edmonton foodies

A new delicious donut shop is opening in Edmonton and everyone is excited (if you're not, you should be)! We are not exaggerating, we crept their IG comment section and locals have been losing their minds. If you're an Edmontonian, you might have come across a  donut account on Instagram called Moonshine Doughnuts. You also might have seen the founders Simon Underwood and Matthew Garrett handing out boxes of fresh donuts in Old Strathcona or City Hall. What you might not know, is that each donut is made with fresh, local ingredients and each flavour leaves our taste buds wanting more: cookie crumble, almond earl grey, horchata, lemon, ginger, winterberry prosecco and more.

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 Anyone living in Edmonton, especially any Edmonton students trying to pay off their tuition, knows that ramen is the solution when it comes to being hungry and broke.  Back in the day, when people thought ramen, they immediately pictured those dried noodles in a cup with a package of powdered flavoring. From chicken, beef, all the way to vegetable, sure it satisfied our hunger... for the next hour. Just reading that back makes us feel sorry for any university students having to go through that torture and makes us want to say "use your noodle" without sounding too harsh.

Well we got good news, time to throw out that cup of instant noodles and say hello to the food of the future: ramen noodle bowls that won't put a hole in your wallet, or burn through your college tuition. Japanese restaurants everywhere are hyping up the ramen noodle game with even more concepts to satisfy our taste buds. From pork, beef, corn, miso, soy sauce, porcini mushroom, and even chili sauce. Comfort food is supposed to make us happy, remember? Let's keep the happiness going by listing 14 ramen noodle spots in Edmonton, check them out ASAP!

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Two commonly enjoyed foods: chicken and waffles--combined into one menu item, resulting in a meal that’s the perfect combination of both savoury and sweet. You may feel like you’re sort of having dessert, but can also justify it as an actual meal (perfect transition for all of us still learning how to "adult", and trying our hardest to not eat cake for breakfast).

This soul food dish is the epitome of comfort food and its popularity is evident as it seems to show up on the menus of many restaurants in Edmonton.

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