Tag - Farm to Table

One Day in Kelowna

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 4:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna

If you only had one, just one day to spend in Kelowna here are a few of the many must-see attractions and venues.  (You really should stay longer or start planning your next holiday though!) 

Asparagus season is here! And I plan to eat it each and every day while it is in season. My favourite way to prepare asparagus is lightly brushed with olive oil, grilled on the barbeque and then topped with Maldon sea salt and lemon zest or balsamic vinegar. Love it in pasta, perfect in a panini with goat cheese, excellent as a pesto or starring in a frittata or omelette. I am just mad about asparagus!

Kelowna Outdoor Farmers' Market Opens

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 3:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna

This Saturday, April 1st is when the Kelowna Farmers' and Crafters' Market returns to their outdoor location at the corner of Springfield Rd and Dilworth Dr. Officially marking the undeniable signal that spring has arrived in Kelowna. 

Nothing tastes better than fresh, local ingredients so I like to shop at the various local farms, orchards, and markets in Kelowna and area. At this time of year, a great one-stop shop is at the Kelowna Indoor Farmers Market. The Kelowna Outdoor Farmers Market opens April 1st. Several of the below items can be picked up at the Kelowna Farmers’ & Crafters' MarketQuality Greens Farm Market, and Codfathers Seafood Market

St. Paddy's Day Lamb Stew Recipe

Friday, March 17, 2017 11:00 AM by Chefs of Kelowna

Nothing is as delicious as eating fresh, local food - so whenever possible I stop at local farms and orchards to grab my ingredients. In the winter, a great one-stop shop is the Kelowna Farmers’ & Crafters' Market (outdoor market opening April 1, 2017) and Quality Greens (open 7 days / week).  

Delicious & Local: Amuse Bouche

Monday, February 20, 2017 4:00 PM by Chefs of Kelowna

Whenever it's possible I stop at local farms and orchards to grab my ingredients. Nothing is as delicious as eating fresh, local produce. One of the great places to pick up fresh local produce is the Kelowna Farmers Winter Market where you can usually purchase delicious local root vegetables such as beets. 


The Alcock Family operates their beautiful organic farm in South East Kelowna. Find them at the Kelowna Farmers' & Crafters' Market this Fall on Saturdays to buy organic heritage tomatoes and more!

There’s no doubt that summer in Kelowna is coming to an end. The u-pick farms are transitioning from plums and apples to squash and pumpkin, but luckily in Kelowna farm-to-table experiences are still available. So where should you go for farm to table flavours? I have trialed, tested, and definitely approved these three places.