What’s your favorite recipe from Kitsilano?

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Kitsilano.ca is excited to announce that we’re supporting the new Kitsilano version of  Cook the ‘Hood.

coverCook the ‘Hood is an organization that celebrates neighbourhood spirit, promotes local businesses, and provides a mechanism to support local programs and initiatives providing food assistance to those in need.

How do they do ALL that?  Through a cook book.

The concept may sound familiar if you’re seen their inaugural Commercial Drive version. Focusing on neighbourhoods renowned for the foodie environment with a segment of their population in need of food assistance, Cook the ‘Hood is essentially a collection of recipes from local businesses in support of the local community.

The Kitsilano version is coming out in November and will make a great stocking stuffer. The publishers have 5 spots left for Kitsilano eateries, so if you have a favorite food item hailing from the hood, mention it in the comments and maybe we can get them in the book with the recipe.

Last modified: July 31, 2009

9 Responses to " What’s your favorite recipe from Kitsilano? "

  1. Molly says:

    Cool! I really enjoyed the ‘Drive version. I kept buying them as i thought about more and more people who would enjoy this great little book.

  2. Jody says:

    Capers lentilburgers!

  3. Kristen says:

    Hmmm maybe Sophie’s will share how they make their Jimmy the Greek Eggs Benny! Or the Nevermind Fish Tacos!

  4. Marnie says:

    I have a fondness for Sophies belgian waffles….the recipe would be nice to have!

  5. RobMagus says:

    I think Jolly’s original butter chicken should definitely be in this book. of course, Jolly probably won’t give away the recipe for it – but -something- from Jolly’s should be in here!

  6. Heather says:

    anything from Mon Bella. love that place.

  7. kitsgirl says:

    the chocolate mousse from Bistrot bistro is fantastic!! so is pretty much everything from Las Margarita’s. And the pizza’s from Hells Kitchen.

  8. Anonymous says:

    split pea soup from capers

    or lentil dahl from sejuiced

  9. Danny- says:

    I haven’t tasted any food here in kitsilano, but I think I would love to try it all. So I will know the best dish I would pick from. And I would do a research paper for the best cuisine in Canada.