After a hiatus on the blog, I’m back to recap some of my latest PIZZA finds.. Whether you like your pie thick or thin, there’s some new-er options to try in the city to satisfy your pizza craving. All of these businesses are also serving up locally brewed beers with their slices, perfect for the […]
Birria tacos are quickly gaining popularity in the Edmonton food scene and I’m excited to see more taco businesses offering these as an option. I’ve checked out a few spots for birria tacos now so thought I’d share some spots where you can find birria tacos in Edmonton!
Edmontonians will soon have another cafe to check out! Brew + Bloom is set to open their doors on Feburary 26 but I had a chance to preview the space and menu recently. It is one of the most beautiful cafes I’ve ever been in and it definitely tops the cake for being Insta-worthy. Everything […]
You’ve probably heard of cronuts… but have you heard of croffles?! Croffles, or croissant waffles, are becoming increasingly popular and it seems to be the latest “food trend” but I’m all for it! This hybrid pastry offers the best of both worlds with a crispy, outer crust (waffle) and a soft, flaky interior (croissant) From […]
Happy February, everyone! I’m back to share some new small businesses to try in Edmonton. This is part 3 to my (what I will now call) mini series of posts where I share new small businesses that you can check out and support.
As we navigate the new normal, I continue to come across different online, home-based small businesses. Over the last few weeks, I’ve had a serious sweet tooth and have also been lucky to receive some gifted treats too. After some indulging, I thought I’d take the opportunity to highlight a few new ones that I […]
One great thing I’ve seen coming out of this crazy time is the select number of small online businesses that have started; it’s always nice to see new options out there! All of these businesses offer dishes that are delivered right to your doorstep and ordering is only a click away. They’re also generally ready […]
I had the opportunity to attend a local food tour hosted by the Old Strathcona Farmer’s Market (OSFM) recently! In this post, I’ll be sharing some pictures of the event in hopes to show how amazing these local vendors are. Not only are their products fresh and delicious, they’re also made (or grown) with passion. […]
If you haven’t heard, Golomein is delicious. This family-owned shop was my first experience with Bruneian food. My fellow foodie, Alyshia from Caramunchies, was actually the one who recommended it to me and I’ve been hooked since!