Frosty fall nights make for heartier food cravings and new seasonal menus to create in your cozy kitchen at home.
Dining at this time of year is an absolute treat. Thanks to the invention of heating lamps, coupled with cozy blankets, the Okanagan embraces sunshine and the great outdoors throughout the harvest season with many patios that remain open throughout October and November.
Kelowna is literally a dreamland for chefs. Access to acres upon acres of farms, orchards, gardens and vineyards producing an enormous range of world class fruit, vegetables and wines
In Kelowna, chefs take pride in their commitment to turning locally grown food into fresh and delicious meals. Because our farms and restaurants are so close together, chefs can pick products at just the right moment to create tasty works of art, all in the same day.
Chef Michael Buffett has been an amazing new addition to our local food and farm scene in Kelowna. With a strong history of running high standard kitchens in Alberta, Michael decided to go west to follow a dream.
Canadian Thanksgiving is coming up and here in the Okanagan, we are lucky to be able to create a completely locally sourced feast.
Fall is a wonderful time of year to visit restaurants in Kelowna. How can you not feel good about sitting down to a meal knowing the head chef and his team scoured the local farmer’s market that morning selecting fresh produce and other ingredients for its preparation?
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 4:00 PM by Jennifer Schell
With fresh Okanagan peaches available at fruit stands, markets and grocery stores across the city. Now is a the perfect time pick up some fresh local peaches and make some tasty dishes.
There are many incredible places to eat in downtown Kelowna. Here are a few of my favourite restaurants and the tasty plates I recommend at each of them.
Thursday, August 10, 2017 3:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna
One huge benefit of the Kelowna lifestyle is the availability of fresh produce and fruit at countryside markets and fruit stands. The Okanagan climate provides a long, hot growing season well suited to tree fruits, vegetable gardens and vineyards.