism Vancouver, and supported by Air Canada and the Westin Bayshore hotel. The exchange shares Vancouver’s culinary story with the world, and brings the world’s great restaurant cities closer together by sharing ideas, experiences and talents through collaborative dining experiences.

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* All Inclusive – includes welcome cocktail, multi-course homestead dinner, whisky cocktail pairings, tax, gratuity and ticketing fees.

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Food Day Canada July 30 AND Twitter Party July 26

Food Day Canada is a chance for all Canadians to celebrate our farmers, fishers, chefs, researchers and home cooks

Guess what GLV readers? I am the Food Day Canada Ambassador for Vancouver and am helping with a twitter party – on  July  26th from  5:30  p.m.  to  6:30  p.m.  PDT,  join  the  FoodDayCanada Twitter  Party  at TIMBER on 1300 Robson Street. Join us for drink specials and Canadian food specials and tell  us what  Canadian–grown  foods  you  love.   Follow  @FoodDayCanada  and @goodlifevan using  the  official  Hashtags  #FoodDayCanada  #CanadaISfood.   I’ll be tweeting from @VanFoodTour @GoodLifeVan and @PassionForPork to help celebrate Canadian Food! Food Day Canada will be asking questions and when  you answer you’ll be entered to win some amazing prizes such as a Kitchen Aid Mixer! Pictures below are from Locals in The Comox Valley, one of the Food Day Canada Participants.

Examples are:

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Q3 Using  the #FDC149 list, what’s the most Canadian dish that you could possibly cook/bake/ serve to show that #CanadaISfood?  #ShopLikeACdn #FoodDayCanada

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Q6 Our dairy farmers work hard to earn their Blue Cow logo.  What are YOUR fave Blue Cow (100% Canadian milk) products/brands? #CanadaISfood #FDC149 #ShopLikeACdn #FoodDayCanada

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Q8  Caring for our lakes, rivers, oceans = sustainable fishing.  What fish/shellfish will grace your #FoodDayCanada table? #CanadaISfood  #FDC149 #ShopLikeACdn

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Q10 It’s not  #FoodDayCanada without … (fill in the blank) #CanadaISfood  #FDC149 #ShopLikeACdn #FoodDayCanada

Food Day Canada will be celebrated on July 30, 2016. This special day is a chance for Canadians from coast to coast to celebrate our farmers, fishers, chefs, researchers and home cooks.

Restaurants in Vancouver include Burdock, Campagnolo, Bishops, The Fish Counter, West, L’Abattoir, Forage, Royal Dinette Timber, Cafe Median, Juniper, Boulevard and more.

And this year, in celebration of Canada’s 149th Year, Food Day Canada is launching Shop Like a Canadian”: a free online grocery list with 149 ingredients that we produce in Canada.

Well-known foods like flour (of all sorts) and tons of dairy products made the list, but there are also dozens of local contributions such as Montreal-made couscous, Taber-refined sugar, and cider vinegar produced in the owners’ orchards. There’s also VQA wine and craft beers from coast to coast and award-winning cheeses from small fromageries all across Canada, according to a Food Day Canada press release.

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Food Day Canada has partnered with more than 250 Canadian restaurants. “Our Food Day Canada chefs understand that local ingredients are fundamental to our dynamic food culture. They are Canada’s real brand advocates. On Saturday, July 30, they will be creating their own hyper-local menus, with ingredients often so specific to their region that they cannot be replicated even a few dozen miles away,” says Stewart.

And on July 30, Food Day Canada is also inviting everyone to share their food stories on social media. Food Day Canada has created a special page on its website, FoodDayCanada.ca, and Canadians are encouraged to share their food images on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #FoodDayCanada or #CanadaISfood and it will appear on the FDC website.

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Food Day Canada partners include the University of Guelph, Pulse Canada, All-Clad Canada, Dairy Farmers of Canada, KitchenAid Canada, Taste and Travel Magazine, and, the chef community of Canada.