Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Jack's Grill - Another pricey misadventure (CLOSED)

Prosecco to start
Jack’s Grill is another one of those places that whether or not they've been there, people list off when you ask what’s a nice place to take someone for a special occasion. Although we have had very few hits and mostly misses when it comes to food related Groupons, we figured nothing ventured, nothing gained, particularly since we knew a meal at Jack’s Grill would be pricey regardless.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Dissatisfying Sicilian Pasta Kitchen

Perhaps eating at Corso 32 has forever ruined me and I’m incapable of judging other Italian restaurants fairly. Or perhaps I'm overly critical of pasta dishes because to do them well they don’t have to get over complicated with it. After dining at Sicilian Pasta Kitchen Downtown, I couldn't quite figure out how they had been around for as long as they had. This place has been around as long as my humans have lived in downtown Edmonton, which is about a decade now. They'd never had the inclination to dine here, but were invited to dine with a group of people, so I tagged along.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Zaika Indian Bistro - Sleek and delicious Indian buffet

So much food!
Located in the heart of Summerside, Zaika Indian Bistro doesn’t look like much from the outside. On the inside however, it looks nothing like your typical Indian restaurant. With black banquettes, a sleek dark interior, and a circular metal buffet area in the middle of the restaurant, they are trying to make things as modern as possible.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Welcome changes to Taste of Edmonton 2012

Bacon Bomb
Although I was unable to attend the media launch for this year’s Taste of Edmonton to hear about the new food, restaurants, and aspects they were adding to make this year’s festival new and interesting for long time attendees, several of my fellow food bloggers (Only Here for the Food, beyondumami, What Would Argenplath Pay?, and The Tiffin Box) were able to attend and write about it.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Mooliciously Addictive Gourmet Girl Cookies

Sarah Masters Phillips - Evil Genius
The evil genius behind a new cookie vendor is Sarah Masters Phillips, sous chef at Highlands Kitchen. With a penchant for baking, particularly cookies and other comforting desserts (see my post about how she taught me to make scones), she wanted a way to share her passion with others and came up with Gourmet Girl Cookies. Her mooliciously addictive treats are currently available Wednesday nights at the Southwest Farmers Market, as well as bake to order. 
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