Flavours of the West Coast
Flavours of the West Coast is an entertaining food and travel series, hosted by Chefs Steve Walker-Duncan and Ali Ryan, and focusing on local, sustainable, and organic cuisine, and travel around the most beautiful province in Canada.
Cedarwood productions created Flavours of the West Coast in 2010, and produced 3 very successful seasons (40 episodes!). We are currently working on season 4, scheduled to premiere on CHEK in October 2016. This year you will be able to find out all about the latest foodie hot spots and fascinating food stories in the Comox Valley, Creston, Duncan, Grand Forks, Hope, Nanaimo, Nelson, Richmond, Squamish, Ucluelet, Vancouver, and Victoria. Wow – we’re in for a treat!
Like our recipes? You can buy the book! The Flavours of the West Coast cookbook is the winner of the 2011 Gourmand International Cookbook Award in the “Best Local Cuisine” category. Divided into tasty sections—River and Sea, Forest and Field, Farm Fresh, and City Cuisine—the pages are filled with photos and recipes by talented foodies and chefs who all have one thing in common: a love of fresh, locally inspired cuisine and a desire to share that love with the at-home cook.
Including recipes from British Columbia’s top restaurateurs, chefs, and foodies, the cookbook aims to support the farmers, chefs, and food producers who make the local food scene possible.
Click Here to see how you can get your hands on a copy.
Click Here to watch past episodes of Flavours of the West Coast.
Flavours of the West Coast was made possible by the generous support of
and also Camosun College Culinary Arts Programme, The Victoria Pub Co., GFS and BC Ferries, all great local companies.
I think you have a GREAT programme, I look forward to it every Sunday. All involved are so professional and the guests are always a delight to watch.
Sincerely, Helen Bruce, Saltspring
I love the show and get excited with the new recipes and how well they are presented and to see the well known participants try their hand and to see how pleased they are with themselves. Thank you.
Absolutely love ‘Flavours’ – really good format linking interesting places, heritage, food production and a very engaging chef/ presenter. WELL DONE!
Julie and Andy Sprague.
“Richmond was my favourite so far! We are loyal followers of the show and my husband eagerly anticipates the wine segments!”
Brenda Gough, Abbotsford.
Hello. Just a quick note to let you know how much we enjoy the show. The host, the format, the recipes, and the pairings – it’s all great. Thanks. We hope to see many more new episodes!”
Gary and Caroline Smith, Victoria
Great show!!! I almost fell off my chair with laughter watching Steve doing the “sound of Music” dance. Well done!!
Wade Zeiler, Smithers