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Tim Hortons renovation, Cranbrook, November 2014
Cranbrook, Cuisine Update for Tim’s

Renovation of the Tim Hortons restaurant in Cranbrook will mean a refreshed appearance and improved efficiency.

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SOAHC Estate Wines
Agriculture, Cuisine Winning wines

SOAHC Estate Wines earned a bronze medal at the 2014 National Wine Awards of Canada this year.

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The FoodEx truck with the slogan
Kimberley, Cuisine FoodEx dispatches feasts to wherever you need to feed a crowd

Rene Schupbach of Kimberley, B.C., is a foodie and a caterer. His catering business will make the food fresh wherever you are.

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Steam Donkey Coffee in Kimberley;
Kimberley, Cuisine Relationship coffee

Steam Donkey Coffee is a wholesale coffee-roasting business in Kimberley, B.C.

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Susi and Colin Thomas stand at the counter of Crumbs Bakery Café in Castlegar, B.C.
Castlegar, Cuisine, Small Business Oh Crumbs

Crumbs is a small artisan bakery café that is in its first year of operation in Castlegar, B.C.

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Cuisine, Small Business Serving up a slice

Pizzeria Mercato is the hot new pizza place in Windermere, B.C.

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Fernie, Cuisine Award-winning beer

Brewing up some of the best beer in the Kootenays is business as usual for Fernie Brewing Company.

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Caleb Moss and Niki Dusseault of Golden, B.C.
Golden, Cuisine, Small Business Right at home, at work

Bacchus Books and Café, in Golden, B.C., is a two-in-one business run by fun-loving partners, Caleb Moss and Niki Dusseault.

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Becky Gilhula is a red seal pastry chef who owns and operates Sweet Dreams Cakery and Sweet Dreams Heritage Inn in Rossland.
Rossland, Cuisine, Small Business A pretty sweet business

For Becky Gilhula, running Sweet Dreams Cakery in Rossland provides an outlet for her creativity and the opportunity to practice her pastry chef trade.

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Cathy and Nico Tsantilas, owners of Apostoles Greek Restaurant in Golden, B.C.
Golden, Cuisine, Small Business Mom-and-pop Apostoles

Golden, B.C., has some excellent restaurants, and Apostoles Greek Restaurant is among the favourites.

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Ajay and Pam Uppal
Cranbrook, Cuisine, Small Business Excellent Indian cuisine

Cuisine of India opens a third restaurant, this one in Cranbrook, B.C.

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John Snelgrove has a coffee and muffin in the bright atmosphere of Alpine Grind in Rossland, B.C.
Rossland, Cuisine Alpine Grind: not your daily grind

John Snelgrove didn’t plan to own a coffee shop, but he’s found a job and a business that fits with his life in Rossland, B.C.

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Invermere, Cuisine Invermere gets a new dining option

Safta's Restaurant serves Middle Eastern food that is prepared with care and passion.

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Cuisine Someone spilled the beans!

The Spilli Bean had its grand opening on May 1st, in Spillimacheen, B.C.

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Sue Raymond of StoneFire Pizzeria in Kimberley, B.C.
Kimberley, Cuisine, Small Business Italian soul food

StoneFire Pizzeria in Kimberley is now open, serving Neapolitan pizza and a whole range of appetizers, pastas and desserts.

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Bill and Lori Cameron, owner of Tigz Tea Hut in Creston, BC. Tea and gift store.
Creston, Cuisine, Retail, Small Business, Tourism A one-stop shop for quality tea and gifts

Next time you’re in Creston, make time to stop at Tigz Tea Hut, where you can browse from a selection of locally made gift items, high-quality teas and more.

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Stonefire Pizzeria in Kimberley's platzl
Kimberley, Cuisine, Developments Stonefire Pizzeria to open doors in Kimberley’s Platzl

Kimberley's newest restaurant is getting set to open in late spring or early summer 2014.

Stephen Aryan and Sister Maria Aryan are ready for customers at their Fork food truck in Creston, B.C.
Creston, Cuisine From farm to fork with Creston food truck

Creston, B.C., has a new food truck, Fork, bringing delicious local food to eager customers.

