Coast to Coast Market Dinners at Edible Canada

Vancouver’s Edible Canada is putting on a series of special dinners at their bistro demo kitchen on Granville Island that will feature noteworthy chefs from across the country. The idea is to help define Canadian Cuisine. Every month of 2015 will be dedicated to a specific region.

At the start of each month, Edible Canada will host a public dinner for up to 75 people, showcasing the country’s top culinary talent with the best ingredients and stories from the lands. For the balance of each month, the Edible Canada culinary team, led by Chef de Cuisine Tyler Dallner, will collaborate with the regional chefs to develop a tasting menu that showcases the bounty of the respective regions. These items will run for the duration of the month.

Their Bar Manger, Zack Shave, will create drink specials each month that reflect the specialties of each area and pair perfectly with each dish.

You can purchase each dinner separately, or experience the whole edible journey right from one coast to another. See below for dates. Visit the Edible Canada website for menus and ticket information.

Upcoming Market Dinners

Mar 2, 2015
March – Saskatchewan Month with Chef Dale MacKay of Top Chef Canada & Ayden Kitchen and Bar
Apr 1, 2015
April – Ontario Month with Chef and Author Jeff Crump (Earth to Table)
May 4, 2015
May – Alberta Month with Chef Dave Bohati, Eden Hrabec & Blair Lebsack
Jun 1, 2015
June – Nova Scotia Month with Chef Michael Howell & Taste of Nova Scotia
Sep 1, 2015
September – Quebec Month with Chef Derek Dammann from Maison Publique
Oct 1, 2015
October – P.E.I Month with Chef Ross Munro, Owner/Operator of Prince Edward Island Culinary Adventures
Nov 2, 2015
November – New Brunswick Month with Chef Chris Aerni of Rossmount Inn

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Gary Hynes, a writer and photographer, founded EAT magazine in 1998 and is its editor and chief paperboy. He studied Electronic Music with Samuel Dolan at Toronto’s Royal Conservatory of Music, Audio Recording Technology at ...

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