The team

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Scott Graham ^sg

I’m the head lunch eater/editor/publisher/glutton of What’s For Lunch BC. I like Scotch, cigars, craft beer, good food and long walks on the beach. I wear glasses made of wood for the sole purpose of starting conversations and I fix elevators for money. This blog is my “I wish it was my full time job” job. I have a wife, a daughter and a large dog who has horrible breath. My culinary experience includes stints at A&W and Dairy Queen in High School and one memorable day of catering with The Roaming Dragon. This is why I’m an “expert”.

Rochele Potter ^R

Sometimes I’m inventing food, sometimes I’m eating it, but let’s agree that food is awesome and it should be shared. My name is Rochele and I was the very first What’s for Lunch BC intern, now a full blown, blogger and Twitter master. I love to cook and bake and I’m always searching for tasty, uncomplicated recipes. At the age of ten, my mom made me responsible for planning and executing one family dinner a week. It gave me a profound sense of creativity and I’ve never looked back. I appreciate food and when I find something good (or bad), I want to share it with you.

Bragging rights: my Yorkshire pudding/pop-overs always rise. The secret  is to put a small amount of bacon fat in each cup, and put it in the oven at 450F until it is nearly smoking (between 3-5 mins) then add the batter. You’re welcome.

PS- Strawberry ice cream is where it’s at. This will be a recurring theme, you can count on it.

11 responses to “The team

  1. Speking of cheese. Carmelised Ognion cheddar at The Roadhouse bakery/Deli. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOOOOOD.

  2. I just wanted to say I love reading your posts (and looking at the pictures!) Your writing really helps me better imagine the food you’re having and has given me a better image of how I can improve my food writing. Next time I’m in Canada, I’ll be sure to take a look at the places you mentioned.

    PS The picture of the giant burger is a big plus in my book. 😉

  3. Fred Flintstone

    Didn’t somebody shrink wrap you to a bench one time?

  4. wow…just stumbled upon your site and is it ever negative! 3 of 4 articles currently on your opening page start with something like, “normally, i love this, but today they shit the bed.”

    i love that you’re trying to do a food blog about your experiences, but constant negative critics are really difficult to read.

    where’s the discussion of flavour, presentation, etc.

    It’s easy to be negative.

    • Thanks for your comments I really appreciate that you’ve taken the time to read my blog. If you look a little further past the opening page you will see that over all I have really enjoyed most places I have been, just on a bit of a bad streak right now.

      A few weeks ago I was wondering if I would get a comment that I was too positive! That’s life I guess. I tell it like it is and if the food is not good then I say it’s not good. I hope you continue reading and if you live in or are planning on visiting Vancouver that I can help you find somewhere really great to eat.

      Thanks again.

      Scott.

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