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Shining Bright From Lower Mainland dance studios to Vegas and Hollywood, a homegrown talent's star is on the rise

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contents VOLUME 7 • ISSUE 2 • SUMMER 2013

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6 Chef Tina Fineza takes her skill to the streets, teaming up with Roaming Dragon with delicious results.

12 COVER STORY: From humble beginnings to the bright lights of Hollywood, Coquitlam native Melena Rounis has the career of her dreams. Cover photo by Adam Silversmith.

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24 So long, sprinklers and bocce balls,

Indulge is cranking up the fun with exciting backyard entertainment ideas.

16 It's a beautiful day for a carnival date!

28 Wine columnist John Schreiner

22 Discover the adventures that await

31 Check out iSociety for a look at

Join us as we flaunt some hot summer fashions during a fun day at Playland. right here in the Lower Mainland as we take a summer stay-cation.

shares his picks for the B.C. wineries where visitors have the most fun. what's been going on – and what's coming up – in the Fraser Valley.

From the editor Melissa Smalley

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hat do you do for fun?’ It’s a question you’ve probably been asked more than a few times – whether socializing with new neighbours or making conversation on a first date. With the busy lives we all lead, it can be difficult to find the time to indulge in activities that we truly love – things that make you feel giddy with excitement, unable to hide your child-like joy. If you had asked me a few years ago what my idea of fun is, my answer would likely have included a night out on the town with my best girlfriends, a spur-of-the-moment road trip to an out-of-town music festival or a sunny softball tournament, complete with burgers and plenty of beer. Now, my most entertaining days are spent chasing a giggling toddler around our backyard, watching her reaction as I introduce her to life’s wonders. It never ceases to amaze me how, in just a few short years, one’s priorities and hobbies can change so dramatically. While I’ll admit, on occasion I do miss those carefee days of late-night parties and spontaneous adventures, I would gladly

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take a few rounds of Ring Around the Rosie over a night of dancing at a club any day. Just in time for summer, we’ve put together a delightfully fun-filled issue of Indulge to celebrate the things that bring us the most joy. We chat with a homegrown dancer who has followed her dream and found no shortage of success. Nothing says outdoor fun like a summer picnic – our food writer Jason McRobbie catches up with one of Vancouver’s most popular food trucks and the talent behind its delectable dishes. Check out our fashion pages for a look at some sexy summery styles, perfect for an afternoon date at the fair. If you’re looking to stay local this summer, we share our picks for best tourist attractions in the Lower Mainland. Brilliant backyards and wine tour highlights round out our coverage of how to have the most fun in the sun this year. We hope you enjoy our summer Indulge – here’s to beautiful weather and plenty of fun.

Publisher Rita Walters publisher@indulgemagazine.ca Managing Editor Lance Peverley managingeditor@indulgemagazine.ca Editor Melissa Smalley editor@indulgemagazine.ca Creative Services Manager Jim Chmelyk creativeservices@indulgemagazine.ca Contributors Alfonso Arnold • Kristyl Clark Robyn Jenkins • Grant McAvoy Jason McRobbie • John Schreiner Indulge is published four times annually by Black Press Suite 200 2411 160 Street Surrey, BC V3S 0C8 Tel: 604-575-5321 Fax: 604-531-7977 www.indulgemagazine.ca Distributed free to select households in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Paid subscriptions available. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited. The publisher is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts or photographs.


