Monday 24 March 2014

Learn how to cook this delicious dal in a hands on session with me.

If there was one event that really integrated me into the food community here in Edmonton, it was Eat Alberta (2011 and 2012) I first went in as a participant, then a volunteer, and this year I am proud to announce that I will be one of the presenters at this celebration of local food.

Want to come and cook delicious food with me and several other super talented chefs and drink connoisseurs? And also learn about local food, attend food and wine tastings and meet lots of like minded people?

You shouldn't miss Eat Alberta 2014. And I can tell you, I just know that tracks are going to sell out early, so you snooze, you lose :) Check the link below for details.

See you there.


On April 26, 2014, the fourth annual Eat Alberta conference will take place at NAIT. Through a mix of hands-on and demonstration workshops, tasting sessions, and presentations from some of the leaders of our food community – farmers, chefs and local food advocates – we hope that participants will learn how to use and source local food as well as develop nurturing and ongoing relationships with one another and with those that produce our food.

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  1. Wow, this is great news!! Have an awesome class...

  2. Michelle, lovely meeting you at the food writers conference. I just read through your blog and found several vegetarian recipes that are now on my must try list. You have a talent for both writing and photography, very impressive.


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