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Monthly Archives: September 2006
This week on Food For Thought I discussed the e coli outbreak in the United States because of contaminated bagged spinach. But I put it in the context of trying to keep our food supply as local as possible. Just … Continue reading
Help Me Help Oxfam – On Wednesday, October 11th I will be master of ceremonies at a special fundraising dinner for Oxfam. October 16th is World Food Day and I’m going to be taking part in a hunger banquet at … Continue reading
(to find out about the Oxfam fundraising dinner I’m MC’ing, click here.) This week on Pacific Palate, a review of the e coli outbreak in the United States caused by contaminated fresh spinach products grown in California. For the latest … Continue reading
If you are young and enthusiastic and looking for a unique career in an amazing part of the world, Jonathan at True Grain Bread in Cowichan Bay has an opening for an apprentice baker. To read the job description as … Continue reading
This week So Much On My Plate explores the delicious world of BC Albacore Tuna. The albacore tuna fishery off BC’s coast is a sustainable catch of young tuna. When I’ve purchased them whole they’ve weighed about 10 to 12 … Continue reading
This week on Food For Thought, I take part in a tomato potluck dinner, where even the desserts were made with this delectable fruit. To listen to the mini-documentary about the dinner in streaming RealAudio, click here. Did you know … Continue reading
This week on Pacific Palate, a visit to Sambal & Ginger, an Asian grocery for Western Kitchens in central Vancouver. Lynn Santiago opened the shop a few months ago when she realized people in that area needed an easy and … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but when I went to university xx years ago, the food in my residence left a lot to be desired. Of course, I didn’t really know that then, and out from underneath my mother’s fine … Continue reading
This week Pacific Palate takes a look behind the scenes at UBC Food Services, the division responsible for feeding thousands of people every day on campus. If you are a freshman or a parent of a student and you’re concerned … Continue reading