Open That Bottle: Ivonne Martinez

Open That Bottle: Ivonne Martinez

By Linda Garson Photography by Ingrid Kuenzel Before privatization, Alberta had 209 liquor stores and about 2,000 products available, but now 25 years later, we have over 1,500 liquor stores, and about 25,000 products that any store can order. “Privatization has been...
Chefs’ Tips and Tricks: Grey Cup Finger Foods

Chefs’ Tips and Tricks: Grey Cup Finger Foods

By Anna Brooks Photography by Ingrid Kuenzel and Dong Kim With Edmonton hosting this year’s Grey Cup game, sports fans have a lot to cheer for this month. And as culinary aficionados, we know the best way to enjoy any kind of sporting event is with great company, a...
What’s New, Alberta?

What’s New, Alberta?

  You won’t recognise the former Delta Lodge at Kananaskis. After an outstanding $36 million renovation, it’s transformed into the impressive Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge. Executive Chef Eric Beaupré oversees the four eateries at the Lodge: The Cedar Room, a fine...
Alberta’s Best Restaurants

Alberta’s Best Restaurants

(At least, according to OpenTable and Canada’s 100 Best) Recently, OpenTable and Canada’s 100 Best rated the 100 best restaurants in Canada– one based on web reviews and one based on food experts’ opinions. Here are the Alberta winners....
New Openings!

New Openings!

There’s finally an end to the dearth of good Jewish food in Edmonton! At 10732 82 Avenue NW, Rooster Café and Kitchen, brings us bagel boards with your choice of topping and salad, bagel Bennies, blintzes, challah French toast and sandwiches, and more. Products from...
New openings in April

New openings in April

Chef Michael Noble has launched his third culinary venture in Calgary, Noble Fare – Catering & Events. Offering customizable menus for any size of event, from corporate celebrations and Stampede events to weddings and cocktail parties, Noble Fare is providing...

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