Fall Eats at Good Earth Coffeehouse
The weather here in Edmonton is getting cooler as Fall has officially arrived in Alberta. To celebrate the fall weather, Good Earth CoffeeHouse invited me to try some of their fall favourites at one of their coffeehouses.
They sent me a menu to guide me through the experience. This is great since most of the time we go to coffee shops for the drinks and then forget to order snacks to accompany the drinks. Here are some suggested pairings of what you could get the next time you order a Pumpkin Spice Latte from Good Earth. Below are some pictures of their suggested pairings.
The first course was a chicken pot pie with herbed pastry paired with their newest light roast coffee of Flor di mi Terra from Colombia. Unfortunately, when we went this past Saturday to the Campus Towers Good Earth they did not have the chicken pot pie but a beef stroganoff. I had my heart set on the chicken pot pie, so I'll update this post when I have the chance to try it.
The second course with the Kale Pesto Flatbread and Sicilian Flatbread with a Pumpkin Spice Latte. On the day we tried this course out, there was only one of the two flatbreads available. The Sicilian Flatbread, though, is chock full of Italian salami, roasted peppers and likely a few more olives than I prefer but Dan thought it was great. However, the cheese on top helped and it paired well with the Pumpkin Spice latte.
I am also excited to share that Good Earth wants one of my readers (in Alberta) to try out their fall flavours and suggested pairings. Enter to win a $20 gift card to use at Good Earth simply by leaving a comment below sharing your favourite fall memory (food related is always a bonus!). Giveaway is only open to residents in Edmonton or Calgary. Mandatory to leave a comment to enter the giveaway. If you are having trouble leaving a comment, please let me know.
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As a young girl, watching my grandmother making pie crust from scratch for Thanksgiving pumpkin pie. She would give us kids the leftover dough to put cinnamon & sugar on and bake to make little cookies in whatever shapes we wanted.ReplyDelete
Would love to give this place a try. Best part of fall is definitly pumpkin pie.ReplyDelete
One of my favourite fall memories is when I was little and my Dad would rake up the leaves in the yard into piles, not to rake up into bags, but for us to jump in.ReplyDelete
Picking the pumpkins from the garden for the pies. SmileReplyDelete
I cannot get enough pumpkin this time of year, I love fall and the mighty pumpkin!ReplyDelete
Taking walks along the river valley with my daughter and our pumpkin spice lattes!ReplyDelete
Pumpkin pie has been a favReplyDelete
orite since I was little girl.
Pumpkin pie, and the changing of the leaves!ReplyDelete
Roasted veggies with fish at the edge of a lake.ReplyDelete
raking the leaves and harvesting applesReplyDelete
Spending time with friends and family this fall at my youngest brother's wedding in the mountains.ReplyDelete
Favorite memory: Driving through Algonquin Park back when I lived in Ontario (so many red maple trees there!) These days I love making pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. :)ReplyDelete
siting by the campfire cooking smokies.ReplyDelete
I love drinking lattes and taking a walk in the fall leaves.ReplyDelete
I love crunching through the fallen leaves like a little kid!ReplyDelete
apples at this time of the year is a great memoryReplyDelete
Back in Ontario we had lots of red maples, so the most wonderful colours happen during the changing of the leaves!ReplyDelete
I think october is only known for pumpkin pie and all things pumpkin! :)ReplyDelete
hope you were able to check out the river valley during this time of the year!ReplyDelete
october is definitely the time for pumpkin pie!ReplyDelete
I love pumpkins!! and also making pumpkin pieReplyDelete
I love jumping in the leaves!ReplyDelete
Yes pumpkin pie is a definite must!!ReplyDelete
This is such a great memory!ReplyDelete
oooh what a great memory!ReplyDelete
I love Ontario! That is where I grew up! I definitely miss the maple trees. We just don't have enough here.ReplyDelete