We are super excited to announce the launch of TEAMCHOMP’s podcast titled What’s Chomping! Each week 3 team members will present new topics, new debates and new laughs, as we explore the world of food and culture. Whether it’s a new food craze on the come up, a food hype falling flat, or a hidden gem restaurant that is tucked away, we will dive head first and see what’s really chomping!

We finally did it! We are super excited to announce the launch of TEAMCHOMP’s podcast titled What’s Chomping! Each week 3 team members will present new topics, new debates and new laughs, as we explore the world of food and culture. Whether it’s a new food craze on the come up, a food hype falling flat, or a hidden gem restaurant that is tucked away, we will dive head first and see what’s really chomping!

Lining up for a table has become the norm amongst new trendy spots and Bells and Whistles is no exception, luckily you could shoot some hoops or play ski ball while you wait. Located in Fraserhood, Bells and Whistles have quickly become the go-to spot with a menu consisting of great comfort food and rare beer. We had the opportunity to chat with Chef Alessandro Vianello, also known for Wildebeest and Bufala where he talks inspiration behind Bells and Whistles, their vast beer offerings, and secret menu items…(did I mention

Feeling lucky? This holiday season, we wanted to get festive with some good ol’ fashioned dunkers from one of the biggest names in town: Lucky’s Doughnuts (out of 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters). As you may know, we at TEAMCHOMP are not shy about being some of the nosiest Joe’s around, and we wanted to find out the WHAT, HOW and WHY behind the new menu at 49th Parallel, including a holiday selection that dropped this season from Lucky’s Doughnuts. What better way to see what’s up than to hit up

This has been a (delicious, calorie-laden) project in the making for quite some time now. The talk of creating a Vancouver cookie guide on TEAMCHOMP started quite a while back but it wasn’t until I had a cookie-induced meltdown that the idea of creating a joint project of Building A Cookie Box 101 and Vancouver Christmas Cookie Guide came into fruition. I created a cookie box last year and posted it with recipes for my favourite Christmas cookie. Coming into the holiday season this year, an overwhelming amount of emails

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