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treet food has been enjoyed pretty much the world over since, well, since there have been streets. While late in catching on in Vancouver, the pilot program has been proven and the wheels hit the road a few years back. While the metaphor might appear mixed, a far greater diversity exists amongst some of the most mobile and memorable meals in Vancouver – all served in minutes with a smile by some truly passionate people. It was in 2010 that the repressive roll-outs of year-round tube steaks and roasted chestnuts was overturned by a city council in full flavour of more diverse and healthier ‘street food’ options. Ever since, gourmet entrepreneurialism has hit the streets and a culinary culture a la ‘carts’ and food trucks been born. With the addition of 15 new food-cart vendors in May 2013, there are now 115 upwardly mobile lunchtime options on the menu. Moreover, with menu options globally inspired and locally sourced in many cases, Vancouver has been named the third-best street food city in North America by Travel + Escape. Top tasting notes in that category go to Portland, Ore., where nearly 500 food carts are at your service, many of them gathered into “pods” – a term that makes sense given the West Coast locale and nature of the operations themselves. Gathered in pods, there is not only strength in numbers – there is choice. One red, one blue: Gourmet Syndicate co-owners Jason Apple and Jory Simkin get by just fine with a pod of two in the heart of Vancouver’s core at the corner of Georgia and Thurlow – albeit two of the most acclaimed and creative food trucks on the map. With their first, The Roaming Dragon, Apple helped vanguard street food in Vancouver with a standout offering of “authentically inauthentic” Pan-Asian cuisine. The second vehicular venture for Gourmet Syndicate – Vij’s Railway Express – was a hit before it touched the road. If you are going to run a curry truck, there is really no better restaurateur to have standing behind the menu than Vancouver’s Vikram Vij. Apple wisely pairs the trucks whenever possible. To be able to offer a sufficient array of choice to lure a crowd on rainy days is a definite boon for Apple’s twinned trucks. After all, weather is a factor for any restaurant owner – exponentially more so if those meals are served on wheels. Bringing the right talent to the table has been key to the Gourmet Syndicate strategy. When the much-celebrated Roaming Dragon food truck’s Pan-Asian menu was due for a revamp, Apple turned to a talent who has helped define

small plates in Vancouver for over a decade. “You have to distinguish yourself by being outside the box,” says consulting chef Tina Fineza. “As a street food vendor in any city the only way to succeed is to be the first to do something, being wacky and being friendly. You bring together people from all walks of life, so you have to appeal to the masses.” Growing up in the Philippines, where exotic foods defined everyday life at the family table, Fineza’s finesse with global cuisine was evidenced early – but not her original focus. Only after graduating from university with a film degree, did the big picture reveal itself. Wandering by the Dubrulle Culinary Institute, she witnessed the passion at work in the kitchens, enrolled and never looked back. For nearly two decades, she has been a not-sosecret weapon in top kitchens across Vancouver, including her inaugural stint working with Chefs Rob Feenie and Frank Pabst at Lumiere in 1995. From there, it was on to Star Anise and then Diva at the Metropolitan, before Fineza found a five year fit as chef de cuisine at Bin 942, running strong with one of the most eclectic and enticing menus in Vancouver. Returning from two years of travelling Asia in 2006/2007, she brought her research home and gave it wings with the opening of The Flying Tiger – giving Vancouver its first cutting-edge menu of Asian street food. From that point onward the word was out – Fineza’s flavours punched far above diner’s expectations – and she has since set up shop as one of the city’s most sought after culinary consultants. From Les Faux Bourgeois, Habit and La Taqueria to Commune Cafe, Terra Breads and Baru Latino, her most recent

venture features modern Mediterranean sharing plates at East of Main Cafe. “This is what I want to do now – help people fulfill their dreams,” says Fineza. “Some people want a restaurant. They have a goal and a dream, but they don’t know how to materialize that, so that’s where I come in.” When approached by Apple in 2011, she bit at the opportunity to reignite her passion for Asian street food – with the only stipulation being to stay true to the original concept of “inauthentic authenticity”. The Roaming Dragon might have a fixed location weekdays, but this vanguarding food truck’s menu has always offered a truly globe-trotting experience – truly flavourful and fun food to go. For the revamp, Fineza dug deep with a return to roots that serves up Pan-Asian from every point on the map. Amongst the new favourites on the menu since 2012: Indonesian Beef Rendang Poutine, Malaysian Spicy Chicken Tacos, Chinese Pork Sliders, Vietnamese Sloppy Duck, a Japanese Tuna Tataki Sandwich and the Thai Dragon Burger. Every one of the dishes shine with the spice of a life well-travelled and truly committed to matters of taste. Indulge has three of those recipes to share in this issue, along with a Lychee Basil Lemonade that has been the ultimate thirst-quencher for The Roaming Dragon since the start. With spring well underway and summer’s heat around the corner, it may just hold pole position in your blender for some time. Here are a set of recipes that will either inspire your summer kitchen – or send you searching for the real deal, real quick at The Roaming Dragon. Bear in mind that everything in The Roaming Dragon food truck is freshly prepped offsite and pulled together onsite in a kitchen quite likely far smaller than your own. If your pantry is needing an item or two, take a tip from Fineza and plan a visit to Fujiya, T&T or Gourmet Warehouse. i

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Albacore Tuna Tataki Sammy Mini-brioche buns work best for holding this flavourful rarity together, and you should pick up a box of Japanese crackers for added crunch.

