All the awesome drinks and dishes we come across over the course of our professional and private lives.
This delicious pleasure was not as jarringly sweet as I half expected, and not at all reminiscent of a morning bowl of cereal.
The classic is a harmonious thing of grilled chicken, lettuce, chewy bacon, tomato, boiled egg, corn, blue cheese and avocado.
The meatloaf in this Livia potato bunned beauty is classically glazed and smeared with a sauce reminiscent of Triple-O's.
If this pandemic has taught me anything it's that takeout doesn't have to be lukewarm ugliness devoured in the shadows.
This picnic-worthy sharable sees fennel, radish, cabbage, and ambrosia apple all dressed in a gentle pumpkin seed vinaigrette.
We're usually down for their little cream-filled doughnut rounds but these cookies are just the right thing on a cloudy day.
These beautiful things come loaded with melted American cheese, housemade pickles and a quindilla-spiced Big Mac sauce.
Ordering a simple dish in a high end restaurant might feel basic, but it's always fun to see how talented chefs tackle the ordinary.
Good katsu sandwiches are humble doses of comforting deliciousness that are worth seeking out, and they do 'em right in Chinatown.
The Japanese style of poached egg is served on a slice of toast and topped with a revelatory yuzu miso hollandaise sauce.
Johnny Guang has been hustling ramen from his own kitchen since October, with delicious at-home results.
This gorgeous, bright green gimlet is full of fresh forest flavours, perfect for celebrating the advance of Spring.
The thing is positively loaded with the stuff (really the volume of a cream puff), thus warming the palate without mercy.
Japanese curry can come in many guises and as both a side and main event, and we love the stuff every which way.
A star on the regular menu at Livia, this little bowl packs big punches of flavour and warmth on cold winter days.
The edge-of-Kits bakery and cafe is better known for its pastries, which is why the impact of this stuff feels so great.
For fail-proof deliciousness, we suggest using this guide when embarking on your next bread-seeking mission...
The next thing you know you're up to your sinuses in crunchy, salty, silky, spicy deliciousness, ready and willing to hang in there.
The recently relocated Red Wagon is deftly blending the French bistro and North American diner concepts together at night.
Cá Kho To is typically prepared with much firmer catfish and rice, so think of this as an intensely flavourful step up.
One of the only silver linings of the pandemic has been the allowance for take-home cocktail kits. Here's where to score yours.
From booze-infused to sculptural centrepieces, we've mapped out the goods for every level of chocolate-lover on your list.
From classic Christmas cakes to seasonal cookies, we've mapped out local sweets guaranteed to give you a festive sugar rush...
A piece of Steelhead prepared 'en papillote' at Au Comptoir rekindles a debate on what should make a dish worthy of sharing.
The surprise arrival of this burrito -- aptly named "Not today, Seitan" -- rushed me back in spirit to this far more relaxed time.
Each chewy string is an umami cheat code that tastes of oiled up prawn brains slow cooked in a pot made entirely of cured pork.
Savour its ragout of corn that's zapped with a lemon-zested mayo and a blizzard of grated parmesan cheese.
I took some of Chambar new 'Into the Wild' line of prepared foods camping up the Nahatlatch River this past weekend...