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March 26, 2015

Cafe Medina at the EAT! Vancouver Food Festival 


Fermentation Workshop

SOLD OUT — Join Chef Jonathan as he leads a fermentation master class on April 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. during the EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival.

Fermentation, an age-old food preservation technique used by cultures around the world, is now making a comeback in modern Western cuisine. Participants will sample fermented food and drink, while learning about the history and nutritional benefits of fermentation and picking up some fermentation techniques to apply at home. Tickets to the event are limited to only 25 guests and cost $45 each plus tax.


Talk & Taste Stage

For those who missed out on the sold out Fermentation Workshop with Chef Jonathan, on May 1 from 6 to 6:30 p.m, the EAT! Vancouver Talk and Taste Stage will provide an opportunity to enjoy a Friday evening crash course. Participants will be guided through fermentation techniques and will sample a signature fermented dish paired with beer or wine. Tickets to the event are limited to only 40 guests and are available for $7 each plus tax.


Celebrity Chef Throwdown

Cheer on Chef Jonathan as he joins celebrity chefs Jackie Kai Ellis (owner of Beaucoup Bakery) and Anna Olson (host of Food Network Canada's Bake with Anna Olson) in a fun, fast-paced culinary fight to the finish. The Celebrity Chef Throwdown on May 1 at 8 p.m. will be judged by the previous two-time reigning champion Rob Feenie (Executive Chef of Cactus Club Cafe), along with special media judges Carolyn Ali (Georgia Straight), Erin Ireland (It's To Die For and The Peak Radio), and Sophie Lui (Global TV). Included in the general admission ticket to EAT! Vancouver at BC Place. 


Since opening in 2008, Café Medina has carved out a niche as a truly exceptional breakfast, lunch and weekend-brunch destination that effortlessly blends eclectic bistro fare, connoisseur-savvy coffee and sweet nourishment via the city’s best Belgian waffles.