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Photo new Thai Vietnamese Restaurant opening in Cranbrook
Cranbrook, Cuisine, Developments New Thai Vietnamese Restaurant opens in Cranbrook

Cranbrook's newest ethic food establishment, the Pho Saigon Restaurant is now open.

Michelle and Nils Fuhge, owners of the Old Bauernhaus restaurant in Kimberley, B.C.
Kimberley, Cuisine, Best Places to Eat Traditional fare is still a favourite

Combining high-quality local ingredients and a warm and welcoming atmosphere is the simple recipe followed at the Old Bauernhaus restaurant in Kimberley, B.C.

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Carly Hadfield and Troy Pyett behind the bar at the Lion's Head pub in Castlegar
Castlegar, Cuisine, Best Places to Eat Craft beer and smokin’ good food

Locally made beer, smoked-on-the-premises meats and a happy staff make Lion’s Head Smoke & Brew a popular meeting place in Castlegar, B.C.

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Nick and Colleen Caracciolo inside the Hot Spot Diner
Trail, Cuisine, Best Places to Eat A new name for an old favourite

The new owners have made some changes at the Hot Spot Diner, and the reviews from customers have been resoundingly positive.

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Pastries and wraps in the showcase at La Baguette Catering in Revelstoke, B.C.
Revelstoke, Cuisine, Best Places to Eat French flair at La Baguette

The lifestyle brought Sonia Ratté and Olivier Dutil from Quebec to Revelstoke, B.C., and their business, La Baguette Catering, is a welcome addition to town.

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Kevin Wallace of the Rocky Mountain Redneck Café in Cranbrook, B.C.
Cranbrook, Cuisine, Best Places to Eat Soup’s on

The Rocky Mountain Redneck Café, run by Audra and Kevin Wallace, specializes in delicious homemade food served in a homey atmosphere.

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Robert Mason stands on the back patio at Huckleberry's Family Restaurant in Invermere, B.C.
Invermere, Cuisine, Best Places to Eat A clear and simple mission

Robert Mason listens to input from his customers at Huckleberry’s Family Restaurant, a longtime eatery in Invermere, B.C.

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Erin Bruce and Patrick McInnis of Nelson, B.C., on a lakeshore with mountains in the distance
Nelson, Cuisine Catering to Nelson

Alligator Pie Catering in Nelson, B.C., has established itself as a favourite caterer for local businesses and special events.

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A crowd of diners at Wolf's Den Rustic Mountain Restaurant in Golden, B.C.
Golden, Cuisine Quality and comfort at the Wolf’s Den

Curt Thorne never thought he’d be a business owner, but he’s making a great success of the Wolf’s Den Rustic Mountain Restaurant in Golden, B.C.

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Trish Dyer of Mountain Nugget Chocolate Company, admiring the chocolate streaming from her spatula
Rossland, Cuisine This nugget is better than gold

Mountain Nugget Chocolate Company in Rossland, B.C., offers handmade chocolates, homemade ice cream, and—very soon—pies and pastries.

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Danielle Cardozo
Cranbrook, Cuisine Life after reality TV

We met with Danielle Cardozo to ask what she gained from the MasterChef Canada competition, and her advice for competing cooks.

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Loaves of crusty bread on a wire shelf
Invermere, Cuisine Quality above all

Artisan breads, custom wedding cakes, pretzels, chocolate confections and dog treats—Quality Bakery in Invermere, B.C., makes the best of them all.

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A display of sliced baked pastry, small dishes holding red jam and diced  rhubarb, and fresh strawberries.
Fairmont Hot Springs, Cuisine, Small Business Proposed food business incubator for the Columbia Valley

A food business incubator and commercial kitchen could open worlds of opportunity for entrepreneurs in B.C.'s Columbia Valley.

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Young woman (Danielle Cardozo) in a bright kitchen
Cranbrook, Cuisine Cardozo, continued

Danielle Cardozo has hit the ground running since her elimination from the MasterChef Canada competition.

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Smiling Danielle Cardozo with a glass of white wine
Cranbrook, Cuisine Baked Alaska freezes out MasterChef contender

Eliminated four months ago from MasterChef Canada, Danielle Cardozo is deeply involved in her culinary education and capitalizing on her experience.

