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Twyla Campbell

Twyla Campbell has been writing about food, wine, cocktails and travel for 14 years and is CBC Edmonton Radio’s long-standing restaurant reviewer (since 2010) and culinary expert. She is a seasoned traveller, an adventurous eater, an oenophile and member of Slow Food. She has completed WSET II and proudly supports conscientious food growers who practise sustainable food production. Twyla sits on several national and local food judging panels and is a sought-after panelist when it comes to the topic of food and restaurants. Her book, Maps, Markets and Matzo Ball Soup: the inspiring life of Chef Gail Hall was independently published and released in October 2018 and debuted at No. 1 on the Book Publisher Association of Alberta's Bestseller Nonfiction list.

Edmonton's Pho or Kuy Teav offers up delicious Cambodian food

The story behind Edmonton’s Pho or Kuy Teav Noodle Shack

Sep 3, 2021

A Similkameen legend: Remembering winemaker George Hanson

How George Hanson helped to grow the B.C. wine scene

Feb 24, 2021

Alberta's Lakeside Farmstead garners plenty of buzz with unique cheeses

Community and gratitude are at the forefront of this family-owned farming operation outside of Edmonton

Feb 12, 2021

Edmonton 2020: The year in food

A restaurant critic's love letter to the food scene of Alberta's capital after a year of challenges and strife

Dec 30, 2020

Sixties Scoop survivor Tammy Maki overcomes adversity with Raven Rising

Global Indigenous chocolates and pastries pave the way for a new beginning for chef Tammy Maki

Dec 17, 2020

The Butchery by RGE RD opens in Edmonton

The duo behind the award-winning farm-to-table eatery open the doors to their highly-anticipated butcher shop

Nov 18, 2020

Kevin Kossowan’s new television series explores the potential of wild ingredients

A cattail bog is a long way gone from where Kevin Kossowan used to spend his days office-bound as a financial planner

Nov 5, 2020

Cranbrook's Soulfood: A new culinary gem in the Kootenays

Restaurateur and local food advocate Danielle Eaton brings contemporary fare to rural B.C.

Oct 8, 2020

Chef Joshna Maharaj takes on institutional food systems with new book "Take Back the Tray"

Toronto's Joshna Maharaj's new book focuses on the flaws found in institutional food systems

May 13, 2020

Okanagan 2019: The year in food

2019 proved to be a fantastic year of growth for the already thriving food and drink scene in interior B.C.

Dec 30, 2019