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The cherpumple challenge

Turduckens are so 2008. The hottest food-stuffed-with-more-food craze is the cherpumple: three pies (typically cherry, pumpkin and apple, as indicated by the name’s portmanteau) baked inside a ...
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Edmonton Dish Weekly: Dec 11 – Dec 17

Northern Lands Festival Edmonton’s getting a new wine and food festival this spring: Northern Lands will feature 20 chefs from Edmonton and beyond, along with 47 Canadian wineries, 11 craft bre...
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Efficient and streamlined

Charitable giving is big right now, but the Edmonton Food Bank needs your attention year round. Most Edmontonians are likely unaware of the sheer size and scope of our Food Bank. The first of its kin...
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Six Things about Irish Cream

Luck of the Irish Irish Cream is, as the name suggests, always made with Irish whiskey as it is lighter and smoother than Scotch or other whiskies. It also contains cream, sugar and an emulsifier (of...
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The contentious issue of wine ratings

The Wine Spectator just released its Top 100 wines of 2014: do you care? Wine ratings are a perpetually contentious issue; possibly the biggest one in the industry, actually. It’s no secret tha...
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Sushi sampling

This is only speculation, but I can’t help but wonder if Watari—the relatively new all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant located in the space formerly inhabited by pan-Asian eatery Matahari—got i...
A very merry Christmas to you.

What would Jesus drink?

I imagine beer had very little to do with the original Christmas celebrations. I am also pretty sure no beer has ever been brewed using frankincense or myrrh. But there are beers that can be quite na...