Tune into my weekly YouTube video blog Lindork Does Life! In Ep. 8, I experience incredible, family-owned restaurants along the Surrey Spice Trail in Surrey, B.C. (Metro Vancouver in the Lower Mainland). Each Tuesday I’ll try new things you might want to try, show you places you might want to visit, and eat food you might want to eat. Let me know if you have ideas for things I should do AND subscribe to my channel!
Dozens of Edmonton restaurants and breweries are offering freebies and discounts if you use Explore Edmonton’s FREE Old Strathcona, Downtown, or Brewery Passes. Learn more, sign-up, and start saving while supporting amazing local businesses in the city.
Join me for a week of Chicken Facts for Chicken Month in partnership with Alberta Chicken! From Sept. 14-18, 2020, I’ll be hosting different chicken-themed, interactive activities on social media. Participate for a chance to win different chicken-themed prizes! Read this blog post to learn facts about Canada’s favourite protein! Bet you’ll learn something you didn’t know before.
Learn about new Edmonton online noodle shop Nai Nai Mie’s sweet family history, then try their noodles (“homemade hugs in a bowl”)! Get 10% if you use my code LINDORK on orders placed by July 31, 2020.
Whether cooking at home or ordering out, chicken is a great dish to have. See this diverse list of ten delicious chicken dishes to try in Edmonton and learn how easy it is to identify Alberta + Canadian chicken at the store! Enter to win a $100 gift card to try chicken at some of the restaurants listed in this blog! This post was made in partnership with Alberta Chicken Producers.
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This blog is based in Treaty 6 Territory, traditional and ancestral lands of many First Nations and Métis in Alberta. I’m a settler who lives, works, and plays in the Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) area on Turtle Island (Canada). I’m committed to reconciliation. uplifting and supporting Indigenous communities and one way I do that is by highlighting Indigenous-owned artists, business owners, makers, events, and other experiences here on this blog and on social media.