1000 Blossoms, Anna Olson, BC place, Blenz, Calli O' Brien, celebrity chefs, Ceramic Knives, chocolate macaroons, Chocome, Coconut macaroons, Cornmeal Crust, Craft Beer, Dave's Killer Breads, Delissio Rustico, diplomatico, Earth's Own Food Company, Eat Vancouver Festival, Harvest Moon, Honey Bee Zen Apiaries, Jamaican Jerk pizza, Keep Food Fresh, Keramikos Kitchen, Mark McEwan, marzipan macaroons, Matcha Tea, My Matcha Life, Ned Bell, Project Chef, Saaman Bakery, Saman Bakery, Superchefs, sustainable beekeeping, teach kids to cook, teaching kids about nutrition, Tito's Handmade vodka, Urban Fare, Vikram Vij, walnut macaroons, wine and beer tasting
One of the main reasons for coming to Vancouver for me was due to the fact I had heard about their diverse and delicious food scene. Therefore when I discovered that the Eat Vancouver Festival was taking place last weekend I couldn’t think of a better way to spend my Saturday than sampling produce from some of the finest food producers in Vancouver. Not only this but Eat Vancouver festival offered a line up of top culinary stars and restaurants from across North America who were there throughout the weekend to participate in hands on workshops, share their cooking expertise and leave their fans with some useful and handy tips to take home with them.
In its 13th year Eat Vancouver is Canada’s largest festival and certainly not one to be missed for any foodie out there. Held at BC Place the festival took place from Friday to Sunday however there were a series of food events that took place across Vancouver from April 26th until May 3rd. Cherfs such as Anna Olsen, Mark McEwan, Ned Bell and Vikram Vij took to the stage throughout the weekend and there was also a Craft Beer Alley where you could discover a new brew. In addition to this for families, Dr Greg Chang from SuperChefs, provided special interactive demonstarions for kids each morning to help build their knowledge about nutrition.