Alberta is a great place to eat – photo – Karen Anderson
Click this The Local Pantry link to find an article I just wrote for Calgary’s City Palate magazine featuring 50 of my favourite local food and beverage products.
Choose these products first and you’ll help grow a strong Alberta and Canadian economy from within. We are blessed with the very best tasting food in the world.
I’ll eat and drink to that. In fact, I think eating local might be the very best way to savour it all.
Crossroads Market gets snazzy makeover.
If you read John Gilchrist’s article above, I think you’ll agree it’s nice to see that one of Calgary’s three year round markets is refurbishing and expanding. Now that we have three farmer’s markets open year round in Calgary it is so much easier to source your food locally and directly from a great local food producer.
Here are the links to our three year round farmer’s markets as follows:
Kingsland Farmer’s Market
Calgary Farmer’s Market
I’ll be speaking about lots of ways to #EatLocally for the Calgary Public Library at three sessions this week and next. The schedule is as follows:
Louise Riley Branch – Thursday, April 4, 7 – 8:30pm
Nose Hill Branch – Monday, April 8, 1 – 2:30pm
Southwood Branch – Wednesday, April 10, 7 – 8:30pm
You can contact those library branches to see if there is any room available. There’s just so many ways to savour food and our local food scene. I hope you’ll join me as I share a few of my favourites.