May Bonus Clue’s Week 4

 

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We finished off an amazing month of bonus clues with Craft Cellars Beer, Wine and Spirits store in Vista Heights.

Participants had to locate a local Alberta craft beer in the store and then if they were interested sample some beers at the growler bar.

Craft Cellars hosts events and tastings regularly at their unique 24 foot tasting bar. They believe product education is the key to growing customer knowledge and creating passion and awareness for the products in store.

They have an 8 tap growler bar with a strong focus on fresh, local beers and over 900 different craft beers with plans to bring in more.

Craft Cellars also has an excellent selection of collector and specialty wines and spirits, including a fantastic assortments of scotches and whiskeys. Check them out on 32nd Avenue NE.

 

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May Bonus Clue’s Week 3

AmaranthGeneric_YLHFS_CMYKAmaranth Foods joined us for May Bonus Clue Week 3. Participants were given a lesson in fermented foods. Their task was to find one in the store, any fermented food and take a picture of it. If they didn’t know about fermented foods before, they sure do now!

Amaranth Whole Foods Market is proud to be a local Alberta-grown company! Founded in 1995 by Ken Klatt, Amaranth is dedicated to promoting healthy foods, nutritional awareness, and environmental responsibility through the products sold and the services provided.

At Amaranth, they respectfully support each customer’s unique wellness journey by offering the healthiest selections, wellness and preventative education, and knowledgeable service.

An eco-conscious, organically-rooted, sustainably-sourced company, they offer the finest in premium vitamins, foods-based supplements, specialty items, natural and gluten-free groceries and quality body care.

 

Meet Our Sponsors: Lakeview Bakery

Lakeview Bakery

Lakeview Bakery has been providing Calgary with delicious and nutritious breads, buns and desserts for the past 24 years. As a Culinary Race Sponsor, they are pleased to offer products for special diets with consistently tasty options.

They carry a variety of choices, including gluten-free, low-carb, diabetic, organic, dairy-free, yeast-free and egg-free baked goods and have a dedicated Gluten Free bakery in the South.

Lakeview Bakery also carries other products including snacks, pasta, crackers, chocolates and some hard to find European imported products. Organic choices include Spelt, Kamut and Stoneground bread, buns, bagels and pizza shells.

Recipes are developed and perfected in house by our dedicated and talented team. If you are looking for fresh baked goods that meet your dietary requirements give us a call or stop by for a visit.

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Locations

  • Lakeview Bakery is located in the community of Lakeview at the end of Crowchild Trail SW,  just before you enter North Glenmore Park.
  • Our second location, Lakeview on 90th opened 5 years ago to meet the demand for gluten free baking. 90th is located in Oakridge and carries only gluten free products and has no gluten on the premises.

Lakeview Bakery:  phone 403-246-6127    fax 403-246-6609

Lakeview on 90th: phone 403-457-3555    fax 403-457-3556

Twitter: @LakeviewBakery 

Facebook: Lakeview Bakery  &  Lakeview on 90th Gluten-Free 

Email: LakeviewBakery@hotmail.com

 

Special Thanks to Hopewell Residential

Culinary Race participants will be easy to identify on June 11 because they will be wearing blue lanyards donated by Hopewell Residential, one of Calgary’s best new home builders and community developers.  The Culinary Race would like to thank Hopewell for this generous donation.  Outside of the race, take some time to visit Hopewell’s homes and communities, such as Mahogany, Canada’s Community of the Year.  To learn more about Mahogany and other Hopewell communities find them online at www.hopewellresidential.com

 

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Calgary Food Bank

We are pleased to announce the Culinary Race is working with the Calgary Food Bank and will be collecting food or cash donations on Saturday, June 11th at the Calgary Farmer’s Market and Italian Centre Shop Calgary.

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The Calgary Food Bank was established in 1983 and is a charitable organization dedicated to gathering and distributing quality emergency food to those in need.

Eligible people may receive up to seven emergency hampers in a twelve month period with the first three through self referral and the last four through agency partners. This past year the Calgary Food Bank has assisted 141,270 Calgarians.

Fort McMurray Update: The Calgary Food Bank is providing emergency assistance to the food banks affected by the Fort McMurray Fire. You can find a list of much needed items on their website via this link Calgary Food Bank Fort McMurray

We will be putting together a bonus clue for registered participants that involves the Calgary Food Bank on the day of the Race. More details to come.