the edmontonian presents: Food
Congratulations, you have found the page for the fourth episode of our ShawTV show, the edmontonian presents!
If you’ve accidentally landed here from our regular website, go back this way. Otherwise, let’s dig in!
“food” originally aired Sunday, June 12, 2011 at 9pm. You can watch it again Sunday, July 24 at 9pm on Shaw cable channel 10.
If you missed it, or want to watch it again, you can watch the episode whenever you want on YouTube or at our Livestream channel. It can also be downloaded from iTunes right to your iPod or other earbud devices. (Here’s our RSS for anyone not using iTunes.)
Please note: Unlike the other episodes in our series, “food” is 60 minutes long, not 30.
There’s lots of information on the show below, including all the great Edmonton music you heard in episode 4, and our show sponsors (who help us make the show happen, but aren’t in charge of what we cover) and a recipe for The Next Act Pub’s fish sandwich. So…buckle up.
Segments and more information:
Next Act recipes and ingredients can be found at the bottom of this page.
Thanks to Cha Island for also being the setting of this episode’s cold open; “Disco Donair.” You better not steal our idea, Jake!
Thanks to Doug Organ for the “Eatmonton” name. Be sure to tell Doug you saw him in the credits.
Produced/Written/Camera: Jeff Samsonow
Editing: Sally Poulsen
We’d also like to thank Theresa Spinelli at the Italian Centre Shop, James Schutz at Transcend Coffee, and Nate Box at Elm Cafe for helping us make sure we got everything right. Wow, there’s a lot of places to get great coffee in Edmonton!
Jeff Explains a Thing: Local Groceries
Produced and Written by Jeff Samsnow
Camera/Editing: Sally Poulsen
with Joanne Bateman from Wild Earth Foods
more from them on Twitter – @WildEarthFoods and on 99 Street – at 89 Avenue. (Yes, 99 Street businesses are open during construction.)
Produced/Written/Camera/Editing: Sally Poulsen
more at Sabzy.net
Famoso Pizza at The Empress
Thanks to Famoso Pizzeria on Jasper Avenue for the delicious Neopolitan, Margherita, Pollo, and Marinara pizzas. (We actually bought a couple of those because we knew they were going to fly out of the box and we’d need a bunch.)
Thanks to The Empress for letting us bring the pizza and recording.
“Ain’t Been Dancin”
Written by the AwesomeHots
Performed by the AwesomeHots
music available at theawesomehots.BandCamp.com
The rest of the show was chock full of Edmonton music and unsigned artists. That’s how every episode is going to sound! (Let us know if you’ve got music to include in the show.)
Click on the band or artist’s name for their website. Click on their song titles for the iTunes store (or the link that says iTunes store, for other songs and albums available for purchase).
“I See Fame” by Yevlumeel
“Birds” by The Fight
“@&$%ty Songwriters and My True Feelings About
Plagiarising Your Own Songs” by The Sunshine Experience, 1999
“Morana” by Tyler Butler
“The Big Dig” by Ghost Cousin
“Ferris Bueller’s Day On” by The Electra Complex
“Could’ve It Been Me?” by Sugarglider
“August Already” by Scenic Route to Alaska
You can also check out our iTunes playlists, full of artists from the show.
Thanks to our episode 4 sponsors; the ShareEdmonton.ca events calendar, the St. Albert Heavenly Rollers Derby (first game is June 18), Edmonton-made movie The Bike Heist (premieres June 27), Kyle Miller (on behalf of NoAgendaShow.com), Jay Runham’s movie reviews, tweets, and digital media-ness, Derjis’ dog, Live Local Alberta’s Dine Local Guide, Edmonton’s sex-positive adult store, The Traveling Tickle Trunk, Whyte Avenue’s print, art, photo shop, Vivid Print, The Unknown Studio, and The League of Extraordinary Media.
A note on sponsorship: Sponsors and advertisers of the edmontonian presents (and theedmontonian.com) are valued local business partners, but hold no sway over our content or production. But, if they wanted to, we could always use somebody to yell “Quiet on the set” when we record cold opens.
Next Act Pub’s fish sandwich, house salad and dressing (with thanks to Nathan McLaughlin – Chef Nate Dog)