5 Things We’re Excited to Eat and Drink This December

Holiday milkshakes, gingerbread croissants and a fruit-forward sour beer are some of the local eats on our list this month.

Gingerbread Croissant from Black Sheep

Black Sheep bakery is known for its croissants, and for the holidays, it’s offering a gingerbread flavour made with a spiced croissant dough and stuffed with orange marmalade. If that doesn’t sound tempting enough, it’s also covered in a Cointreau glaze and topped with gold leaf for a special holiday touch.

815 17 Ave. S.W., 587-210-5063, black-sheep.ca

 

Holiday Milkshakes from Boogie’s Burgers

 

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Every month, Boogie’s Burgers has a feature shake. But for the month of December, you can choose from a whole list of holiday-themed milkshakes. Choose from a mix of unique and classic holiday flavours like rum ball, Gary’s chocolate orange, Aunt Helen’s honey ham, candy cane, gingerbread and fruit cake.

A-908 Edmonton Trail N.E., 403-230-7070 and 2129 33 Ave SW, 403-454-2902, boogiesburgers.com

 

Chocolates from Cōchu Chocolatier

 

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Cōchu Chocolatier recently opened a pop-up in the St. Louis Hotel in East Village where you can get handmade bonbons from Thursdays to Saturdays until December 23. Pop by to pick up some treats in flavours ranging from salted caramel to cherry gin while you can.

St. Louis Hotel, 430 8 Ave. S.E., cochu.ca

 

Fraction of the Sum Apricot Sour from Establishment Brewing Company

This new beer from the award-winning Establishment Brewing Company is a fruit-forward sour that is fermented and aged in oak barrels, then further fermented a second time along with fresh B.C. apricots. The apricot freshness in this beer is perfect for a cold winter evening to remind you of warmer days past. Available at the Establishment Brewing taproom and select liquor stores around the city.

4407 1 St. S.E., 403-453-6212, establishmentbrewing.ca

 

Aloha Pizza from Sunday Pie

 

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Sunday Pie is a new pizza pop-up in Calgary that operates out of the back of The Wednesday Room and, as the name suggests, is only open on Sundays. Pizza fans can choose from five flavours, including The Aloha pizza that features pineapple and ham on a thick and cheesy focaccia-influenced crust. The pizzas are available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Sunday or until they sell out, so consider pre-ordering to ensure you get your hands on one.

Located in The Wednesday Room, 110, 118 8 Ave. S.W., sundaypie.ca

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