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Brileys BBQ & Grill
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Brileys BBQ & Grill
First evening in town so we decided to check out Brileys BBQ & Grill for dinner. It’s been awhile since we’ve had BBQ and you can’t really go wrong in […]
Published at Cherry Bob-Ombs
Food Notes for October 21, 2019
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Food Notes for October 21, 2019
Edmontonians Win Big at National Coffee Competition Two Edmonton-based baristas were recognized at the 2020 Canadian National Brewers Cup in Montreal over the weekend. Organized by the Canadian Chapter of the Specialty Coffee Association, they sanction regional and national-level competitions tha...
Published at Only Here for the Food
Weekend Tea
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I’ve walked by Weekend Tea several times so after squash, we decided to check them out. They specialize in fruit teas using real fruit. It’s a few steps away from […]
Published at Cherry Bob-Ombs
Olde Towne Beverly Dining Week Returns, October 17-25, 2019
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For a second straight year, the Beverly Business Improvement Area has partnered with Wild Heart Collective to organize the Olde Towne Beverly Dining Week. The event runs from October 17-25, 2019, and will highlight some of the diverse cuisines that can be found in this east end neighbourhood. The...
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Fat’s Fried Chicken & Waffles
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Fat’s Fried Chicken & Waffles was on our Seattle friend’s list of places to try. It’s located right beside Cherry Street Thai and Zagol Ethiopian. Sign outside. Hours. Closed on […]
Published at Cherry Bob-Ombs
Schilling Cider House
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Schilling Cider House
Our last stop of the evening was at Schilling Cider House. Always down to try another cider spot in town. Sign outside. We dropped in on a Friday evening (around […]
Published at Cherry Bob-Ombs
Edmonton Tourist: The Moth Cafe
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I had a date with one of my favourite humans. We get together sporadically and explore the city. Our plan was to visit the art walls of Edmonton that are popping up all over the place but first, we needed (?) wanted (?) desired coffee. The Moth is a plant-based cafe located at 9449 Jasper […]
Published at Musings of The Edmonton Tourist
Taqueria El Sabor
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Taqueria El Sabor
Every time we come down for a visit, we have to try a Mexican spot. Taqueria El Sabor was close by to our hotel so we decided to check them […]
Published at Cherry Bob-Ombs
Tandoori Oven
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Tandoori Oven
N was craving Indian food so I picked a few spots that looked good and let her choose from there. She opted for Tandoori Oven which is across the street […]
Published at Cherry Bob-Ombs
Food Notes for October 14, 2019
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Food Notes for October 14, 2019
First Time Competitor Wins Great Kitchen Party Canada’s Great Kitchen Party held their annual fundraiser and food competition in Edmonton on Saturday. Nine chefs vied for gold, and a newcomer to the contest topped the podium. Competitions are held in a dozen cities across the country, with procee...
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Pie
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It is a big weekend here in Canada. Most people will celebrate Thanksgiving, and by celebrate, I mean eat turkey and pie. I invited my parents to join us for Thanksgiving dinner back in September. They are continuing their adventures overseas and are currently in France somewhere near Versailles....
Published at Musings of The Edmonton Tourist
Food Notes for October 7, 2019
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Food Notes for October 7, 2019
Beverly Dining Week Returns for a Second Year The Beverly Business Improvement Area and Wild Heart Collective are bringing Beverly Dining Week back for a second year. Running from October 17-25, 2019, the event highlights restaurants in the northeast Edmonton neighbourhood located on 118 Avenue b...
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Wine + Food + Travel = A Really Great Trip!
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When I ask people about if they’ve had any Italian wine, the first two answers they give are Chianti and Prosecco. And when visiting, most have gone, and/or had tours set up to Tuscany, Rome and of course Venice. Tuscany, … Continue reading →
Published at Joy of Wine
Something about the culinary culture of Laos
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The economy is still poor based mainly on forests and the Mekong River, but with its efforts, the life of the Laos people is increasing. Coming to Laos is coming to the land of Buddhism, which has the highest ratio of temples to population in the world with a total of 1,400 temples. The temple &#...
Published at wine + dine
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