It’s no secret that Canadians love their coffee and Vancouverites have a specific affinity for those hot brewed beverages that get us through rainy days. You can resolve to spend a little less on coffee this year by brewing your own at home, saving several dollars a week with your own system and your own […]
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Adding to their savoury offerings, Tim Hortons has recently launched a new menu item for lunch. Fresh-made panini sandwiches are now being served up nationwide with five varieties available for $5.29 and the classic grilled cheese for $3.99. Tuscan Chicken: Seasoned white chicken strips, tomatoes, red onions and processed mozzarella cheese with a creamy sundried […]
The Commercial Drive Coffee Company popped onto my radar just a short time ago when they supplied the complimentary coffee at my London Drugs book signing event — and I’m very glad that they did. Roasted in East Vancouver, they have signature Vancouver-themed coffee styles that include: The Drive Espresso: “A smooth, low acidity, European […]
In a city where coffee shops are as frequent as bus stops, National Coffee Day on September 29th is sure to be celebrated. Since it falls on the weekend, 7-Eleven wanted to offer up something special for commuters the day before for their second annual CofFREE Day. Photo credit: olfiika on Flickr On Friday, September […]
There’s no shortage of businesses in Vancouver who do what they can to support causes in the community and Trees Organic is a part of that generous group. On Thursday, September 20, 2012 they will be donating $1 from every coffee and espresso-based beverage they sell to the Vancouver Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre. High levels […]
The first annual Ka’anapali Fresh food and wine festival has already had us enjoying a progressive dinner along the beach, a luncheon to showcase locally-grown ingredients, and a farmers market by the sea. Yesterday we met Marilyn Jansen Lopes from Maui Country Farm Tours who took us up to the old sugar can plantation which […]