March 29, 2012
Whistler is a fine-dining hotspot but this week we give a little love one of the less-appreciated mountain meals — the Quebecois classic Poutine.
February 29, 2012
After 24 years of skiing Whistler, Insider Feet Banks finally gets up early enough to try the Fresh Tracks Breakfast. He's hooked!
February 27, 2012
Featuring over 100 places to eat, Whistler is a food-lover's paradise. With so many options, it's also easy to miss out on some true local classics. Until now...
February 9, 2012
Love is in the air when chocolate is in the mouth. Whistler offers numerous amazing romantic Valentine's Day activities but everything is better with chocolate. The Insider talks to Whistler's chocolatiers to find out what's hot this season.
November 15, 2011
Araxi Executive Chef James Walt is a culinary world superstar with real home-grown sensibilities. This week he dishes up the goods on the importance of regional cuisine and hands over a free recipe.
November 9, 2011
Much more than a goat’s horn stuffed with winter squash, Whistler’s Cornucopia is three days of fine food, hearty times, and the occasional hangover.
October 25, 2011
The coldest room in Whistler is one of the hottest draws in town. This week the Whistler Insider braves the sub-zero temperatures of the Belvedere Ice Room.
July 26, 2011
Wanted: one white linen tablecloth. 100 feet long. Whistler Insider, and grown-up farm-kid, Mary Zinck, likes to take her produce in the great outdoors, fresh from the farm, direct from the hands of grower, passing momentarily through the outdoor kitchen of award-winning Whistler chefs. That's why she's dreaming of long tables in the field.
July 22, 2011
Summer is here. The views are sweet. The patios are humming. Now you just need a signature beverage… Whistler Insider and self-confessed foodie Mary Zinck takes one for the team in order to research the best house cocktails of the season.
July 12, 2011
Here, we take you on an edible tour of Whistler and it's top-notch tasty herb gardens.
June 21, 2011
All-in for under $50 for a family of four? No problems.