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Tamara Behl, Danielle Cardozo and Marida Mohammed, three of the top eight competitors in MasterChef Canada
Cranbrook, Cuisine And then there were eight

Cooking a perfect dish of monkfish with sea urchin velouté saved Danielle Cardozo from having to compete in the dessert challenge.

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A banner lists details on dates for the Farm, Food, Fork event. Behind it is colourful honeycomb.
Nelson, Agriculture, Cuisine, Environment Farm Food Fork

Farm, Food, Fork (F3) is bringing together the food advocates, marketers and farmers of the Kootenays with a dynamite event.

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Dark-haired young woman with dark-haired and dark-bearded young man
Cranbrook, Cuisine MasterChef Canada at CFB Trenton

Cooking 151 steak dinners for military troops at CFB Trenton was an honour and a challenge for the MasterChef Canada home cooks.

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Little girl holding a scoop net; water in the background
Cranbrook, Cuisine With friends like these ...

With the competition getting tougher, the MasterChef Canada candidates are honing their conniving skills.

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Manager Ruth Jellicoe (right) with Sparwood Loaf employees Karrigan Folvik(middle) and Cora-Lee Campbell (left)
Sparwood, Cuisine, Small Business The Loaf opens in Sparwood

The Loaf, a popular bakery/cafe in Fernie has opened a new cafe and retail outlet in Sparwood.

Smiling, dark-haired young woman, standing in front of a display of liquor bottles and glasses
Cranbrook, Cuisine Cardozo’s strength is showing

Losing the team competition—just barely—and losing the chance at immunity from elimination, was actually a good thing for Danielle Cardozo.

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Young woman in a modern kitchen
Cranbrook, Cuisine Cardozo’s instincts are good

Second-guessing herself twice was enough. This time Danielle Cardozo followed her instinct and found success.

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Dark-haired woman wearing a pink shirt and white chef's apron with the name Danielle on the bib
Cranbrook, Cuisine Challenge reveals cooks’ character

The February 10 episode of MasterChef Canada could be an effective teaching tool demonstrating teamwork and not-teamwork.

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Young woman with long, dark hair, wearing a bright pink shirt, standing in a food market
Cranbrook, Cuisine Smelt surprise

Danielle Cardozo has survived MasterChef's first mystery box challenge and the first elimination. Next challenge: cooking for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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Close-up of a young woman in a black chef's jacket, with her right hand on a swing door at the kitchen entrance.
Cranbrook, Cuisine Qualified to cook

Danielle Cardozo of Cranbrook, B.C., joined 15 other skilled home cooks competing for the title of first MasterChef Canada.

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Castlegar, Cuisine Bringing German food to Castlegar

Hartmut and Marina Kaden have opened the Chameleon, a new German restaurant in Castlegar.

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Kimberley, Cuisine Enhancing a local favourite

Bear's Eatery in Kimberley has been in business for three years, and is growing in new directions.

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max and irmas restaurant in Nelson, BC
Nelson, Cuisine Quality comfort food

Max and Irma's offers wholesome, fresh menu options for diners in Nelson.

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Young woman wearing a black chef jacket
Cranbrook, Cuisine MasterChef Canada’s Cranbrook connection

Danielle Cardozo and her daughter, Rian, love to watch MasterChef on TV, and now Danielle has entered the first MasterChef Canada competition.

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Owners of Kimberley's Hearbeet Vegetarian Bistro, Nicole Vogt and Michel C. Kuhn.
Kimberley, Cuisine, Health & Wellness Tantalize your tastebuds at Kimberley’s newest restaurant, Heartbeet Vegetarian Bistro

In the heart of downtown is Kimberley’s newest restaurant, Heartbeet Vegetarian Bistro.

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Pete Durning, new owner of the Byng Roadhouse in Cranbrook.
Cranbrook, Cuisine, Small Business Historic hotel bar gets a facelift

Good food and live music are the hallmarks of the new Legendary Byng Roadhouse in Cranbrook

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Castlegar, Cuisine Come to Maggie’s

Maggie's Mug is in town, and it's offering a selection of delectable menu options.

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