Scrambled Egg Tortilla

Here’s the last in our series of posts from recent culinary school graduate, Emily Caulfield. Hopefully we can twist her arm and get her to do more recipes for us in the future! We’re really lucky to have a chef on our Brunchcouver team. Today’s recipe goes south of the border…. ever made your own […]

Morning Oatmeal #vegan

Today, we feature another recipe from our recent culinary school graduate, Emily. This recipe for morning oatmeal is incredibly healthy, and will fill you up before a big day at work, or if you have an exam or presentation to give and have to be on your game. This, my friends, is some winning oatmeal. […]

Gratinee of Artichoke (Benny)

A brunch outing might quite possibly be my favourite kind of outing. I can spend days, even weeks, looking forward to my next one. Wouldn’t you agree that there is something so magical about waking up, realizing it is not a work day, and that all you have to do is gear up for a get-together that […]

Mother’s Day Brunch: Glazed Pork Belly Pancakes with Maple-Whiskey Sauce

It’s Mother’s Day this weekend, and no one really wants to wait in endless long lineups just to treat their mom to brunch. Instead, make her this restaurant-worth brunch at home brought to you by our bruncher (and recent culinary school graduate), Emily Caulfield: Glazed Pork Belly Pancakes with Maple-Whiskey Sauce Braised Belly Lean Pork […]

LIFT Bar and Grill

I’ve said it before and I’ll hungrily say it again: LIFT Bar and Grill  is one of my favourite places to go for brunch. Simply put, it’s just got all the right things going on: a great location, mouth-watering menu items, fantastic locally roasted coffee (I dare you to have just one cup) and an always-happy-to-help group of staffers. Over the past year, I’ve dined there numerous times […]

Danica’s Cafe

Originally posted on Prevail Prevail. Boy, do I have a great new brunch spot to share with you: Danica’s Cafe.  It’s a charming room located on Beatty, one of my favourite downtown Vancouver streets. You might recognize the 556 address as the old Café Medina, and neighbour of the always fantastic Chambar restaurant. Fans of the previous popular […]


Originally published on The Fat Pigs. I love the idea of having Sunday brunch somewhere on Robson Street. Not only is there a piggy-promise of dessert before noon, but there is the potential of a shopping spree post feast! So with a spring in my step, and a little play money in my purse, I […]