Written By Gary Hynes 2017 Issues / Magazine Sep 8, 2017 The September/October 2017 EAT is on the Streets SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestWELCOMEFor me, fall is a time for travel. I long to get out there to discover new places, cultures, and foods. Leaving Vancouver Island during the summer months would mean I’d miss the sunny season with our fantastic local farm produce, serene blue ocean, and trips to the beach for picnics and swimming. But when the weather begins to turn back towards winter again, it’s the perfect time to pack a bag and hit the road. Visiting a city as it transitions from the crazed throngs of summer visitors to a city where the local inhabitants take back their neighbourhoods and re-start their normal routines is the time to go. Museums are less crowded, there are many more drink and culinary events to attend, and restaurants seem more welcoming and less hectic. It’s the best time of year to feel a part of the city rather than during peak tourist season.In this issue, which I’ve dubbed our first ever Travel Issue, four well-travelled EAT scribes take us on their journeys—both far and near. Joseph Blake and Sol Kauffman head to Italy and Japan respectively. Joseph eats his way up the Adriatic coast of the boot and Sol goes on a ride-supreme along an ancient Buddhist route. Cinda Chavich and Shelora Sheldan stay a little closer to home; Cinda digs in and takes an extensive tour of Richmond, BC’s top hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurants, considered to be some of the best outside of China and Hong Kong, and Shelora explores the Okanagan Valley to put together an insider’s guide (she lives in Penticton) to the Okanagan’s best, little known eateries. Come along for the ride; I hope it inspires you to make your own travel plans.Read the Sept/Oct 2017 issueGARY HYNES, FOUNDER & EDITOR SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Gary Hynes 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 ... Read More You may also like 2017 Issues / The Big Picture July 3, 2017 Summer Issue of EAT Magazine Available in Print & Digital Versions The July/August 2017 issue of EAT is out and on the streets. Pick-up your copy today at your favourite grocer, deli, wine shop, café or book store. ... Read More 2017 Issues / Magazine May 16, 2017 Digital Version of May/June 2017 EAT Magazine is Out The digital version of our May/June 2017 issue has been posted and is available to read here. Highlights You are Where You Eat – a travel ... Read More 2017 Issues / Magazine February 28, 2017 March/April 2017 Issue The March/April 2017 issue out and on the stands. Read the digital edition here. Inside Seasonal Coffee Primer All Kinds of Meatballs ... Read More 2017 Issues / Get Fresh / Victoria January 3, 2017 The Mighty Green: Year-round microgreens make any meal healthier. “GET FRESH” My recent visit to a master microgreens grower in North Saanich, where you are literally surrounded in new life, will give ... Read More 2017 Issues / Magazine December 29, 2016 EAT Magazine January | February 2017 Issue READ NOW INSIDE Food Delivery Oad Kee Mao The Food-Obsessed Physicist The Great Unifier: The History of Fried Dough Retro Comfort Food ... Read More Comments are closed.