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WINNER: Hunter Browns Wins Best Food Product (Savoury) from Vancouver Magazine's Made in Vancouver Awards!

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Hunter Browns is thrilled to WIN the Made in Vancouver Awards 2020: Best Food (Savoury) Product Category. Vancouver Magazine’s Made in Vancouver Awards spotlight the city’s best homegrown goods!

From Vancouver Magazine:

There’s a special rung high on the ladder for creators who produce something that heretofore you never knew you needed. Case in point: brown butter cubes. Anyone who’s picked up a cookbook, clicked on Epicurious or tuned into the Food Network will instantly recognize the conundrum: a given recipe just casually mentions brown butter as an ingredient. You know, no biggie. So, fine. Add 10 minutes to the recipe and another pan (and possibly a strainer) to the wash pile. And that’s assuming you don’t take your eyes off said pan for 20 seconds to find the entire batch has turned to black butter. Or, you can open this bag from Hunter Browns, drown in a cube and be done with it in five seconds. Seriously. Add the nutty richness to a simple pasta, give complexity to shortbread or supercharge a risotto all in the time it takes to open your fridge. Vancouver’s Hunter Browns is the first company to shortcut the path from pedestrian to gourmet. Game. Changer.

Congratulations to all our fellow nominees, finalists, honourable mentions and winners!

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