The term "street food" can represent many things. From hotdog vendors and to sausage stands, there has always been somewhere in downtown Calgary where you can grab a quick bite. In recent ye
The term "street food" can represent many things. From hotdog vendors and to sausage stands, there has always been somewhere in downtown Calgary where you can grab a quick bite. In recent years, the city of Calgary has moved away from its steak and potatoes reputation, and is marking its stake—if you will, pardon the pun—as an up-and- coming culinary destination in North America. Let this book—and your palate—be your guide to discovering some of the best street eats that the city has to offer.
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Dan Clapson is a food writer and columnist based out of Calgary, Alberta. In addition to writing for Food Network Canada and for Avenue and WestJet's up! magazine, Dan spends time with some of western Canada's top chefs in professional kitchens to better appreciate the craft of cooking. In fall 2013, he co-founded Eat North, a food-focused media outlet specializing in Canadian cuisine. He is the author of the popular blog dansgoodside.com.
"Suresh Doss is the series editor of StreetEats? and the editor and publisher of SpotlightToronto.com. He has also written for West of the City, City Bites, TV Ontario, AM 640, Ontario Culinary and Postcity.com. In 2011, Suresh was awarded the VQA Promoter's Award for outstanding achievement in the promotion of Ontario VQA wines. In 2011, he launched the Food Truck Eats movement to support gourmet food trucks and hosted a series of events that dramatically raised the profile of street food. Since 2011, his Food Truck Eats team has hosted some of the largest street food festivals in Canada."