Liane’s Tool Kit


Liane's food stories appear in the print and digital editions of the Edmonton Journal, plus she blogs and tweets daily for the newspaper @eatmywordsblog. Liane covers the city’s food community, delving into trends, restaurants and recipes.


Liane is a keynote speaker at professional conferences. Her thought-provoking, often playful, presentations are perfectly suited for food and restaurant industry groups, health care organizations and educators.


Unflappable and engaging, Liane moderates panels, leads writing and editing workshops, and hosts cooking demonstrations and other food-related events.


Liane has gathered fellow travellers in food-loving cities (such as Portland, New York and New Orleans) and countries (including Italy, Holland and Spain) since 2011. She's also a guide for Edmonton Food Tours. For more information, e-mail  

What people think of Liane Faulder

Liane is as comfortable at the microphone as she is greeting participants, and chatting with the crowd. Her sincerity and good humour made guests and chefs alike feel warmly welcomed at our event.

Liane is a rare writer and presenter who can bring a story to life that both enlightens and entertains us. It is always a pleasure to work with such a talented professional.

Liane’s chronicles of her food experiences brought forward many acknowledging nods from our audience and left us inspired and motivated to feel great about the work we do with food and nutrition as registered professional dietitians.

Liane arranged a fabulous food tour of Northern Italy that we will rave about for years. Well organized and professionally conducted, Liane led our tour with courtesy and style. We look forward to future adventures.

Eat My Words Blog

Lindsay Porter stars in Food Network's Guy's Grocery Games

There she was, just minding her own business, when the call came. It was Food Network in the U.S., wondering if London Local chef and owner Lindsay Porter was willing to audition for the popular American food challenge, Guy’s Grocery Game. Not only was she willing, Porter won the competition, taking home the US$16,000 first-place prize. “Round by round, I kept squeaking by the chefs I […]

Chefs collaborate with local restaurateur in fundraiser for Crawford Block mural

Michael Maxxis, co-owner of The Holy Roller, Have Mercy and El Cortez, has a dramatic dream. He’s hoping to commission a six-storey mural in Old Strathcona by the renowned Spanish artist, Okuda San Miguel, whose work can be seen on the streets and in the galleries of world-class international cities such as Hong Kong and Munich. This costs quite a bit. So Maxxis has initiated a series of […]


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