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Coat the tuna with the mixture of spice and salt. Add oil to a pan over medium-high heat and sear the tuna – all sides – for no more than two minutes total to ensure a center rare. Slice gently, about ½-inch thickness.

1 Tbsp Togarashi

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Bring to a boil and pour over thinly sliced jalapenos. A great crunch right away, but even better to do this a few days or weeks in advance for full-flavour punch. These will keep for sometime and are always worth having on-hand. To bring it all together: Toast the bottom of the bread, as well as inside. Apply a swipe of Yuzu Masago Mayo on both sides within. Add a nice base of slaw, a drizzle of unagi, a few Japanese crackers, and then pile on a slice or two of the tuna with another dash of the unagi sauce. Put a single piece of

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Unagi Sauce (for tuna) 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 2 cups mirin 1 cup soy sauce 100 g toasted bonito flakes, crumbled 2 cups water 1.5 cups cornstarch 1/8 cup togarashi Mix the water and cornstarch together to create a slurry. In a separate pot, combine both sugars, the mirin and soy sauce; bring to a brief boil, reduce heat and simmer for 8 SUMMER 2013 INDULGE

1 Tsp salt

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2.5 lbs heritage angus “hanging tender” beef, cut in 3” x 2” 5 cups coconut milk 2 cups of rempah (spice paste - see below)

150 g ginger, ground 3 Thai bird’s eye chilis, fresh or pickled 3 cups vegetable oil Combine all in a robocoupe or blender and blend to a smooth paste. 

Aromatics 3 pucks palm sugar 3 sticks cinnamon 4 stalks lemongrass, roots and tops removed, lightly bruised


In a sachet: 12 g star anis, lightly crushed 1/8 cup cloves, ground 1/8 cup cardamom, fresh ground

For final flourish: 2 cups toasted coconut 150 g tamarind paste 10 g kaffir lime leaves, in separate sachet ½ cup soy sauce (to taste) To bring it all together: In a large, heavy bottom pot, sear off the meat on all sides in batches so there is only one layer in the pot. Continue until all meat is seared, then set aside. Add two tablespoons of oil and sauté the rempah (spice paste) on medium heat, being careful not to burn the paste, until fully cooked. Then add the meat back into the pot, along with the coconut milk. Add the palm sugar, cinnamon sticks, lemongrass and the aromatic sachet bag. Bring to a boil and cover. Braise for 2-3 hours at 300 F. Carefully remove cover and check the meat, it should be tender. Now add the toasted coconut, tamarind paste, lime leaves in their sachet and soy sauce to the mixture. Stir gently and return to the oven

for another hour. Remove and let cool to 40 F before ladling atop fries to magical result.

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8 cups lemonade (fresh is always best!) 1 cup lychee (add water from can too) 1 cup fresh basil, julienned Club soda, to taste Add all three ingredients to a blender and let rip to desired texture. Pour into a glass with crushed ice. Recipes contrinued page 11

