Chef's Choice: John Ferris
The fire under the grill is opening the oyster shells, with fennel cream and chives standing by to cover them, as chef John Ferris of The Collective Kitchen prepares the courses for the Sunwolf Summer Feast on the Squamish Valley Road near Brackendal
Chef's choice: Wolfgang Sterr
Call it dinner with a view. Whistler Blackcomb's Mountain Top BBQ series is now running every Friday to Sunday with a different menu and band performing each night up the gondola at the Roundhouse Lodge.
Chefs Choice: Adam Protter
While Adam Protter is a chef, he's got stories to tell and he tells them through his food. The chef at Canada House Whistler is sharing the story of the nation through food he describes as Haute Shushwap at one of Whistler's newest restaurants.
Chef's Choice: Scott Grieve — The chocolatier who tempts the tourists in town
Who counts calories on vacation? Let's face it — the time for counting is over as soon as the last email is sent, the bags are packed and the "to do" list gets its final checkmark.
Chef's choice: Fairmont's Laurent Bernard on afternoon tea
Afternoon tea has returned to the Fairmont's Mallard Lounge for the summer. Running every day from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m., patrons can enjoy a variety of pastries, a long tea list, as well as a lovely view of the mountains from the upper village venue.
Chef's Choice: Micah Lloyd
In the restaurant world, the quest to stand out from other eateries is never ending and one way to rise above the rest is to create a fun environment. Places that offer a fun experience are places that most people will return to.
Chef's Choice: Brendan Cooke
With a last name like the one he has it's no surprise that Brendan Cooke is where he is. The chef at the Howe Sound Inn and Brewing Co. for the last four years, he's no stranger to establishments built around alcohol.
Chef's Choice: Korey Klein
Pizza has been a life-long passion for Korey Klein. So in 2010 he decided to take his life-long passion for making pizza, something he used to do regularly as a kid with his mom, and work it into a business.
Chef's Choice: Jules Laporte
At just 26 years with a degree in commercial photography, Jules Laporte is clear about a few things. He loves cooking, snowboarding and photography. He grew up in Victoriaville, Quebec, where he says kids either play hockey or snowboard.