At Vibrantly, we aspire to become a B Corp Certified company because business + social good = Winning! Here is a list (as of February 2015) of online grocers, from web-to-door, that sell Good Food and are B Corp Certified companies themselves.
Relay Foods – Online marketplace and grocery, specializing in high-quality local, curated, and everyday foods.
Door to Door Organics – Online grocer that delivers fresh, high-quality organic produce and natural groceries. Boston Organics – Works directly with organic farms and wholesalers to deliver boxes of fresh, certified organic produce directly to homes and offices, year-round. It seems like more and more fast food places are trying to sell food that you would normally buy at a fair! Burger King has teamed up with PepsiCo Inc.
The next night at Beaumont was much better, in terms of weather, and the sunset over Fraser Lake was pretty spectacular, as you will see for yourself!
First off, I was lucky enough to win the grand prize in the BCfresh Warba-licious New Nugget Potato contest that I entered my Kerala Style Potato Avial in. I am, of course, talking about the very classic Chicken 65, the spicy hot fried chicken in yogurt dish from the South of India. Dad and I browsed through Sanjeev Kapoor's book, but Dad didn't think that the the ingredients or method he described was a traditional 65 dish. I actually borrowed on a recent Japanese class that I'd done with my fellow blogger and workmate Jamie Tokuda (he of the very funny Cook With Sumo blog) We'd done Jamie's grandmother's chicken kaaraage recipe, in which he marinates the chicken, then coats it in a seasoned potato starch and deep fries it. Of course, at this point you're probably wondering about the unusual name of this dish, right? Dad's favourite theory about the naming of Chicken 65 was that in the war of 1965, North Indian soldiers in Tamil Nadu, who didn't know how to speak the local Tamil language, liked the chicken dish that was Number 65 on the menu, and just started referring to it as that 'Chicken 65'.
Cut the chicken thighs into bite sized pieces, 3 - 4 pieces per thigh, depending on how big the thighs are. Dip each of the chicken pieces into the beaten egg, then dredge in the seasoned flour mixture. Whisk together the yogurt, Kashmiri chilli powder, ground cumin and coriander, black pepper and lemon juice. If youa€™re attractive a€“ but not too attractive a€“ you might be eligible for a summer gig that involves a fancy dress and a walk down the aisle. A Vancouver bride wants to hire five bridesmaids for $20 per hour, free food and free drinks, according to a Craigslist ad posted Saturday. She already has one bridesmaid, but needs five more because the a€?really populara€? groom has six groomsmen and the bride wants the pictures to have an even number on both sides. The bride will buy the bridesmaids dresses so long as the 27 to 33-years-old, 5-foot-tall to 5-foot-5 women are smaller than a size 6.


Metro attempted to confirm the veracity of the ad, but couldna€™t immediately get in touch with the bride. There's a good selection of beers, cocktails and hybrid "beertails" - an interesting combo of both, which I'll have to try next time as it was my turn to drive.
Since were were both hankering for burgers, we didn't get a round of wings (no pic from the box of delivered wings, but they're a good size, nice and crispy) and were glad we didn't order too much food on top as the choice of 2 sides (out of 12)  that came with each burger was quite filling! Overall, a surprisingly tasty place for bar food, burgers and wings with polite and prompt service.
Japanese Sweets Cafe Myowa ????? [Taipei, TW] -- Japanese Style Dessert - green tea cakes, ice-cream, cream puffs and matcha!
On a gorgeous and windy day, we headed off on our self planned mini winery tour of Vancouver Island. Full Day Food Tour of Oahu, Hawaii - First stop, Eggs 'n Things for macadamia nut loaded breakfast and Dole Plantation Grille for pineapple whip!
Currently serves Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware. Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery (SPUD) offers products that are certified organic, natural, or locally and sustainably made. Thrive Market is not a Certified B Corp company, however, they do have a B Corp Certified section on their website that is dedicated to selling food made by B Corp Certified companies. With over 31 years of experience in the packaging and industrial products field, we can bring you the most efficient products that provide your customers the most value for their money.
Technology has increased access to information and reduced time frames to get this information. I was thrilled to be chosen as the winning entry, and while all credit goes to my wonderful country of birth, I am also really lucky to be able to live in a country with lovely, fresh and local produce that makes my recipes so good. To be honest, I still can't believe that there are so many people out there reading my site and while 4000 might not seem like a large number, its still staggering to me and I am just so grateful to all of you out there, my friends, fellow bloggers and readers who keep me going through good and tough times, and engage and offer me encouragement and make this little blog a success. So it was off to Skype to call mother dearest, who grumbled at being woken up for just a recipe, but nevertheless dug into her tattered, handwritten recipe notes and muttered out approximate quantities and a rough method. In India, we don't tend to cook with potato starch, so I substituted a mixture of seasoned cornstarch and rice flour, and it worked perfectly in adding that crisp, spicy, seasoned coating that Chicken 65 is famous for.
Very gently, lower the coated chicken pieces into the hot oil (4 - 5 pieces at a time), and fry for 5 - 7 minutes, until crisp and just cooked through. Pour in the yogurt sauce, and stir fry on a high heat, until the yogurt is absorbed into the chicken and the dish is fairly dry. Will definitely be back and already looking fwd to when patio season is open again! Serves SF Bay Area, Los Angeles and Orange County, Vancouver, Victoria to Nanalmo, Calgary, and Edmonton.


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Your customers as a result need greater responsiveness and shorter lead times on products they receive from you. So yayyyy, on vacation now, with not much to than relax and enjoy everything in this beautiful Northern BC town. This Indian restaurant in Edmonton (which is rather good, if a little on the fusion side) was doing their famous Butter Chicken Samosas and a Cauliflower 65.
Once I'd worked out quantities and method, the recipe came together like clockwork, and before we knew it, Dad and I were nicking pieces of freshly fried chicken, even before I sauteed it into its yogurt seasoning. For example, my theory was that a restauranteur in Madras invented this dish in 1965, and so the 65 just stuck to the end of the dish.
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So a huge thank you to all those wonderful producers out there who grow these great ingredients that make such great food. It reminded me so much of home, and even Dad, who can be quite nitpicky about things that he knows very well, admitted that it tasted even better than the version that he'd had in a famous local restaurant.
We understand that our mutual success is dependent on understanding needs, product specifications, manufacturing, product packaging and deadlines. My dad, who's never been recreational camping before kept flipping constantly between being amused and amazed at everything that people brought to camp with them.
And to BCfresh Vegetables and Food Bloggers of Canada for this opportunity to show off the cuisine of my homeland. The dish was more akin to a Cauliflower Manchurian, rather than the more traditional 65 dishes, which are way spicier and have a slightly different flavour profile. It rained pretty consistently, and even though it was slightly cold and miserable, it was still a brilliant experience for dad. We were also lucky enough to spot a wolf (eating something I don't want to mention) which was pretty rare and of course, elk were everywhere.



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