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s a teenager nearing the end of high school, Melena Rounis was required to meet with a guidance counsellor to discuss her future career plans. When asked what she wanted to do, without hesitation, Rounis said she was going to be a dancer. “That’s nice, dear,” the counsellor replied. “But what are you really going to do?” More than a dozen years later, Rounis laughs as she recalls the career-counselling session. “She told me that dancing was a hobby… I guess she thought I would grow out of it,” Rounis says from her home in North Hollywood, where she’s been living since last fall. It’s a rare afternoon off for the Coquitlam native, who just returned to Los Angeles after adjudicating a dance competition on Vancouver Island and is preparing to fly to Ontario to judge another competition. Just a few weeks earlier, Rounis appeared live on American Idol as a back-up dancer, performing with the top four contestants on the popular reality show. “I guess I had always hoped to be doing this (for a living),” she says, thinking back to the early days of her dancing career. Though she grew up learning traditional Greek dancing with her family, Rounis didn’t start taking classes in a studio environment until she was 10. Over the next few years she would explore a variety of genres – jazz, modern, ballet, tap and musical theatre – finally delving into hip hop at the age of 16. After high school, she attended the dance program at Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts, but before completing the program she booked a dancing gig in Singapore and headed overseas to perform in a high-end nightclub. “I basically started working and have been working ever since,” she says. After a month in Singapore, Rounis returned to Vancouver to work in TV and film, followed by a stint in L.A. taking classes, teaching, working and making connections. In 2007, she returned to Vancouver and teamed up with her best friend to open a dance studio on Commercial Drive in Vancouver. As luck would have it, just a few months after opening the studio, she got an unexpected, life-changing phone call from the producers of Cirque du Soleil’s Love, a popular stage show at the Mirage in Las Vegas. “They called me and said, ‘do you remember when you auditioned for us two years ago?’” she recalls of the offer to join the Vegas cast. Torn between her newly opened business and the opportunity of a lifetime, Rounis’ friend and business partner wouldn’t let her

Taylor James photo pass up the chance. “She told me ‘you can’t not go. You will regret it your whole life.” Rounis spent the next several months working 10 hour days with Cirque, plus spending several hours each week working from home, running the marketing for the dance studio. “It was no fun in the beginning,” she admits, noting she had no time to socialize or explore

her new city. In 2009, her partner bought out her half of the business and Rounis said life became “so much more enjoyable.” “It was so nice to finally have the time to get to know my castmates and check out different places in and around Las Vegas,” she said. “I was able to live my life like a normal person. Well, as normal as you can get in Las Vegas.”

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ummertime and the living is easy, especially when you have a backyard oasis to retreat to after a hard day’s work. However, if you’re looking to do a little more than just grillin’ and chillin’ – perhaps, dial the fun factor up a notch or two – there are endless options for creating a happening outdoor haven that will have your neighbours green with envy. Nowadays, trampolines, bouncy castles and swimming pools are a snore compared to some of the outrageous backyard amusements popping up in homes around the country. All one has to do is stre-e-e-e-tch their imagination as far as it will go for big backyard fun. Of course, a hearty budget and roomy outdoor-

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decade ago, while visiting an Okanagan winery, I was shocked to observe an owner berate four visitors for not buying any of the wines they had tasted. The memory persists because such an ill-mannered attitude is rare. Most winery owners go out of their way to lay out the red carpet. Wine tourists are much more likely to recommend and patronize wineries that they enjoyed visiting. Take Rustico Farm & Cellars, a winery midway between Oliver and Osoyoos. Owner Bruce Fuller, usually dressed in cowboy garb, takes JOHN the stuffiness from wine by serving it in tumblers while cracking jokes. By the time they leave, most visitors have become deputy wine marshals, complete with a star, and are enrolled in the Wine Posse Club entitling them to discounts. Fuller’s strategy is to show visitors such a good time (he even lets them have barbecues at the winery) that they will talk up Rustico’s wines as well as buy them. Rustico is well known for Zinfandel. There is another jolly tasting room at Oliver Twist Estate Winery, just off Black Sage Road, which is why this winery is a favourite stop for many of the wine-tour companies. Founders Bruce and Denice Hagerman infuse the wine shop with their enthusiasm. Bruce never tires of opening screw-capped wine bottles by rolling the caps along his forearm. A visitor once posted a video of this on YouTube. When visitors have fun, they buy wine. Ruby Blues Winery on Naramata Road sells 95 per cent of its wine from its tasting room. To be sure, the wines are very good: the 2012 Gewürztraminer is one of the Okanagan’s best. Ruby Blues is among the wineries still pouring free samples. Owner Prudence Mahrer insists that the only fee she expects from visitors is a smile. She keeps the tasting room ringing with laughter.

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• Children's performer Lindsey Long Legs entertains the crowds at the Surrey Children's Festival.

• U.K. singer Marcus Mumford of Grammy Awardwinning folk/rock group Mumford & Sons performs in front of 25,000 fans at Surrey's Holland Park.

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