Protein fuel for the road! Sample delicious Canadian products: Sue’s Jerky and Naramata Wines tastefully made with love at EAT Vancouver Festival 2015…
British Columbians are known for their savvy taste buds, which drive the local producers to keep their creative juices flowing with unique and quality products. This is evident by the some of the delicious artisanal products and wines showcased at the EAT! Vancouver Festival, BC Place Stadium in British Columbia (B.C.), Canada this weekend.
Bite-Size Protein Fuel
They come in handy in the office, on the road or curbing hunger pangs. With different pork and beef flavours, and all tasty, it is hard to decide which would be a favourite. Sue’s Jerky products are nitrite and preservatives free, packed with protein, low in carbohydrates, moist and not a jawbreaker.
Preservatives free, tasty protein snack
The product was first introduced to the world at Expo 86. Thirty years and many travels later, the original family recipes have expanded from one to six flavours – slow roasted pulled pork, crushed ginger, sweet paprika curry, Sichuan pepper, sweet sesame and original spice blend. The company is currently offering a show special: two personal size packs of 40 grams each for CAD$6.00. Made with lean cuts, Sue’s Jerkys also come in sampler and family sizes, and are available at suesjerky.com.
Naramata Bench Wines
Naramata Bench is nestled in the Okanagan (about six hours drive from Vancouver) on the southeasten shore of the Okanagan Lake. The sunny climate is ideal for the cultivation of Merlot, Bordeaux grape varieties as well as the full-body Pinot Gris and Viognier. Once a thriving orchard town, the region is now home to more than 24 boutique wineries that produce some of Canada’s award-winning wines.
Established in 1990, Red Rooster Winery is one of the wineries that have consistently won many awards in competitions within Canada and around the world. Visit the Naramata Beach Winery Association Booth at EAT! Vancouver Festival for a true flavour of B.C. wines tastefully made with of lots love. More information on the wineries, go to naramatabench.com.