Maybe the cold is making me hungry, but I decided to highlight a whole lot of food posts this week. Other things, too, but this one is unusually foodish:
Maegan Lukian’s spicy hot chocolate looks stunningly delicious. (Photo by Maegan on hand-meyd.com, used with permission)
- Cindy Nguyen took a sumptuous class on Indian vegetarian cuisine from Addie Raghavan at the Get Cooking kitchen.
- Lots of bloggers have been taking in Christmas in November at Jasper Park Lodge. Here’s a taste from Linda Hoang.
- Lots of bloggers also took in the launch of the Duchess Bake Shop’s new cookbook by Giselle Courteau. Little Miss Andrea has gorgeous pix and a giveaway.
- Karlynn Johnston is writing a cookbook, too, for Appetite by Random House.
- Phil Wilson has strong feelings about scrambled eggs.
The food bloggers in this city are prolific and terrific. I can’t keep up with them, but Sharon Yeo does every week.
Some non-food posts that caught my eye:
- Fish Griwkowsky shares some of the artwork and life-work of Leanne Olson.
- Brandon Schatz and James Leask answer questions entertainingly at Comics! The Blog.
- Lindsey McNeill is alarmed by what’s happening, and what’s not happening, at the Alberta Film Studio.
- Dave Cournoyer talks Alberta politics on the latest Unknown Studio podcast.
- Lisa Baroldi explores Indigenous city-building on the Make Something Edmonton blog.
- Dave Von Bieker wants your opinion on which songs he should record.
I can’t even begin to tell you how many more posts you could find at ShareEdmonton, where I found most of these.
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