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Dish Weekly: Apr 16 – Apr 22

Chomping through the province: Eat Alberta The fifth-annual Eat Alberta is on Saturday, May 2, 2015. The non-profit, volunteer-run, one-day conference unites Albertan food eaters and makers through s...
// Curtis Hauser

Eating well on the trail

Eating well in the backcountry is trickier than when you’re car camping in front country, but with some foresight you can avoid endless days of granola bars. The key is to plan all meals ahead ...
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Stock a pantry like a pro

Dumpster diving teaches you many things. First, you learn that you can feed yourself almost exclusively with food other people throw away. Second, you learn that if you want to eat that food, youR...
//Charlie Biddiscombe

Craft beer: where does Alberta stand?

How does Edmonton’s beer culture compare to other places across North America? As Vue‘s beer columnist, it is my job to tell you about all the great craft-beer scenes across the continent...
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Seeking Canadian wine in YEG

Tokyo has an entire liquor store devoted solely to Canadian wine, but in Edmonton’s shops the Canadian section is often little more than a few dusty bottles languishing on a bottom shelf. Canad...
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A dumpster diver’s guide to expiry dates

How important are expiry dates? When you’re dumpster diving, this is a critical question. Dumpster divers find a lot of food that has eclipsed its best-before date. But what do these numbers ac...