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A sweet and delicate food staple, scallops are a standard in many chefs kitchens. This version, made with maple syrup continues to be a favourite for Chef David.
By Chef David Robertson, The Dirty Apron
We are pleased to announce that Edmonds will be expanding with an additional location on the North shore. On May 1st Edmonds Fine Appliances will merge with Y. Franks and take over their current location in West Vancouver. This exciting expansion gives us the opportunity to serve you even better.
The name of this dish says it all. The subtle sweetness of the confit tomatoes and caramelized fennel, the tartness of the cheese and the salty crispiness of the pancetta are a delicious blend. Serve this salad hot or cold on its own, or as a side dish to any protein.
By Chef David Robertson, The Dirty Apron
Recently, Houzz released their 2018 U.S Houzz Kitchen Trends Study which outlined the biggest trends for kitchens right now. Sure enough, decluttering was one of the big trends included within the article, as consumers looked to keep their spaces clean and tidy.
By Laura Barker, Dirty Apron Cooking School
Sablefish is a signature dish for many chefs on the West Coast. Bring restaurant-quality sablefish to your dinner table with these tips on buying and preparing this delicious dish.
If you haven’t seen a ventless dryer, you will soon. They’re already popular options in appliance stores, and by 2021/2022, you won’t even see vented dryers in new homes.
As the air cools and the leaves begin to turn, many of us start thinking about hosting family and friends in the comfort of our homes, whether it’s for a feast around a dining room table or a casual wine and cheese party around a marble kitchen island. But if your kitchen isn’t a space you’re proud of, it may be time for an update.
Here, our General Manager Julie Hale shares some tips for ensuring your reno is ready to ‘Wow’ in time for your fall and winter holiday feasts.
By Maureen Goulet, Owner of Ambrosia Cooking School
Summertime is upon us now, and we can all kick back and enjoy some casual entertaining, where BBQs will be firing up and gin and tonics will be poured. I had the pleasure of meeting a wonderful Thai chef Pailin Chongchitnant, who shared with me a great summer time Thai appetizer that is unique and bursting with flavour and would be great at any BBQ this summer.
Looking to get the best value on quality appliances? Our General Manager Julie Hale shares her tips on getting high quality appliances – without a high cost.
If you could have the ultimate dream kitchen, what appliances would you love to own? General manager Julie Hale talks with Vancouver Magazine about the 'best new thing' in high-end kitchens.
Most of us think of seafood when we hear ceviche, but this dish is a beef ceviche served in butter lettuce cups.
Dishwashers differ quite a bit and have changed drastically in the last 10 years. Considering these dishwasher basics can help you get started.
Coffee 101 – Part 3
Whether you’re a regular at your local coffee shop or an at-home barista, you’ve probably tried – or considered trying – espresso. But what is espresso? How is it different from regular drip coffee?
In Part 3 of our Coffee 101 series, we dive into the details of the “Divine Nectar”.
Summertime is also beer time for many of us—between the sunny hikes, the windy beaches and even mowing the lawn, there’s a lot of thirst to quench. Water will do the trick, but what’s summertime without some sort of indulgence?
And with the growing craft beer scene in BC, there’s a lot to indulge in. Here are some of our top picks.
Coffee 101 – Part 2
Like tastes in perfume or wine, coffee preference is personal. One person's elixir of life could be another person's overroasted swamp water. Knowing the coffee-specific vocabulary that baristas use to describe drinks can help you find coffees you love without getting hung up in matters of opinion.
Coffee 101 – Part 1
Using low-quality coffee beans in a premium coffee system is like putting regular gas in a Maserati: it will work, but it would be doing a disservice to the machine. To produce the ideal espresso, Americano, latte or cappuccino, specialty coffee makers need Specialty Coffee beans.