By Food


Bakery: Just stand there and breathe it all in.


Banquet Facilities to impress your friends and amaze your family.


Bar Food for the after work gang who keep saying they should be going home


Brunch: For late risers or big noon eaters, this is it.


Cajun with a touch of jazz and you think you're in New Orleans


Caribbean: They got the good stuff, Man.


Cheese, portable milk


Chicken. Yes, you may use your fingers.


Chinese, with or without chopsticks


Coffee, with conversation and maybe even a cookie


Crepes, Pancakes and Waffles, thin, medium and holy


Danish, more than smørrebrød


Diner: Coffee, hash browns, bacon and eggs:  all the major food groups


Dinner Theatre: dinner and drama. What more could one want?


Dutch: More than cheese and chocolate.


East Indian: Europeans brought home the spices of the east, but have never learned to use them quite like the people of the subcontinent.


Eastern European: from schnitzel to porogies, from sauerkraut to latkas


Ethiopian, for those of you who wonder what the Queen of Sheba ate


Food Truck: They bring it right to you!



French: Bon appetit!


Friends: Yes, you’re on here too.


General, a bit of everything cooked just as you like it


German, just pile on the schnitzel and sauerkraut


Gluten–Free, for the many people who need to know


Gourmet, without the pretention


Greek, olive your favourite dishes


Grill: Basted and barbecued ready for your fingers


Hamburgers, big and juicy


Hot Dogs, fully loaded


Hungarian: Much more than just goulash


Ice Cream: Grant's other addiction


Indonesian: Thousands of islands with thousands of flavours


Irish, with a pint of Guinness


Italian: OK, they stole the pasta from the Chinese, but they've done a good job with it.


Japanese, simple and tasty


Juice: Squashed and squeezed just to please


Korean: Annyong haseyo?


Latin American: And in Calgary, you can even drink the water.


Middle Eastern, a pleasant way to spend warm Arabian nights


Mongolian: If you don't like something they have, then don't put it on your plate.


Moroccan, or for those who aren't quite as hungry, Lessocan


Nepalese: food from the mountains for a city in the mountains


Noodles with interesting sauces hiding lots of delights to be enjoyed ( See also various oriental cuisines.)


Pizza with all the trimmings


Portuguese, hearty food with spicy flavour 


Poutine: Go wild! It’s not like you’re going to eat it every day. Unless you want to.


Russian, more than just borsch and perogies


Sandwiches: Peanutbutter made with jam or otherwise


Seafood, straight from the depths of the Glenmore Reservoir


Spanish, with tapas and beyond


Steak: It's Alberta, we have to include this.


Sweet Delights: Candies, cookies, doughnuts, cakes and cupcakes


Swiss, for those fond'a fondue


Tea: Steeped, not boiled


Thai, nice and spicy


Turkish, a delight


Vietnamese, lots of noodles and vegetable

© Grant and Dorothy Dawson 2018