I remember these from years ago, sitting in an outdoor cafe in New Ordeans where powdered sugar covered the floor of the cafe an inch thick. People eat these for breakfast, lunch or after dinner with strong coffee. It’s basically a bread dough, not too sweet. I’ve put a twist on these and added Kaffir lime leaves, so that when you first bite into one, the escaping steam reminds me of the tropics.
Never heard about BC wine? That’s because we drink it all, right here. Want an expert to take you to the best of the valley wineries to meet the vintners? Let us do the driving.
What can tasty treats can you find in our BC rainforest? Let our chefs take you for an easy ramble through the rainforest. Learn to identify edible wild herbs, berries and mushrooms and then let us teach you how to cook with them. Wild tea & light lunch included.
A trip for people who love good food and have always wanted to catch their own dinner.
A Pop-up Restaurant of Tropical Proportions. Our Chefs: Owen Lightly of Butter on the Endive, Araxi. The Curious Oyster catering boys will be shucking for you. Peckinpah on the roast suckling pig… yeahhhh! & more
It’s my birthday on Valentine’s Day. So, why did I decide to run a secret supper that day and cook for three days straight for 16 guests?