Lindsay is Daily Hive's National Food Editor. A fourth generation Vancouverite, she has also lived in Toronto, NYC, and L.A. Previously the EIC of LAist.com, she earned a Master's in English, attended culinary school, and taught English at Cal State L.A. Lindsay's first published piece was in 198...
How would you make use of an annual butter budget of nearly $100,000? If you answer is “ALL THE BAKED GOODS” then South Surrey’s Fieldstone Artisan Breads is your kind of place. This beloved community-focused spot near Crescent Beach is the labour of love of local couple Paul Hanley and Nicola Erasmus, who opened the bakery in 1998. With the goal of creating a place that truly serves the neighbourhood, Fieldstone has become a very special place for locals and visitors alike over the years.
A restaurant where the menu is ALL DUMPLINGS? Can I get an amen?! The dream is a reality thanks to Dumpling Lab. Opened this spring, Dumpling Lab is zeroing in on one of the world’s most perfect–and popular-foods: the glorious dumpling…in oh so many forms. You got your potstickers, your steamed dumplings, and your boiled dumplings, but the “must-try” item is their XLXLB, as in it’s an extra large xiao long bao, or soup dumpling. Whoa, baby.
PokĂŠ is the new avo toast, so if you’ve resigned yourself to never getting in the real estate market in Vancouver, take heart that you now have another killer option for getting your hands on some fresh seafood in bowls with all the fixings. One of Van’s fave seafood shops,Â Fresh Ideas Start Here (F.I.S.H. ), has launched an in-house FISHbar at both their seafood market locations (Burnaby and Kitsilano).
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