MEDIA

Karen Anderson- CBC Calgary & City Palate
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Also  Maclean’s magazine Wine Issue June 2014
www.macleans.ca/society/life/dinner-with-a-view/

Spring 2013
This Spring the infinitely talented Kevin Kossowan paid JRC a visit as we prepared for the National Slow Food  opening nights’ dinner. He made this beautiful clip of us speaking about
Blue eggs and so on... Watch the clip here

September 2013 issue -Western Living Article
Written by the fabulous “Food Girl” Jennifer Cockrall-King, also author of the book Food and the City.  
Click Here to view the article


Watch Dana create a beautiful Ambrosia apple fall salad
youtu.be/OpgJWbyMpCU

JRC named to Readers' Digest list of top 10 must try Canadian Restaurants
travel.ca.msn.com/10-must-try-canadian-restaurants

CBC Radio "The Dish" | December 19
cbc.ca/radiowest/2012/12/19

Wedding Bells Magazine
Here's a link to an beautiful photo spread and article by Ellen Ho, of a wedding that we had the privilege of catering at God's Mountain.
Click Here to view the article.

BC Home Magazine July 2011
A link to a great recipe and photo feature in BC home Magazine.
Click Here to view the article.

Sunset Magazine
"On God's Mountain Estate, out in a vineyard overlooking a shimmering lake, chef-caterers Cameron Smith and Dana Ewart cook and serve simple, beautiful wine dinners using ingredients from the land around them- the lush Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. Although they have no restaurant, their naturally elegant intensely flavoured cooking is helping shape a new regional cuisine in a place that's never been known for great food.
Click Here to read the article

Okanagan Chefs go for Gold! - Remy Scalza
For the chefs of Canada, earning a spot at the Canadian Culinary Championships is a highlight and a milestone in their career. The possibility of winning CCC is the highest honour a Canadian chef can achieve.
Click Here to read the article

Anthony Gismondi, Aug 28, 2010

"If you have a chance to attend any dinner or food-and-wine event that Joy Road Catering is involved in, do not hesitate. Joy Road is the premier catering company in the Okanagan (it could give most Vancouver players a run for their money) focused on local fresh foods and elegant dining in and out of doors."

Global TV

Click here to view Joy Road Catering on Global TV

Western Living Magazine
Joy Road Catering's owners and chefs- Dana Ewart and Cameron Smith were named to Western Living's list of top foodies under 40. This was a great honour for them to be placed amongst a group of sensational talents.
westernlivingmagazine.com

Globe and Mail - Lucy Waverman
"Cameron Smith and Dana Ewart are two enterprising Torontonians who used to work for uber chef Chris McDonald at the former Avalon restaurant. They were attracted to the nascent food and wine scene in the Okanagan and opened Joy Road Catering to showcase the area's food and wine."

"We attended a wine maker's dinner at an eclectic inn called God's Mountain Estate situated on a cliff overlooking Skaha Lake. Dana and Cam matched the exceptional but simple food with very credible wines from Wild Goose Winery."
theglobeandmail.com

National Post - Amy Rosen
"Joy Road Catering Smith and Ewart call their food cuisine du terroir, and with good reason. Tonight's menu begins with home made bread made from organic Canadian wheat and antipasti, including local goat cheese and fresh figs- all of it washed down with Okanagan Blue Mountain Brut."

"And while the couple takes the field-to-table ethos very seriously, their training is just as impressive..."
nationalpost.com/related/links/story.html?id=1083893

North Shore News - Deana Lancaster
"For years I've harboured a secret fantasy..."
canada.com/northshorenews

City Food - Rhonda May
"If eating alfresco is the key- then the hottest dinner ticket all summer long
was a seat at one of Cameron and Dana's Sunday dinners on God's Mountain….
issuu.com/cityfood

Globe and Mail - Alexandra Gill - Side Dish
"....some of the best country cooking, in Penticton"
theglobeandmail.com