This is not your typical burger. The unique flavours come from ingredients common in Korean BBQ, such as gochujang (Korean red pepper paste), ginger, garlic, soy sauce and sesame, all balanced with some sweetness from honey and brown sugar. You can find gochujang in most grocery stores in the international aisle. If you don’t have it or can’t find it, you can substitute Sriracha or Thai chilli paste.
Sip, shop and slide! Visit the Marketplace at Callingwood for a unique Pop-Up Night Market. With over 40 local vendors, live music and entertainment and a giant inflatable slide, there is something for the whole family to enjoy (even a magic show, who doesn’t love magic?)
This creamy, rich NO-CHRUN chocolate and Oreo ice cream recipe is the ultimate indulgence! Made with just 5 ingredients and loaded with Oreos.
When you look up “sweet treat” in the dictionary, you should see a picture of these brown butter Nutella cookie bars. Picture this, if you will: a brown butter chocolate chip cookie adorned with thick swirls of Nutella, chunks of chocolate, and lightly toasted hazelnuts. It’s a show-stopping cookie bar, and I’m drooling just thinking about it.
If Lobster Summer were a holiday, I would put it right Christmas. Every summer, the Keg brings back their beloved lobster menu. The true definition of surf and turf.
CRAFT is in the heart of downtown Edmonton at 10013 101A Ave (off Rice Howard Way). The building is unique, with high ceilings and an overall vintage feel.
Raise your hand if you love frosé? I know, it’s incredible.
If you aren’t familiar with frosé, it is essentially rose wine in slush form. It is the quintessential warm-weather cocktail because it is so refreshing, and it is DELICIOUS.
Is there anything better than an ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookie? My answer to this question is usually no. But if you were to stuff that cookie with salted caramel, you might change my mind.
That was my reaction when I saw this caramel-stuffed chocolate chip cookie recipe. These cookies have crunchy exteriors and ooey-gooey centers that stay soft for days (seriously). When it comes to cookies and classic candies, like caramels, more is MORE.
There was a time not so long ago when salmon was just that pink fish people ordered in fancy restaurants. It didn’t seem like the most approachable food, and I’ll be the first to admit that I have a love-hate relationship with salmon. When cooked properly, it is a symphony. Crisp, crunchy skin that rivals the best roast chicken, with tender, flavorful meat that melts in your mouth like butter. However, it can be unappealing (to say the least) when it’s not cooked correctly.
This orange-soy glazed salmon recipe will change hearts and minds (yes, really). Salmon bowls have become one of my favourite things to make because of this recipe.
I adore soups. Especially when they’re mostly vegetables, and twice as much when they’re creamy. This Creamy Broccoli and Cheddar Soup recipe hits all of the above.