Smoothies are an easy way to get extra fruits and veggies in your diet. But don’t let all that healthy stuff fool you, smoothies bring the flavour, from sweet to sour and everything in between. Check out the nutrient-packed smoothies as these shops.
Sandwiches: savoury, succulent, scrumptiousness held together with the best of breads and buns – a good sandwich is incomparable, immeasurable and invaluable. A gourmet sandwich is so much more than mom’s PB&J or a quick baloney and cheese; it’s a beacon of comfort and contentedness. Edmonton has some stellar sandwich offerings –you just need to know where to look.
If the thought of cooking and washing dishes after a long day at work makes you shudder, treat yourself to a delicious takeout meal at one of these Edmonton originals. Some require calling ahead to place your order, while others make your piping hot and fresh meal before your eyes. Bon appétit!
Summertime in Edmonton is one of my favourite parts of the year. There’s never a dull moment. Pretty much every weekend, there’s something to do, or something going on. And, of course, along with these festivals and events comes FOOD! Here is a list of my favourite festivals and events in Edmonton during the summer. [Image credit: iStock.com/Ivanko_Brnjakovic]
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]
The food truck scene in Edmonton has only gotten better over the last few years. And, what with us being the city known for its numerous festivals, there is no better venue than outdoors to pig out and enjoy some delicious food from the food trucks on a beautiful summer day. This short list is only few of many delicious trucks to choose from! [Image credit: iStock.com/Maica]
French fries are a staple in most people’s diets from an early age. As we get older, we often add new varieties, such as sweet potato, into our culinary rotation. But, we also learn that some fries are simply better than others – these places offer fries that are so much more than greasy, cut-up potatoes.
Food trucks serve up good food to go, plus they often come to you! But even if these trucks don’t stop directly in your neighbourhood, you’ll want to hunt them down. Food truck season in Edmonton runs April to October, giving you plenty of time to try all of these amazing mobile eateries.
Donairs as we know them in Canada may have originated in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but Edmontonians have fully embraced this hearty dish. Whether you go for original donair beef, chicken or falafel, the delicious mix of meat, veggies and sweet sauce will always hit the spot. These donair shops are all open late, so you can satisfy your craving whenever it strikes.
A delicious, savoury pie filled with various types of meat and veggies, and typically topped with gravy. Does it get any better? Most commonly from the U.K., Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and Canada, there are many ways you can make ‘em, but there’s only two ways to enjoy them: With a fork and knife or with your hands.
Whether you grew up in a Ukrainian household or not, there’s a good chance that you have always loved devouring a plate of perogies and sausage. These Edmonton restaurants dish out cabbage rolls and pyrizhky just like your baba used to make. There aren't many Ukrainian restaurants in the city, which makes us appreciate these spots all the more.
Edmonton’s winter months can get a little chilly - there’s no doubt about it and definitely no way around it. Embrace the cold with a hot bowl of noodle soup, a staple food group for local food blogger Cindy Nguyen (Let’s Om Nom). Slurp your way around Edmonton with some of her favourite bowls.
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