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Local photographer Curtis Comeau launches exhibit on YEG food culture at Shaw Conference Centre

Edmontonians may know Curtis Comeau from his stunning food photos in Avenue magazine. Now fans of the local photographer have the chance to see a collection of his work, bigger and better, in a new exhibit called… 188 more words

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Watch for new mobile Cheesecake Cafe cart at French Quarter Grand Market and elsewhere

Of the many wonderful innovations of modern times – laser eye surgery, Shazam – there is nothing to top cheesecake on a stick.

So I was more than a little gleeful to discover that the locally based restaurant chain, … 127 more words

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Col. Mustard, killed in the kitchen, with a sewer pipe

After hoping for more than two-and-a-half years to re-open their popular 124th St. restaurant, co-owners Carla and Brad Pipella of Col. Mustard’s Canteen have opted to step away from the dining room. 380 more words

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Taste Alberta and 124 Grand Market launch farm tours with gourmet lunch

Every so often, you need to go into the country and see a pig. Grab that chance while you can on July 12, when Taste Alberta… 197 more words

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Pop up coffee cart, Nomad Espresso, brings good brew to you

Independent coffee shops with specialty brews are springing up throughout the core of the city, but you’ve got to go to them.

Now, a local entrepreneur will come to you with top-notch coffee choices, setting up his pop-up cafe in your office, shop or business incubator. 225 more words

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Chefs cooking with almost leftovers at Earth's General Store pop-up on Friday, June 26

The oddest things get me excited, including getting an extra week out of my pedicure, not having just washed my car when it rains, and listening to the quiet hum of my dishwasher.  421 more words

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Dutch Delicious baker qualifies for prestigious baking contest in Paris, along with NAIT colleagues

Elien de Herdt, a 20 year-old graduate of NAIT’s one-year baking program, is on Baking Team Canada, along with other NAIT baking stars, including Alan Dumonceaux (chair of NAIT’s Baking program), technical advisor Clayton Folkers (NAIT Baking instructor), and artistic showpiece competitor James Holehouse (a graduate of the NAIT Baking apprentice). 204 more words

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