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Breaking Down the Van Mag Awards, with James Iranzad and James Langford-Smith

Welcome to the Track & Food podcast. Host Jamie Mah is a writer, bartender and sommelier in beautiful Vancouver, BC. Join him as he takes a deep dive into everything food and culture happening in the city and around the globe.

The boys are back for another “triple J” episode, chockfull with their in-depth insights and immeasurable humour… This time around, James Iranzad (Gooseneck Hospitality) and James Langford-Smith (Pamplemousse Jus) share their opinions on the Vancouver Magazine 2023 Restaurant Awards finalists, and break down Vancouver’s restaurant scene as a whole. Enjoy!

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  1. This is a shockingly good podcast – it’s hard to believe that the same host does both these informal and informative chats and the much more serious food system interviews looking at, for example, compensation for farm workers. Never disappoints, and his values are rock solid humanism.

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