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Vancouver — By thevancouverguide on May 29, 2010 at 1:15 am
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Take a Culinary Journey at EAT! Vancouver

Take a culinary journey this weekend as Vancouver kicks off another foodie adventure with the EAT! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival. Explore over 250 food and cooking exhibit booths and refresh your palates with a taste of beers, wines, ciders and more at the Wine, Beer & Spirits Tasting Pavilion. Wine Diva, Daenne Van Mulligen hosts various wine seminars, and Colin Jack and Rick Mohabir from Just Here for the Beer provide tips on how to pair beer with food. There are over 30 tasting tables, among them Mt Lehman, Abbotsford’s first and only winery situation in the Fraser Valley.

Over the 3-day festival the BC Chef’s Association sponsors a battle for the title of City TV’s Master Chef.  16 local chefs will transform mystery ingredients into culinary masterpieces.  See celebrity Chefs on the Food Network Celebrity Stage.Chef, line cooks, sauciers compete from various Lower Mainland restaurants.

Bring your appetite and enjoy the exciting slate of delicious and innovative exhibits.  This rich culinary and cultural experience will tempt even the most sophisticated gourmand traveller. You’ll be able to sample, savour and learn how to prepare food from all around the world, from the ancient secrets of an Israeli breakfast to the fragrant spices of royal dining in the palaces of opulent Rajasthan.

This 8th annual EAT! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival takes place at the new Vancouver Convention Centre West, May 28 – 30.

Tickets are available through the EAT! Vancouver website.  Tickets can be purchased online at a $3. discount, for $12.  Tickets at the Vancouver Convention Centre Ticket Booth cost $15.

Vancouver Convention Centre – West (map), Exhibit Hall C - 1055 Canada Place

PHOTO CREDIT:  EAT! Vancouver

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