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November 11, 2018

 The camper bar at the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler.

For the 2018 rendition of Cornucopia, Whistler’s 22nd annual celebration of food and drink, I was only able to make it for one night because of conflicting plans next week. (Note to self: check calendar...

October 1, 2018

 The Salmon Sushi Salad at David Hawksworth's Kitsilano Bel Cafe. 

Last week was a busy one for eating out—in between writing, taking boys to swimming/soccer, teaching classes, and getting my youngest son re-started on piano lessons--and starting myself again after, oh,...

September 20, 2018

The main dining area at Mott 32 Vancouver. 

I just had my first dining experience at Mott 32 Vancouver.

I know… It took a while. It opened in early 2017.

I admit it: I couldn’t bear the thought of stepping foot inside Trump tower, the building out of which Mott 32 operate...

September 13, 2018

Whether you're Prairie folk facing snow already this fall or you're astonished by the monsoon rains here on the West Coast (wasn't summer just five minutes ago?), chances are the thought of getting outside for a walk, run, or bike ride is a a little less appealing thes...

September 8, 2018

As Black Pistol Fire played on the nearby Forest stage, dozens of festival-goers dined underneath strings of lights and hanging driftwood sculptures at the inaugural SKOOKUM's long-table dinner last night (September 7).

Getting to the covered dining area gave diners the...

September 7, 2018

Fall seems like a good time for resolutions: maybe, like me, you need a bit of a detox after summer. (Why does camping always have to call for endless amounts of potato chips?)

While we all might have the best intentions when it comes to working out, something usually g...

August 31, 2018

It’s not over till it’s over, right?

We've got the long weekend to enjoy, and even though the calendar flipping past August can be a bit of a downer, Setpember and October are often some of the most beautiful months here on the West Coast, sunny, clear, and crisp.

I rece...