Fernie Food

Taste of Fernie at Local Businesses

The Fernie Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the Taste of Fernie showcasing local Fernie businesses.

Posted by Fix on Nov 08, 2017

Tanya and Ray of the Blue Toque

Both Tanya and Ray, owners, operators and chefs of the Blue Toque Diner were active in the restaurant business in Calgary for years before they made their way to Fernie to buy The Toque. Tanya for the most part worked the front of the house but just prior to her discovering Fernie worked for a catering company called Redtree where she learned a lot about food and how to prepare it well.

Posted by Anonymous on May 08, 2012

Mary Heavey, Chocolatier at Beanpod

photo by Henry Georgi

Posted by Anonymous on Apr 24, 2012

Fernie Nacho Tour - The Parkplace Pub

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A group of Fernie residents decided to head out this winter and try all the nachos on offer in Fernie to discover who has the best nachos! Using the same criteria to judge each plate, the Parkplace Pub is the third stop on the tour and so far they have received the best rating!

Nacho Criteria and Point System: 1-5 ( 5 best)
Taste. 3.5
Amount of cheese 5 (double layered)
Sides included 4 (guac/sour cream/salsa)
Quality of sides 3.5
Toppings 3

19/25

Posted by admin on Mar 12, 2012

Fernie Nacho Tour - El Guapo

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A group of Fernie residents decided to head out this winter and try all the nachos on offer in Fernie to discover who has the best nachos! Using the same criteria to judge each plate, El Guapo is the second establishment they hit up.

El Guapo

Taste 4
Amount of cheese (double layered) 3
Three sides included (guac/sour cream /salsa) 4
Quality of sides 3
Toppings 4

18/25

Posted by admin on Feb 22, 2012

Keshab Sapka: Head Chef at Mountain Tandoor

If you have ever eaten at Mountain Tandoor at the Stanford Inn then you know that it is authentic Indian cuisine.

Posted by Anonymous on Jan 31, 2012

Mark Butcher - Rib-Eye with Rosemary & Blue Cheese Compound

Mark has been cooking professionally for over ten years and is equally serious about his lifestyle and work. After bartending to support his ski bum lifestyle, he thought he’d try his hand in the kitchen. Inspired by a number of chefs along the way he decided to get his chef certificate at George Brown College in Toronto before diving into a life in the mountains which has included a lot of cooking (Lizard Creek Lodge, Island Lake Lodge, Bulldogs and now Picnic) and a lot of skiing. When I met Mark he was adamant about sharing some simple yet crucial tips regarding grilling meats.

Posted by Anonymous on Jul 25, 2011
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