EAT! Vancouver 2013: 11th Annual Food Event

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Get your taste buds ready. EAT! Vancouver, 11th Annual Food Event is almost here.

You get to sample a huge variety of food and spices, and drinks, brush up on your cooking techniques from celebrity chefs like Chuck Hughes on the Celebrity Stage.

I attended the EAT! Vancouver pop-up cooking classes by Pacific Culinary Arts and I can say it was well worth it.  For $28 you get a 1 hour hands-on cooking session on the topic of your choosing eg brunch staples, or how to create perfectly balanced sauces, cooking and baking gluten free, sharpening your knife skills.

EAT! Vancouver 2013
Dates: May 24, 25, 26 2013
Where: BC Place Stadium
Price: $14, adult admissions (online) or $16 at the door

Tickets available
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Eat Vancouver 2012 – June 1 – 3

Eat Vancouver 2012
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The annual Eat Vancouver is here from June 1 -3 2012 at BC Place Stadium

Pop Up Culinary Centre
New this year is Eat Vancouver popup cooking classes with Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts’s

For a list of classes

Sample a bunch of different restaurants all in one go. Restaurants, wineries and breweries participating will charge a low price for their food and beverages (maximum price is $4.00).

Eat Vancouver Participating Restaurants:

BELLA GELATERIA
BLACK + BLUE
COAST
DONA CATA MEXICAN RESTAURANT & TAQUERIA
EBO RESTAURANT
FRANKIE’S ITALIAN KITCHEN & BAR
GLOWBAL
GOLDILOCKS
GRAMERCY GRILL
ITALIAN KITCHEN
MAURYA INDIAN CUISINE
MOCHIKAS PERUVIAN CAFE
NEW INDIA BUFFET + RESTAURANT LTD
NOODLE BOX, THE
ORGANIC LIVES
SALMON N’ BANNOCK
SANAFIR
SOCIETY
TRATTORIA

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Culinary Art School – Art Institute of Vancouver

One of the more acclaimed culinary school tucked on Granville. The quality of food is superb. Compared to VCC’s JJ’s Restaurant the price point was a little more expensive.

Service was impeccable and welcoming. It’s kinda endearing when young to be cooks shyly serves you.

Butternut squash with apples, this was delicious mmm…$7
Butternut squash with apples soup

Arugula & beet salad, portion is smaller than usual but, still very refreshing.
Arugula & beet salad

Braised lamb butternut squash risotto and pear. The risotto was a nice switch to the usual cream and loads of butter. $19
Braised lamb butternut squash risotto

I recommend reservations, this place gets packed for lunch.

Related Lunch Specials:

JJ’s Restaurant at Vancouver Community College

Joe Fortes

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