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10 Canmore Spots to For Hiking Food

  Here’s our list of 10 Spots in Canmore for Hiking Food. Whether you’re heading to the mountains for a day hike, a picnic, or spending the weekend in our favourite little mountain town, we hope this list will help fuel all your fun. 1 . Take a Hike Market – Whether you go for…

Alberta Garlic Growers to Try Now

Here is our ever-growing list of Alberta Garlic Growers.  Hard neck garlic thrives here. Warning: once you’ve tasted this local garlic, there’s no going back! Fifth Gen Gardens – Grower Kristin Graves is famous for her Garlic Goddess Dip and Smoked Black Garlic. Located near Wetaskiwin, you can order online or join her CSA. Forge…

Best Food in New Brunswick

What are the best foods in New Brunswick? There’s a bounty of wild food, seafood and home-made, home-grown everything as a reward for detouring off the Trans Canada highway in this place nicknamed, “the drive-through province.” Canada’s only official bilingual province offers up Acadian specialties like poutine râpée, pets de soeur (nun’s farts – sweet…

Food Day Canada Menu

You can celebrate Food Day Canada (Saturday, August 5, 2023) with our special #EatAlbertaFirst Food Day Canada menu (see photos above and recipes below). The late Anita Stewart, founded this day in 2003. That makes this year the 20th anniversary. Food Day Canada was originally called the World’s Longest Barbecue and was launched countrywide in…

Best Food in Quebec

  Finding the Best Food in Quebec is tasty business. This province is home to most of Canada’s maple syrup production, wild foods, blueberry fields, and cranberry bogs. Plus, there’s world class cheese makers and duck farms. From the Gaspe to Quebec City and Montreal, from the Eastern Townships to Mont Tremblant: fine food is…

11 things to do for Alberta Foodies in August

Here are 11 things to do for Alberta Foodies in August.  From festivals, classes, al fresco dinners and restaurant dine-arounds to Open Farm Days, this is the month to take in all the bounty this province has to offer. Starting Thursday, August 3, Taste of Calgary returns for its 24th year. This four-day festival is…

Best Ontario Food and Experiences

When it comes to the Best Ontario Food and Experiences there’s a lot to talk about because this province has Canada’s “green belt” for growing along with a huge population and amazing diversity. Home to Canada’s largest city, Toronto, and the nation’s capital, Ottawa, Ontario has a long growing season and mild climate throughout the…

15 and counting! U-Pick Farms to Visit in Alberta

This is the list of 10 U-Pick Alberta farms you need right now.  Plus, if you read on, there’s a bonus round. Berries of all kinds are exploding across the province. Bookmark this post to help find the best #eatalbertafirst produce this summer. Solstice Berry Farms in Crossfield has been growing quality saskatoons for 20…

Best Foods to Eat in Manitoba

The Best Food To Eat in Manitoba comes from lakes filled with goldeye or pickerel, fields abundant with grains, Mennonite and Ukrainian specialties and Traditional First Nations foods, such as bison, game, fish, wild fruit and grain. These foods are enjoyed from Hudson’s Bay to the North Dakota border and if you are travelling to…

10 Alberta Craft Beverages to Crush this Summer

  We think our list of 10 Alberta Craft Beverages to Crush this Summer comes just in the nic of time. Summer is off to a hotter-than-ever start. If you are going to #ExploreAlberta, bookmark this post to help keep your cool wherever you roam. From Medicine Hat’s Hell’s Basement Brewery, we love their home-brewed…

Food Tours Create Natural Team Building

Our Team Building Process Why do food tours create natural team building? It’s simple. People bond easily over food. Connections and communication are fostered. Add in a little challenge and collaboration also rises in the group without effort. At Alberta Food Tours, we’ve found that as office teams are coming back together after the isolation…

Earth Day and AFT’s Sustainability Efforts Everyday

At Alberta Food Tours sustainability goes far beyond using recycled paper in our printer. Our company has been engaging in responsible tourism since our inception in 2006, leading the way in environmental, cultural, and economic sustainability where we work and live. Guests who take our tours can feel good about choosing an activity that:  …