Pulled pork is sweeping the world by storm, filling countless menus with its often sweet and savoury and flaky, tender morsels. A versatile menu item, it can stand alone with some barbecue sauce and Brussels sprouts or fill a sandwich topped with tangy coleslaw. However you serve it, pulled pork always hits the spot.[Image credit: iStock.com/Lauri Patterson]
The new “it” food, cauliflower is a versatile vegetable that beautifully absorbs particularly spicy flavours like curries and chilies, making it an excellent appetizer in bothIndian and Mexican cuisine. But it’s starchiness also lends it the ability to replace potatoes as a healthier but equally tasty alternative to fries. Edmonton’s cauliflower dishes are standout selections worth trying. [Image credit: iStock.com/vm2002]
What is it about fried chicken that’s so good, so great, so unbelievably satisfying? Is it the satisfying crunch that comes from a deliciously battered,flawlessly seasoned and perfectly fried bite? Oh that juicy, flaking chicken enrobed in that heavenly crust! Edmonton has a pretty fabulous fried chicken scene, so checkout these restaurants to get your fix. [Image credit: iStock.com/rebeccafondren]
Salads can often be the least appealing menu items and the absolute last thing you want to order in a restaurant. But Edmonton has some fantastic salad offerings that won’t just please your palate but will have you coming back for salads again and again. [Image credit: iStock.com/Sarsmis]
Whether you call it flatbread or pizza, one thing is true – it’s delicious! It may be matter of semantics, or perhaps just whether the dough is leavened or not. These are the top spots to find your flatbread/pizza fix in Edmonton. [Image credit: iStock.com/LauriPatterson]
Looking to add variety to your meal? Consider the under-rated but delicious fish sandwich. Though Edmonton may be far from the ocean, there are plenty of options for those in search of a pescatarian-approved meal! This list serves up the best options for salad-style, deep-fried and grilled fish sandwiches. [Image credit: iStock.com/Lauri Patterson]
While your kids may beg to differ, McDonald’s can get monotonous after awhile. Is it too much to ask for a dining option that satisfies both parent and child? Absolutely not! These Edmonton restaurants serve up delicious grown-up dishes, while also keeping the kiddos smiling. From mac and cheese to bento boxes, Edmonton has so much more to offer than another happy meal! [Image credit: iStock.com/bhofack2]
On July 14, more than 3,000 athletes, coaches and officials from across Alberta will arrive in Leduc for the Alberta Summer Games. Competitors, ranging in age from 11 to 17 years old, will participate in 14 different sports at the Leduc Recreation Centre. Whether you’re a spectator or one of more than 2,000 volunteers visiting the city, you can find delicious eats at these local restaurants. [Image credit: iStock.com/ALLEKO]
Hummus, a blend of chickpeas and tahini, is an iconic Mediterranean dish that pretty much everyone needs to experience. It’s almost always paired with fresh pita bread and explosive flavour. So, if you want to find a literal slice of the Mediterranean but can’t escape the city, make your way to any of the places on this list and let your taste buds take their dream vacation. [Image credit: iStock.com/Anna Pustynnikova]
Edmonton is home to an eclectic mix of independent and chain restaurants, with more new spots opening monthly. So far, 2016 has seen many popular chefs strike out on their own with a signature restaurant, as well as a surge in popularity for ramen and Korean cuisine. These are all the fresh restaurants I'm looking forward to trying in 2016. [Image credit: iStock.com/billnoll]
You could go on a date this weekend. Or, you could always reconnect with your bad self and your bad habits – cheese, dough and all the fixings. Pizza is constant love, and even though it’s perfect for sharing, sometimes its best served as a single, perfect triangle for one. Here’s a list of hidden gems and joints in the city that dish out pizza by the slice (or two!). [Image credit: iStock.com/Burwell and Burwell Photography]
Smoking – food, that is – is on the rise. Smoke from fruit woods like cherry and apple and hard woods like maple and oak enhance the flavour of meats – think brisket, ribs and salmon – but it’s also used increase the flavour profile of cheeses, vegetables and cocktails.  Many of Edmonton’s best restaurants are utilizing this cooking technique to offer patrons a unique flavour experience. [Image credit: iStock.com/tycoon751]
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