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Cranbrook, Cuisine Allegra and Baillie-Grohman get together for a wine-pairing event

A special event at Allegra restaurant in Cranbrook paired a fabulous tasting menu with Baillie-Grohman wines

Nelson, Cuisine The best of the barbecue

Earlier this year, Michael Harmer and Chad Tonnos set out to rejuvenate the tastebuds of Nelson residents with their new restaurant, Smokewood Barbecue.

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Invermere, Cuisine, Environment, Retail Solar-powered coffee?

Solar systems can save your business money and satisfy your environmental conscience. Greenman Sustainable Solutions facilitated the installation of a system at Kicking Horse Café in Invermere in 2010.

by Lisa Crane
Dean and Angel Romano owners of The Pickled Bean restaurant at  Cranbrook's Canadian Rockies International Airport.
Cranbrook, Cuisine, Tourism New diner opens in Canadian Rockies International Airport

Cranbrook's Canadian Rockies International Airport is now home to The Pickled Bean licensed restaurant.

Cranbrook, Cuisine, Tourism Middle Eastern cuisine comes to Cranbrook

Cranbrook's somewhat crowded restaurant space (100-plus restaurants) has a new restaurant venture that is about to swing open the doors.

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Cranbrook, Invermere, Kimberley, Agriculture, Cuisine, Health & Wellness Tea anyone?

Purcell Organics sells signature organic teas in the Kootenays and farms organic produce as well.

by Lisa Crane
man and a woman in a coffee roastery in BC
Elkford, Sparwood, Revelstoke, Cuisine The origins of Zaltana

Zaltana Coffee Roasters contribute to the Elk Valley's cultural identity.

by Brielle Will
Man and woman.
Nelson, Cuisine Fast food revolucion

El Taco, a Mexican restaurant in Nelson, is owned by father-daughter team, Gil and Justine Langevin. They are expanding to offer franchises.

by Lisa Crane
Revelstoke, Cuisine, Developments Being the best

La Baguette co-owners Sonia Ratté and Olivier Dutil have opened two additional locations in Revelstoke.

(L to R) Diane Churchill, Devin Penfold and Marsha Churchill.
Fernie, Cuisine, Health & Wellness What’s in your lunch box?

Churchill was diagnosed with cancer 10 years ago, and she beat it by changing her lifestyle and diet.

by Breanne Massey
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Castlegar, Cuisine Attention chocoholics!

This Castlegar chocolatier has been sweetening the Kootenays with her tasty creations.

A man, woman, and child look at the camera while sitting on a mountain trail.
Cranbrook, Elkford, Kimberley, Cuisine, Health & Wellness Who is cooking for you tonight?

The Mountain Range provides healthy gourmet meals and baked goods in reusable, recyclable containers. The meals are frozen, easy to prepare, and delicious.

by Lisa Crane
Cranbrook, Cuisine Dee Dee Magee’s

Dee Dee Lapawa is the owner of the newest pub in Cranbrook, B.C. Her partner, Billy Stanton, has enthusiastically taken the reigns as general manager.

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Radium Hot Springs, Cuisine, Tourism Kootenay’s only wine bar celebrating first anniversary

Radium Hot Springs is the home to the Kootenays' only exclusive wine bar, and it is celebrating its first anniversary.

Cuisine Chocolate affairs

The chocolates created by Maureen Wetsch are as attractive as they are tasty.

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Creston, Christina Lake, Cuisine Crafted with caring

From the Hearth Bakery in Christina Lake, B.C., has won a place in the hearts of locals and visitors alike.

by Richard Finnigan
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Cranbrook, Cuisine, Retail A taste of home

Biltong Canada, owned by Rod and Mal Paterson, is in its sixth year of selling biltong and other South African-style products.

by Lisa Crane
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New Denver, Cuisine The apple of New Denver’s eye

New Denver's Apple Tree sandwich shop is a popular gathering place with a very West Kootenay vibe. Oh, and the food's great too.

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Grand Forks, Cuisine Bent, twisted and tasty

A former mayor of Grand Forks and his wife stir the pot with two distinctive food-related businesses.

by Richard Finnigan
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Fernie, Cuisine Getting down to business

Rip & Richard's recently received an award for its business lunches. New owners Claude and Lillis Perreault took time to talk about their plans for the restaurant.

by Lisa Crane
Cranbrook, Cuisine Queen of cakes

Jennifer Johns and Paul Dalcanale are doing amazing things with baked goods in their business, JJ's Custom Cakery.

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Revelstoke, Cuisine, Retail Award-winning products, exceptional service

Elvira Brunner and Daniel Weber have brought Crescendo Revelstoke to new heights.

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Creston, Cuisine A fresh and unique place to take a break

A Break in Time Caffe is run by two very special and community-focused people in the beautiful town of Creston, B.C.

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Kaslo, Cuisine Bluebelle Bistro and Beanery is proud to be local

Bluebelle Bistro and Beanery is a successful restaurant in Kaslo that features great food and coffee as well as local artists and musicians.

by Lisa Crane
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Revelstoke, Cuisine, Retail The cream of the hops

Meet the hard-working scientists, Bart and Tracey Larson, behind the Mt. Begbie Brewing Co. From humble beginnings, the Larsons have beaten the odds and taken their brand to national competitions.

by Glynis Fediuk
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Invermere, Cuisine, Retail Java geniuses

Kicking Horse Coffee in Invermere maintains strong ethics and top quality blends.

Fernie, Cuisine Fernie favourites

The draw of Island Lake Resort is the scenery and cat-skiing—but the fabulous food keeps people coming back again and again.

by Tanya Lang Gahr

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