A few of my own:

Bannock, Two Ways (Epicurious)

Morel Compass (feature on Tyler Gray of Mikuni Wild Foods for Spoonful Magazine) 

10 of Canada's Best--and Most Uniquely Canadian--Restaurants (Food & Wine)

Canada's Top Ten Food Festivals and Foodie Experiences (The Guardian UK)

December at the Sea to Sky Gondola (Destination BC)

The Foodie Traveller in Canada: Glass of Tomato Wine, Anyone? (The Guardian UK)

The Tea Train (FEAST: An Edible Road Trip)

Canadian Bison (The Huffington Post)

The Canadian Carb Trail (BeatRoute Magazine)

Au Pied de Cochon (FEAST: An Edible Road Trip)

Dining with Mr. Harold Cross (365 Days of Dining)

Yukon Cheese and Goat Yogurt Fudge (FEAST: An Edible Road Trip)


And a few kind words from others:

Lindsay Anderson is hands-down the hardest working person I know, and has an infectious and insatiable curiosity to boot. I can't think of anything more fun than breaking bread with her.

Carey Polis
Editor, BonAppetit.com

 

In the writing workshop I teach (I’m a longtime editor and writer at The Atlantic), I saw Lindsay improve from a professional but perhaps overly smooth style to a writer who was spontaneous yet controlled, personal without being annoyingly self-centered, and fresh without ever being clichéd – really impressive and excellent, a word I use very sparingly.

Corby Kummer
Senior Editor, The Atlantic



"....when it comes to bringing food to life, Lindsay knows how to plot, do, and document the process better than anyone we know. She brings heart, enthusiasm, and wit to the process in a way that makes us all want to stop and eat, together.

Taylor Cocalis Suarez
Co-Owner, Good Food Jobs
 

Before I met Lindsay I was a British girl with only a passing interest in food and/or Canada, but her enthusiasm and passion for both is so infectious that I now make trips across cities for the perfect brownie and am browsing flights to Vancouver as we speak.

Lisa Niven
Online Beauty Editor, Vogue UK