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Blue Plate Diner opens door for breakfast weekday mornings

The new plan for breakfast at the 104 St. staple sees doors open for the most important meal of the day between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 140 more words

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Cookies crumble over at Cookie Love as old store is demolished

The popular cookie store located next to the Glenora Bed and Breakfast, Cookie Love, is closing this weekend. That’s because the iconic building on 102 Ave. 105 more words

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As the days get longer and hotter, our thoughts turn, naturally, to gelato

Gelato is to summer as hot chocolate is to winter, don’t you agree? So you will want to get yourself down to Little Italy’s Zocalo… 99 more words

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Simply Supper donates ready-made suppers May 5 to people who need a helping hand

Monita Chapman, owner of Simply Supper, an Edmonton dinner assembly studio, started a program called Simply Supper Helps last year after enduring a difficult time in her own family. 168 more words

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The Salt Room at Mother's Market - classic taste complements downtown food scene

You may not have heard of chef Tony Krause and  The Salt Room, so be prepared to pay attention. It’s a tiny, new concept, hopefully one that will soon firmly take root and become another regular, lively option on the the YEG food scene. 498 more words

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Finally, something to eat in the river valley as Brad Lazarenko of the Culina Family takes over food at city golf courses

I believe it was the famous Edmontonian, Nellie McClung, who first said….”why can’t you get something decent to eat in the river valley?’

Or maybe she said: “Never retreat, … 466 more words

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Local feta producer, Tiras Dairies of Camrose, wins big at national cheese competition

Every two years, the Dairy Farmers of Canada hosts a gigantic, cross-country cheese contest known as the Canadian Cheese Grand Prix. Cheese made of 100 per cent Canadian milk is judged in 27 different categories and this year, 268 cheese entries were submitted from cheese makers from Prince Edward Island to British Columbia. 505 more words

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