Eating a Canadian staple in Saskatchewan, not Alberta

Chef Ellard finds himself across the border "deep" into the heart of Sakatchewan...well not really, only about 200 feet actually, to sample a Donair. This uniquely Canadian food, well kind of, can be found throughout Canada and chef Ellard finds out why it's just NOT called a Shwarma. He goes to a donair shop called Marrakesh Donair on the Saskatchewan side of the town of Lloydminster and solves the age old mystery. Follow us on NewsBreak for more authentic food and travel adventures!

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Chef Ellard's mission is to bring you authentic local food and travel adventures from around the U.S. and the world through the lens of a chef and ethnic/local food enthusiast. The Culinary Edge TV also highlights the new food consciousness that is emerging about the importance of eating food with quality ingredients. And eating as a way to understand other cultures, connect us back with nature, with ourselves and other human beings.

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