With the post Olympic rush finally back under control, and motorcycles already out, it seems life is returning to normal in Edmonton.
- Lots of talk on the web this week about the upcoming Grilled Cheese Olympics. Being put together by the Slow Food community in Edmonton, contestants can compete in the classic or contemporary category. The deadline to enter is today and will cost you $20, but if you want to watch on Sunday it will only dent your pocket book by $2.
- NAIT is doing a fantastic job in promoting their culinary scene, and with David Adjey coming to town, you can follow along and ask questions on Twitter one night and enter to win an exclusive luncheon with the man they call the Canadian Gordon Ramsey on another
- With a recent website update to local El Salvadoran restaurant, Acajutla, I think Food Network Canada should consider meeting them to discuss another season of Family Restaurant. Just imagine the dynamics if the website isn’t pulling our legs. *the website is really bright, guard your eyes*
- Mirabelle’s in Edmonton is closing.
- Quite the burger talk has erupted on Liane Faulder’s blog. With suggestions for the best burger ranging from the cheap to the expensive, the most surprising comment came from the Delux Burger Owner who used the opportunity to sell his product. Nothing like getting involved in an internet spat..someone is bound to get pwned!
- Gorgeous photography of breakfasts around the world.
- Would you turn your wife’s breast milk into cheese and then serve the locals… because New York City chef and new dad, Daniel Angerer did just that.
- New signage has been placed outside the soon to open second location of Transcend Coffee on 109th street.
- Just a few feet away from the new Transcend, is Edmonton’s newest sushi joint; Kabuki. If you’ve already been, do share your thoughts.