Mile One Eating House Blog

Mile One owners purchase historic cattle ranch in the Chilcotins

"The idea is to grow the production side and do something we're really passionate about" says Randy Jones on the purchase of the historic 259-hectare cattle ranch in the Hanceville-Alexis Creek area that will eventually help feed the hungry patrons of Pemberton's beloved Mile One Eating House. read more

Posted January 31, 2017

What? Closed on Mondays AND Tuesdays? You Read It Right.

Here’s our Updated Manifesto, explaining How the Rules of Our Table Are Evolving  read more

Posted May 22, 2016

The Roots of a Growing Food Story

When we first started Mile One Eating House, Pemberton had in-your-face mountains, forests and raw adventure, but it’s foodie culture wasn’t quite so obvious. read more

Posted December 16, 2015

How to Tame Mile One's Famous Wild & Tame Mac 'n Cheese Yourself

Our Wild & Tame mac’n’cheese is a little tamer than it used to be. But we’re still happy to share the recipe. The dish was featured on You Gotta Eat Here, when John Catucci and crew descended and turned our restaurant into a busy film studio for a day, and recently shared in the Pique, when Cathryn Atkinson chatted to Randy about the new Market space. So, ICYMI, and have a craving… read on. read more

Posted June 30, 2015

Why It Took 4 Years to Put A Salmon Burger on Our Menu

In January 2015, Mile One Eating House added a Salmon burger to our burger line-up. Made with Ocean-Wise endorsed, sustainably farmed, Lois Lake Steelhead, it meets our criteria for scrupulously sourced ingredients - even if it is a "salmon" with a slight identity crisis. Chef Randy Jones explains. read more

Posted February 07, 2015

Wild Pacific Smoked Albacore Tuna Chowder

Chef Randy Jones of Mile One Eating House shares his recipe for Wild Pacific Smoked Albacore Tuna Chowder with Sauteed BC Mushrooms and finished with an Arugula Pesto and a Crisp Pemberton Potato Chip. read more

Posted November 28, 2014

A Change of Culinary Seasons

A Change of Culinary Seasons; something special happens in the Coast Mountains, a transformation of sorts, a step back in time but the calendar says we are moving forward. read more

Posted October 30, 2014

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