Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

Subject: Food


NAIT staff and students bring Thanksgiving to Boyle Street

A safe and hearty feast for people experiencing homelessness and poverty

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Spice up your turkey leftovers with mulligatawny soup

Instead of just reheating the weekend's dinner, try something spicy

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6 steps to pulling off the perfect turkey dinner

Serve the turkey dinner your guests deserve

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Do we really need quite so much – or any – pumpkin spice?

Grads examine the roots, joys and weirdness of a tradition gone trendy

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NAIT launches virtual cooking classes in time for Thanksgiving

Classes a fun, safe way to cook alongside a chef

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How a NAIT business student plans to dip into Canada’s honey business

Patrice Simoneau is a seventh generation beekeeper aiming for sweet success

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What to do with your fall tomato harvest

Tips, tricks and recipes from a NAIT culinary expert

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New support arrives for mental health at Edmonton restaurants

Steven Brochu launches MilkCrate Listens and offer tips for diners eager to help

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How to turn crabapples into crabapple-jalapeno jelly

Turn your bounty of sweet-tart fruit into a unique preserve.

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The NAIT guide to patios in Edmonton (and area)

Here's a list of who's open for al fresco dining

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How to identify and cook with edible weeds

If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em

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11 things to do on Canada Day in and around Edmonton

Don't let a pandemic get in the way of celebrating our national birthday

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