Bolognese sauce, fresh pizza dough and tiramisu are just a few of the items you'll find at this European grocery store.
This Bowness grocery store carries tons of local products. Add handmade soaps, bread from Corbeaux Bakery and free-range whole chickens and pork sausages to your grocery list.
These six restaurants are known for their delicious takeout and they all offer options you can buy in large portions to take home to your party. Now you just have to decide between Mediterranean, Mexican, Italian and stacks of sandwiches.
Find out where to get everything from bone broth to energy bites in Calgary.
Soups, stews and pies always taste better when someone makes them for you, so when you want to comfort someone (including yourself) with food on a cold winter day, here are a few dishes worth seeking out.
In the spring, you can apply for a special license issued through a lottery to shoot one.
Run, run to catch these gingerbread men (and women) at local bakeries and cafés throughout the city just in time for the holidays.
Charcuterie, sandwiches, salads and jars of condiments are all available at this Haysboro shop.
Stock up on French fare including duck fat French fries, cassoulet, raclette cheese and escargots.
The store has been around for almost 25 years and sells authentic Latin foods such as fresh Chilean-style empanadas, Mexican tortillas, Belizean hot sauce and Argentinian tea.
From sticking to a budget to serving a signature drink.
Expert advice on easy food prep. Or, just buy food. We have six good places to buy a platter for your party.
Whether your tastes tend toward rustic or refined, this collection of local treats is an ode to all things sweet and savoury.
7 Expert Tips for Pickling and Preserving in Calgary this Fall. Plus a Recipe for Rosemary Pear Preserves
We spoke to a canning and preserving expert and compiled all her tried and true methods of getting the best final product – even if you're a beginner.
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.