Brix is one of those restaurants that creates lasting memories, and not only because of its dreamy cobblestone courtyard, with draping ivy, chandeliers and candles that ooze romance. The first time I was at the restaurant was for a work Christmas dinner 14 years ago, the type of event that Brix is well-known for hosting […]
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I was recently at a wellness retreat in Whistler that had a schedule packed with yoga, seminars, workshops, and a very natural brunch each morning. My biggest take-away from the weekend was learning to slow down and find balance, especially when it comes to food. Take your time to let your body enjoy a meal, […]
In the heart of Downtown Vancouver, between busy intersections, crowded shops, and puddle-laden sidewalks, there is a warm, calm, and welcoming tea room serving up delectable seasonal treats paired with a comforting selection of TWG holiday teas. Festive Tea Service at The Urban Tea Merchant Reza Nasooti, who is the Tea Sommelier at The Urban […]
“It’s like a diner from paintings of diners,” John told me as we stepped into Royal Dinette on Dunsmuir. Greeted by Manager Chen Wei-Lee, we took our seats at the window, watching the tail end of the after-work crowd rush to their buses or to the pub upstairs. With its tiled floors, hard woods and […]
It’s always good to know where your food comes from which is why Olympic Dairy, based in Delta, has been sharing its story — and delicious yogurts — with you since 1979. Producing healthy and nutritious yogurts from BC cows, Olympic Dairy offers up a line of over 150 organic and conventional yogurts in its […]