Welcome to Episode 54 of the podcast!
Original Air Date: July 31, 2019
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My guest this week is Jamie Ayles from Bow Valley BBQ, talking about their award winning sauces and salsa. You can visit them online at www.bowvalleybbq.com and follow them on social media at:
Facebook: Bow Valley BBQ Inc.
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Jamie mentioned the Food Processing Development Centre in Leduc, AB. Information about the centre can be found online at www.alberta.ca/food-processing-development-centre.aspx
Bow Valley BBQ has partnered with District Ventures. Details at www.districtventures.ca
We recorded this episode in Canmore, AB at Where The Buffalo Roam Saloon at 626 8th St. They are online at www.canmoresaloon.ca and on social at:
Facebook: Where The Buffalo Roam Saloon
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