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The Hawk.

by Lauren Mote In a hip, food-lovers paradise just north of the US border, there only exists a small handful of “born and bred” Vancouver chefs that get catastrophic amounts of attention. After chef Rob Feenie, of acclaimed restaurants Lumiere … Continue reading

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The Reef

by Lauren Mote A different kind of comfort food, comforting a different kind of person. This casual yet grungy haven of rum and Caribbean comfort food pleases the people who show up in track-pants and winter toques, or the local … Continue reading

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Aurora Bistro (now closed)

by Lauren Mote Sunday morning. The beginning of autumn. Main street in Vancouver. Sunshine. Brunch. Sometimes, when you wake up, you have the time, you have the company, and you have the transportation, Provence waits until next weekend. Today was … Continue reading

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Hangar meets Renegade

by Lauren Mote Why is Hangar One so special? Why is Hangar One crowding the shelves at Bin and Red Square? Why is Elizabeth Falkner cooking with Hangar One on Iron Chef America? Simple – this vodka line is lovingly … Continue reading

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Amoureux de fromage, anonymes

by Lauren Mote Where does an adoration of something delicious turn into a horrific obsession? Joe, owner at Les Amis du Fromage looked at me like I was a cooq  when I mentioned that my cheese obsession has taken over … Continue reading

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