Whether your tastes tend toward rustic or refined, this collection of local treats is an ode to all things sweet and savoury.
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A locally made sandwich, fresh-pressed juice and cookie dough will make your lunch feel like the most important meal of the day.
These cooked meats, buns and potato salad make for an impressive and authentic spread.
You don't have to visit the Calgary Stampede midway for this tasty treat. Food writer Julie Van Rosendaal shares her mini-doughnut recipe.
There is no easier way to entertain than the backyard barbecue. Throw almost anything on the grill, chill some beer and let the good times roll. Up your game a bit with these Canadiana-inspired accessories and some local treats.
If you're planning an outdoor party that's a little more upscale, choose melamine plates, acrylic cups and regular linens.
A black and silver colour scheme will give your patio or balcony an easy shot of glamour.
Whether your guests are young, or just young at heart, turn on the patio lights, turn up the tunes and host a backyard party.
The big markets, the small markets and the out-of-town markets to visit if you're looking for fresh, local products.
The scones, the sandwiches, and of course, the tea to serve when you're having friends over for a late-afternoon meal.
Ham is a glorious piece of meat around which to anchor your Easter dinner. But what to serve with it isn’t quite so set in stone. Here are a few suggestions to help get your Easter party started.
Break out of your grocery-shopping slump and explore the aisles of these shops for some interesting and inspiring products.
Whether you’re planning a cozy brunch for two or hosting a group of friends for an early get-together, pick up these goodies and avoid the pressures of the kitchen first thing in the morning.
Small-batch butter maker Kristie Lee churns out a fresh supply each week.
Fun, easy and deliciously decadent, this melted chocolate classic just may be the perfect holiday party dessert. Beyond the usual cubed fruit, here are a few ways to make yours deliciously different and uniquely Albertan.
Over the past year, local restaurants and bars shared some of their best cocktail recipes for our Mixer column. Try them out at your next party.
Party season is upon us and these appetizers are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.
Get your fill of baked goods, treats and drinks in flavours like cranberry, gingerbread, eggnog and peppermint during the holidays.
For the first time in nearly 90 years, United Farmers of Alberta is releasing a cookbook. These recipes for glazed beets, spaghetti casserole and flourless chocolate date cake are just three collected from across Alberta.