Oct 27th, 2012
Something relatively new to the Comox Valley are food carts. Darren Howlett, a local business man, needing a new challenge, decided that building a food cart and focusing on serving sushi. The inherent challenges of setting up a kitchen in a small space, plus having the ability to keep that space up to the requirements of the health inspectors made this project a little more difficult than originally anticipated. After working a few events with Kamma Bento, Darren is excited by the positive feedback of his new endeavor. Thanks for sharing your story Darren, we hope to sample your sushi soon.
Crown Isle 11th annual Wine Festival November 3rd. Stay tuned to Edible Valley for more information.
North Island Junior Chef competition November 19th
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