GOODS | Urban Digs & Re-up BBQ Team Up For “Beasty Box” Local Meat Subscriptions

GOODS | Urban Digs & Re-up BBQ Team Up For “Beasty Box” Local Meat Subscriptions

THE GOODS FROM URBAN DIGS FARM New Westminster, BC | Conscious consumers now have a new option when it comes to both finding an ethical source of meat and supporting local farmers – The Beasty Box. Re-up BBQ & Urban Digs Farm have teamed up on this “nose-to-tail” butchery box subscription to offer a no-fuss means of eating right – in every sense of the phrase. Similar to the community supported agriculture (CSA) model that offers weekly farm shares of vegetables & fruit, the… more 

GOODS | Urban Digs Farm Presents “Mindful Meat” At River Market In New Westminster

GOODS | Urban Digs Farm Presents “Mindful Meat” At River Market In New Westminster

THE GOODS FROM URBAN DIGS FARM New Westminster, BC | Factory farming, mislabeled organics, and GMOs are just a few of the issues troubling our food system, and… more 

Seen In Vancouver #337: On Enduring The Rain & Loving The Chow At Street Food City

Seen In Vancouver #337: On Enduring The Rain & Loving The Chow At Street Food City

by Andrew Morrison | Today was the first day of Street Food City, the three day food truck smorgasbord component of Dine Out Vancouver. Located right in front… more 

CANUCKERY: Ron MacLean Might Be A Bit Of A Goof, But Don Cherry Sucks At Piano…

CANUCKERY: Ron MacLean Might Be A Bit Of A Goof, But Don Cherry Sucks At Piano…

So thank goodness we don't have to deal with either of them tonight! The two dolts aside, we hope you had a good Christmas break. Ours was freakin' delicious,… more 

DINER: “The Re-Up BBQ” Food Cart Scores Brick & Mortar Spot At The “River Market”

DINER: “The Re-Up BBQ” Food Cart Scores Brick & Mortar Spot At The “River Market”

One of our favourite street food carts, Re-Up BBQ, is opening a brick and mortar location at the brand new River Market in New Westminster early in the new… more 

GOODS: Awesome Local Street Food Cart “Re-Up BBQ” Joins The Scout Community

GOODS: Awesome Local Street Food Cart “Re-Up BBQ” Joins The Scout Community

We’ve invited The Re-Up BBQ street cart to join our GOODS section as a recommended local company. They’re now proud members of Scout, and as such we’ll… more 

DINER: City Hall Reveals Names & Concepts Of Vancouver’s New Street Food Vendors…

DINER: City Hall Reveals Names & Concepts Of Vancouver’s New Street Food Vendors…

City Hall has just released the names, concepts and addresses of this summer's new street vendor licenses. Looks like local restaurateurs Harry Kambolis and… more 

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