Tags » Eat My Words !

Canadian Food Championships announce categories for competition July 21 to 25

The Canadian Food Championships has just announced seven competition categories in which chefs and amateur food lovers alike can compete for over $50,000 in cash and prizes – plus a berth to represent Team Canada at the… 285 more words

Eat My Words

Westin chef Ryan O'Flynn wins big at Gold Medal Plates championship in Kelowna

In an Edmonton first, a local chef has ascended the podium to win the gold medal in the prestigious Gold Medal Plates championship held in Kelowna over the weekend. 262 more words

Eat My Words

Oh, you're going to like this. Bid for Best Valentine's Day ever at the Muttart Conservatory

Culina and the Muttart Conservatory are playing Cupid with a Valentine’s Day event called Romancing the Pyramid. For one night only, Friday, February 13, six, and only six, private tables will be available within the Muttart Conservatory’s exotic tropical pyramid. 139 more words

Eat My Words

The Organic Box strikes home delivery deal with Riverbend Gardens CSA

The Organic Box, the city’s first organic grocery home delivery service that began five years ago, has expanded its reach. Through a partnership with… 293 more words

Eat My Words

Yvan Chartrand of Bonjour Bakery wins Bakers Journal Business Innovation Award

Bakers Journal is a trade publication that has written about the Canadian baking industry for 70 years. In its next issue (January/February), the magazine’s cover story profiles the work of  169 more words

Eat My Words

Toronto chef Michael Stadtlander named NAIT's 2015 chef-in-residence

Michael Stadtlander has been a force on the Toronto food scene since 1980, when he immigrated to Canada from Germany.

Working with fellow Toronto chef Jamie Kennedy, Stadtlander became renowned for the restaurant, Scaramouche. 194 more words

Eat My Words

Enter to win a contest for a copy of Bistecca chef Sonny Sung's new cookbook, Italian with a Twist

To enter, send an e-mail to livingwell@edmontonjournal.com. Put Italian with a Twist in the subject line and put your day time contact information in the body of the e-mail. 33 more words

Eat My Words