Food Trucks, Food Crawls, Restaurants and Diners – Oh MY!!

Dessert

Sweet and Nerdy; The Gummi Boutique

Do you have a nerdy person in  your life that is hard to shop for?  Search no more and get yourself to the Gummi Boutique! The Gummi Boutique is located in Old Strathcona at 101-10345 82nd Ave NW. They have just recently celebrated their fifth […]

Experience Edmonton International Airport

I was invited last year to do a food crawl of some of the more popular restaurants that exist on the secure side of the Edmonton International Airport. There are some restaurants there that don’t exist anywhere else in Edmonton. This time, I was one […]

Behind the Gates; #tasteofEIA Edmonton International Airport

Have you ever wondered longingly what lies behind the security gates at the Edmonton International Airport?  Wonder no more… I need to tell you, I am not a flier.  I’m not scared to fly, in fact, I love it!  Sadly, my stomach does not. I […]

Little Italy Pasta; Little Cafe with a Big Heart

In August of 2013 a lot of things in my life changed.  I finally got married to my sweetheart of four years AND I got a shiny new job.  The “Shiny New Job” was out in Acheson… my foodie self was devastated.   I would have […]

Vi’s for Pies – Not Just Desserts!

This is a hidden gem for Edmonton.  Period. Vi’s is one of our favourites for date night.  It is small and relatively intimate.  There is a beautiful patio for when weather permits and a fireplace inside for winter. The daily menu is brought to your […]

Kaiten Sushi Experience – Japonais Bistro

It was lovely to be invited to this event.  Sushi is my favourite thing in the world of food. There was a Japanese fusion tapas restaurant that was located in Oliver Square, here in Edmonton several years ago.  That used to be the highlight of […]

Decadence – The Cafvino Experience

When I told my co-workers that I was going to sample a “coffee-wine” the looks on their faces were absolutely priceless. They were a mixture of disgust and curiosity. In 2006, a lovely lady by the name of Ingrid was visiting her family in Columbia. […]