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Sharon Yeo

Food Roundup Curator


Recent work by Sharon

Three people chat in a yard of garden boxes full of green plants, near a shed with a sign that says "Urban Farm"
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Edmonton Urban Farm continues to grow

After a year of significant expansion, the Edmonton Urban Farm continues to grow, as staff plan to add infrastructure, further diversify its community of farmers, and open its doors to the public on a regular basis.

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The Old Strathcona Farmers' Market building with a blue sky overhead
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Renovations to bridge Old Strathcona Farmers' Market into the future

With its fortieth anniversary approaching, the Old Strathcona Farmers' Market is planning a slate of renovations that will make multi-day operations possible, something the market says both customers and vendors are asking for.

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Winnie Tsing Chen holds up a glass with an umbrella inside in front of a bright red wall
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Fu's Repair Shop aims to celebrate Chinese culture

The folks behind a new bar and restaurant called Fu's Repair Shop hope it can showcase Chinese culture in a different way.

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Felice Café owners Michelle and Tim Brouwer standing in their shop
News

Felice Café embraces local at Stadium Yards

The founders of Felice Café, a new café and market located near Commonwealth Stadium, are hoping their love for local is infectious. In addition to serving drinks and treats, Felice features a market where local vendors can display and sell their products for a flat monthly fee.

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A render of the Markt Brands lobby
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Ghost kitchen incubator Markt Brands to launch this fall

Markt Brands has leased a 10,000-square-foot space in south Edmonton to house up to 25 ghost kitchens, offering food entrepreneurs a chance to get into the restaurant business at a lower cost and with less hassle.

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The storefront of the new High Dough location
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Pandemic pivot High Dough becomes permanent fixture

High Dough, the Detroit-style pizza pivot from Three Boars, celebrated two milestones this past week: it commemorated its second birthday amidst opening up a second restaurant.

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A steak on a bed of vegetables
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Downtown Dining Week returns as workers come back to the core

Downtown Dining Week, an annual event organized by the Edmonton Downtown Business Association (EDBA), returns as more staff are expected to resume working in offices.

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A bowl of tantanmen ramen
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Kasey Ramen grows with help from the community

In just 16 months, upstart Kasey Ramen has transitioned from a home-based business offering ramen kits to hosting pop-ups in an Edmonton restaurant.

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Paul Shufelt in front of a wine rack and a refrigerator full of meat
News

Hayloft reimagines the steakhouse in southwest Edmonton

Chef Paul Shufelt has opened Hayloft Steak and Fish and a third location of Woodshed Burgers in the southwest Edmonton neighbourhood of Cameron Heights, adding to the Robert Spencer Hospitality stable alongside Workshop Eatery and The Greenhouse.

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