Chinese Fondue at Urban Shabu

Chinese Fondue at Urban Shabu

If you’ve never had this Asian dish called by many names, then you’re truly missing out on one of the best foods to eat in a winter city like Edmonton. Called hot pot by many, shabu shabu by Japanese, Chinese fondue by some Hong Kong yuppies, you can’t go wrong with selecting a broth and cooking the food you want right at the table. There might not be cheese nor chocolate, but the fun and price…

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Chop Suey on the Prairies / What The Truck

Chop Suey on the Prairies / What The Truck

The Royal Alberta Museum had a very successful run for Chop Suey on the Prairies. It was an exhibit showing the Chinese settlement and history of Chinese food in Alberta. Did you know green onion cakes are only popular in Edmonton? The curator Linda Tzang will tell you more about it. The exhibit ended up traveling around Alberta after its long run at the museum. This video captures the launch party event with a Ginger…

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The Lingnan & Chicken For Lunch

The Lingnan & Chicken For Lunch

Amy Quon is a Woman of Vision and her family has run one the longest serving Chinese restaurant in Edmonton. The Lingnan is not only a place for Chinese dining, but is deserving to be an Edmonton institution. The various food enterprises the family has operated has been featured in several TV series of their own. Located in the basement Food Court of Scotia Place, Chicken For Lunch cannot be mistaken for any other when…

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