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Okanagan Eats: Signature Chefs' Recipes from British Columbia's Wine Valleys

by Dawn Postnikoff (Author), Joanne Sasvari (Author) A collection of more than 70 signature recipes from the Okanagan Valley's best chefs, restaurants, cafes, bakeries and wineries. The Okanagan, Similkameen and Thompson Valleys in British Columbia are known to produce some of the most outstanding wines in the world. But the region is also emerging as an exciting culinary scene. Inspired by the Interior's organic farming and sustainable agriculture, the region's chefs are quietly bringing world-class techniques to the table, taking the golden beets, tomatillos, wild mushrooms, haskap berries and everything that grows so abundantly in every micro-season and transforming it into the kind of meals that would tickle a food critic's palate. Okanagan Eats is a deep dive into this dynamic food region where locality is the name of the game. From a summer heirloom gazpacho to wine-braised short ribs, an orchard salad to a decadent brownie trifle, there is something delicious to suit every taste. While the recipes are chef-driven, they are intended for home cooks and designed to be uncomplicated and fuss-free. Each recipe includes a suggested drink pairing, reflecting the spirit of collaboration championed by the community. Baked Brie with Haskap-Jalapeno Jam pairs beautifully with Fitzpatrick Family Vineyard's Fitz Cremant sparkling wine. Duck and Waffles for Sunday brunch is made more decadent accompanied by Hillside Winery's Syrah. And for the Big Ole Yorkie Bowl, Crannog Ales's Back Hand of God Stout is the only way to go. Okanagan Eats aims to bring the culinary traditions of this flourishing scene to greater prominence - where food is fresh and delicious, and wine is bountiful.

Delivery/Pickup Locations

- Cawston @ Klippers Marketplace & Cafe (625 MacKenzie Rd) | Pick up during business hours Please note that we will need at least two days to prepare most orders. Please include when you will be pickng up your order in the order notes.
-- May to October -- Saturdays - Trout Lake Farmer's Market | | 9 AM - 2 PM - West End Farmer's Market | P| 9 AM - 2 PM Sundays - Kitsilano Farmer's Market | 10 AM - 2 PM *Order deadline: Thursday evening
-- July to October -- Wednesdays - Chilliwack at Restorative Health | 8 AM - 5:30 PM - Langley at Community Host Location | 9 AM - 7 PM - North Vancouver at United Strangers Coffee | 11 AM - 4 PM - Vancouver at Community Host Location | 12 PM - 8 PM - Burnaby at Community Host Location | 1 PM - 8 PM *Order deadline: Monday evening **We will provide 'Community Host' addresses upon purchase
-- July to October -- Thursdays - Osoyoos at Community Host Location | 10 AM - 7 PM - Oliver at Black Sage Butcher | 12 PM - 5:30 PM - Penticton at Tin Whistle Brewing | 12 PM - 6 PM - Summerland at Community Host Location | 1 PM - 7 PM - Kelowna at Tantalus Vineyards | 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM *Order deadline: Monday evening **We will provide 'Community Host' addresses upon purchase
$200 order minimum for home delivery. Home delivery is only available for addresses in the following communities: - Keremeos & Cawston - East Vancouver - Kitsilano - North Vancouver - Osoyoos to Penticton *We do not provide a door-to-door CSA delivery option *Home delivery days/times will depend on our other days/routes (ie. Lower Mainland on Wednesday or Saturday, Okanagan on Thursday)
-- November to April -- Saturdays - Riley Park Farmer's Market | 10 AM - 2 PM Sundays - Hastings Park Farmer's Market | 10 AM - 2 PM *Order deadline: Thursday evening
-- June to October-- Saturdays - North Vancouver at United Strangers Coffee (2740 Mt. Seymour Parkway) | 10 AM - 4 PM ***No baked goods or pastries are to be delivered to United Strangers Coffee in North Van

Payment Info

Credit card (secure online payment) or e-transfer are both acceptable forms of payment for most orders. E-transfer is preferred! E-transfers must be made within 24 hours of placing your order. Failure to e-transfer within 24 hours of your order will result in order cancellation. E-transfer email address: klippersorganics@gmail.com. Please include your name and/or order number in the e-transfer notes. We are set up for auto-deposit.

Community Supported Agriculture [CSA]

Being a part of our CSA Program is a great opportunity to support your local food system. Some of the benefits of signing up for CSA include shortening the supply chain of your food, eating with the seasons, supporting local regenerative (earth-friendly) agriculture practices, and having access to delicious and nutrient-dense product.

Contact Us

See above for pick up locations near you.
Our address
625 MacKenzie Rd, Cawston, BC
Open hours (subject to change)
Daily 7:00 AM — 5:00 PM