Tag: EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival
Hello June! Can you believe it? EAT! Vancouver Food 2014 came and gone just that. It was another year of a great food trade show in Vancouver. The 12th annual EAT! Vancouver Food 2014 took place at BC Place Stadium. Featured chefs on the Food Network Celebrity Stage include Chuck Hughes, Lynn Crawford, Vikram Vij, Ned Bell, and Rob Feenie. There was the popular Celebrity Chef Throw Down that also included Jackie Ellis from Beaucoup Bakery. We”re glad that she made it back from Paris in time!
With EAT! Vancouver being one of Canada’s largest trade show focused on consumer food, beverage, and cooking festivals. It is hard not to come out with a full belly. We definitely had a few favorites and some perhaps not even listed on the exhibitor’s list.
We hope you all have a nice time walking around the exhibition. This year EAT! Vancouver was bigger and better than last year. To fully try everything, it could take hours!
What was you favourite part of the show? Don’t forget to follow Nomss – we could be hosting another contest to win free tickets next year!
EAT! Vancouver Food 2014 LIST OF EXHIBITORS
Can you believe it? It is almost time for another year of great food trade show in Vancouver. The 12th annual EAT! Vancouver Food 2014 will return to BC Place Stadium. Featured chefs on the Food Network Celebrity Stage include Chuck Hughes, Lynn Crawford, Vikram […]
Another year, another Eat Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival. Compared to last year Eat! Vancouver 2012, Eat Vancouver 2013 offers a few more healthier choices and a diverse selection of food, products and food shows. What we’ve noticed was a lot of virgin olive […]
The 10th annual EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival took place on June 1 – 3, 2012 at BC Place. This year it presents the first-ever Pop-Up Culinary Centre, presented by Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA). Pop-Up Culinary attendees will learn fundamental, hands-on cooking skills from PICA instructors under the leadership of Executive Chef Julian Bond, the first recipient of Vancouver Magazine’s Mentorship Award. Classes are $25+HST per person and are limited to 16 people each.
Food Network Celebrity Stage with Bob Blumer, Canadian Living Magazine’s Food Director, Cactus Club’s mastermind Rob Feenie made appearances alongside Dale MacKay from Ensemble Restaurant and chefs from Glowbal Group.
The festival hosted Western Canadian Regional Barista Championships, where competitors will face-off to win a spot in the finals in Toronto. We hope you had a chance to catch some of the espresso action!
Van Houtte, the proud partner of the World barista Championships also offered a stand for you to grind, brew and swirl your own espresso latte art skills!
More coffee from Elysian, Republica Coffee Roasters Inc, Doi Chaang…
Bite of Vancouver Pavilion displays signature dishes at $4 per dish.
Dona Cata Mexican Restaurants & Taqueria
Who would have though McDonald’s also secured a great location by the entrance featuring their new real fruit smoothies – Mango Pineapple, Banana Strawberry or Blueberry Pomegranate.
For the healthy at heart, EAT! offered a healthy section with local brands such as Daiya “cheese” stood. Daiya is all natural vegan made from tapioca. The strange part is that it tastes nothing non-cheese like. But I can’t imagine forgoing the natural curds.
A Good Portion of nature, scooped carefully for you! These local guys from Richmond features Chick Peas, Mung Beans, Green Lentils, Pistachios, etc…
The Granola Girls… the organic vegan version of the yummy delicious granola you will ever eat. We originally had pictures with the Granola Girls but my SD card died. Only half of the event was salvaged.
Peru Mucho Gusto takes the stage
Cloud 9 Gluten Free Goodies
Boylan Bottling Co. secured a large section to feature their vintage soda drinks
Alexander Keiths … I could stay here awhile!
Jack Daniel’s Old No.7 Whiskey in a can: JD and Coke. JD Lemonade. Apparently these babies have been around 2 yrs but because they are in the cooler section and not where the hard stuff is with the Gentlemen I’ve overlooked. Camping season can not come earlier.
What’s not to love about the Festival when there is food? Come back for the EAT! Vancouver 2013.