1 January 2006

Okanagan Trails

Rediscovering Verjus at Valentine Farms
Whole Wheat Pumpkin Raised Waffles Made with Grist Mill Flour and Served with Maple Glazed Apple Rings
Chestnut and Butternut Squash Risotto and a Walk on Gellatly Nut Farm
Tuscan Apple Cake to Usher in the Season and a Terroir Dinner
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Feast of Fields - A Travelling Wandering Feast
A Wander Through a Lavender Field Inspires Garlic Shrimp on Lavender Stems
Celebrate the Return of the Okanagan Sockeye Salmon with Dorie Greenspans Salmon in a Jar
We Share White Chocolate Panna Cotta with Balsamic Roasted Cherries for Diner en Blanc
The Spot Prawn Season has Ended But we Can Still Enjoy Them with a Pernod Sauce and Memories of a Festival
A Long Table Dinner at the Annual Oyster Festival
Discovering the Okanagan Gelato Trail
Blue Cheese Walnut Crackers and a Visit to Upper Bench Winery and Creamery
Mesmerized by Spot Prawns with Sorrel Aioli for a Cuisine du Terroir Dinner
Savour Summer with Caprese Burgers with Pickled Tomatoes from Sunshine Farms
A Foray into Mushrooms at the Fungi Festival with Paparadelle with Chanterelles
Old-Fashioned Pancakes with Apple Chutney and Maple Whipped Cream and a Visit to the Grist Mill
An Impromptu Spring Picnic on a Wanderlust Day
Lobster and Fennel Salad with Arugula for Diner en Blanc
Mission Hill Experience #FDC2015
Okanagan Chicks Who Brunch
Recreating the Experience
Le Dames d'Escoffier Dinner in the Vineyard 
Mission Hill Experience for Food Day Canada #FDCanada
Celebrate the Salmon's Return with "Oceans to the Okanagan."
Celebrate the Season with an Heirloom Tomato Jam at the Second Annual Tomato Festival
An Ethereal Night at The Okanagan Food and Wine Writers Workshop

Cooking Classes

Channelling My Inner Julia Child
Dare to Dream of Cooking Classes with Quinoa Taboulleh

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