Steve Kuan and Clement Chan from Le Tigre Cuisine food truck

Vancouver Foodster’s Food Talks series is now up to edition #7, with many innovative and interesting speakers lined up as usual. This installment of Food Talks is themed Food Trucks: The Business & The Movement, creating discussion and hopefully answering any questions people may have about starting their own food truck. Find out why food trucks are all the rage in our city and throughout North America! Volume 7 will be held at the Electric Owl on Main Street.

Preet Marwaha, Organic Lives founder with Richard Wolak, Vancouver Foodster
[Preet Marwaha, Organic Lives founder with Richard Wolak, Vancouver Foodster]
Richard says, “I created the Food Talks to educate people in our community about the food that they consume, it is about awareness as much as it is about lifestyle”, adding “ the Food Talk is also a social gathering which is more than hearing great people talk about their passion, it is also a chance for the community to meet and mingle and ask questions from our leading panel of experts.”

Meet and mingle with other foodies and hear a group of enlightened speakers from our local food community. To learn about past Food Talk experiences, view my featured coverage here: Volume 1, Volume 2/Volume 3 Info, Volume 4, Volume 5 and Volume 6.

The lineup

Jory Simkin and Jason Apple/Roaming Dragon and Gourmet Syndicate Inc.
Sarb Mund/Soho Road Truck & Food Truck Incubator
Councillor Heather Deal/City of Vancouver
Clement Chan and Steve Kuan/Le Tigre Food Truck
A 5th speaker will be announced soon.

R: Councillor Heather Deal
[R: Councillor Heather Deal at 2012 PuSh Festival Opening Gala, Waldorf Hotel]

Following the talk will be a Q&A where you will have a chance to ask questions and engage with the speakers. There will be a draw for prizes. Wine, beer, cocktails and other beverages will be available for purchase.

Growing Chefs is the designated event charity. A donation of $3 from each ticket purchased will go to support this wonderful organization that educates school children on the food community.

Food Talks Volume 7

Date: Tuesday, April 2, 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Venue: Electric Owl Social Club, 928 Main Street, Vancouver
Tickets: $15 per person (plus Eventbrite fee) online before March 29; $21 after March 29 (11 pm), and at the door.
For detailed speaker information and updates, visit the Food Talks website.

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