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Vancouver Restaurant Directories

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Living in this regions means that you can probably walk out your door to find a place to eat dinner and have your choice of sushi, curry, pad thai, burgers or yam fries. However when you don’t have a favourite eatery or are looking for something new, where do […]

Top Story: Check Your Meat, The Listeria Scare

Comments 12 by Rebecca Bollwitt

John and I are huge fans of dinners that consist of sliced meats, cheeses, and gourmet multigrain and rosemary-infused crackers. When we first heard of the tainted meat/listeriosis outbreak (and subsequent recalls) we were slightly concerned. Officially there are 21 confirmed cases [of listeriosis] across Canada, three in BC. Four deaths including one on Vancouver […]

Arbiter of Cool Vancouver Winner Announced

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Last week I was one of the lucky judges in the Vancouver regional Grey Goose Vodka Arbiter of Cool competition. The winner has been announced and so Kerren Bottay of The Mountain Club will be joining those from Montreal, Toronto and Calgary back here in Vancouver at the end of September for the national championship. […]

Grey Goose Vodka Arbiter of Cool Vancouver

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

On a hot and steamy Thursday afternoon I headed over to the Blue Water Cafe in Yaletown to begin my trek through the world of mixology. I met up with local Media Relations whiz Anita Webster for the Grey Goose Vodka Arbiter of Cool competition. Claudia Cusano (Editor of Nuvo Magazine) and Judith Lane (freelance […]

Breakfast at FirstWatch in Westport, Kansas City

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

FirstWatch Media Photo It’s been a tough week for our bellies here in Kansas City, surrounded by delicious food yet at the same time lacking some serious vegetable and fruit nutrients. Since we’re also on a sort of vacation, our late-rising tendencies in the morning have left us with few options for breakfast (say, at […]