True Grain Celebrates Canada’s Agricultural Heritage

True Grain Celebrates Canada’s Agricultural Heritage Award winning craft bakery launches Canadian Heritage Series of freshly stone milled BC grown organic flourSummerland, BC For well over a century, Canada has been widely recognized as one of the global leaders in grain production. In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, True Grain,...

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Fort Berens Estate Winery Brings Home Two Prestigious Awards

Fort Berens Winery Wins

 

LILLOOET, BC – The team at Fort Berens Estate Winery has won a variety of prestigious awards for their winemaking in recent years. After the recent Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association’s annual gala, they now have two additional awards to add to their honour wall. Fort Berens received two of the three prestigious awards handed out at the annual awards gala, namely the 2015 “Digital Marketing Excellence” Award and the 2015 “Outside the Box” Award.

TOP VANCOUVER OCEAN WISE CHEFS FACE OFF IN CHOWDER CHOWDOWN - WITH OKANAGAN REPRESENTED BY CODFATHERS SEAFOOD

Codfathers Seafood Executive Chef Ross Derrick, Kelowna BC

In this news tidbit, Codfather's is bringing some Okanagan awesome to the coast!  Executive Chef Ross Derrick will be representing in the Chowder Chowdown in Vancouver at The Vancouver Aquarium, with Vancouver's top chefs. Here is the press release below. Send Chef Rob off with some good Okanagan cheers, and make sure to get to Codfather's Seafood to stock up for your next seafood feast. 

The Okanagan Feast Of Fields 2015 brought to you by FarmFolk CityFolk

Described as a wandering harvest festival, FarmFolk CityFolk’s Okanagan Feast of Fields is the culinary event of the summer season.  With almost 60 restaurants, wineries, distilleries and breweries scattered over the property of our host farm,Meadow Vista Artisan Farm Winery in southeast Kelowna, guests are free to wander, taste, sip and enjoy the experience. This 7th annual Okanagan Feast of Fields, on Sunday, August 16th from 1 – 4 pm showcases the very best of the region and highlights the connections between farmer and chef, field to table and farm folks and city folks.