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By: Only Here For The Food  09-12-2011
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Only Here for the Food » bakeries

This guest post was written by Mack, an Edmonton-based geek who fancies himself a part-time foodie. You can find him online at his blog, and on Twitter. Last month, I spent a day down in Calgary at mesh west. It was a very quick down-in-the-morning and back-in-the-evening kind of trip, but I was under strict [..]

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09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » Edmonton

Although the official City-proclaimed “Shop Local Month” ended yesterday, I think today marks the unofficial kick off to the real holiday scramble – all leading up to, of course, December 23, the busiest shopping day of the year. So as I have for the previous two years, I thought I would ask some local personalities. Only Here for the Food» Edmonton.


09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » notes

The Royal Bison takes place this coming weekend, November 26-27, 2011, with catering provided by Culina. If the crowds at Make It were any indication, I think people are seriously getting ready for Christmas. That wasn’t the only opportunity to get locally-produced and handmade crafts. On to this week’s food notes: Moriarty’s is hosting.


09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » wine

One of the Citadel Theatre’s premiere fundraising events, the California Wine Fair boasts over 300 wines and food catered by the Shaw Conference Centre, all for the price. I know you’ve seen it, just as I have – the bold, back-page ad in The Tomato advertising the California Wine Fair, now in its thirteenth year.


09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » restaurants

Even as the seasons are changing, enthusiasm for food trucks in Edmonton continues. The truck that is propelling that momentum into autumn isn’t really a truck at all. Chris Delaney, owner of Big City Sandwich, will be launching his truck in May 2012. Only Here for the Food» restaurants.


09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » holidays

Although the official City-proclaimed “Shop Local Month” ended yesterday, I think today marks the unofficial kick off to the real holiday scramble – all leading up to, of course, December 23, the busiest shopping day of the year. So as I have for the previous two years, I thought I would ask some local personalities. Only Here for the Food» holidays.


09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » food

I’d heard tell that churches across town regularly served up perogies to the carb-starved masses, but I’d never attended one of these pyrohy suppers myself. After work, a few of my coworkers headed to St. John’s Cultural Centre, within walking distance of the office, to stuff ourselves silly. Only Here for the Food» food.


09-12-2011

Only Here for the Food » opera

When I purchased an Edmonton Opera Explorers’ Club membership last year, my intention was to use it to see Stewart Lemoine’s take on HMS Pinafore and nothing else. After thoroughly enjoying that operetta, to really maximize the membership fee, I thought it best to use my discount towards the last opera of the year, Verdi’s. Only Here for the Food» opera.