Congratulations to the WINNER of our "TRIP TO LAS VEGAS" DRAW!

All of us at Prairie Donair would like to say a HUGE Thank You

to EVERYONE who supported us throughout the past 9 years!

You’ve helped make us what we are today!

Thank you to Everyone who participated in our “Trip for Two to Las Vegas” Draw!

We are excited to announce the WINNER… Renee Langlois!

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Please stay tuned for our future SPECIALS and DEALS!

Svetlana Tsybizova
Nine years of 'Keeping It Fresh" at Prairie Donair

It’s been an incredible 9 years of meeting new friends, opening new locations, sharing great food and having good times.

We’re celebrating our birthday by giving away a Trip for Two to Las Vegas.

Thank you so much for your loyal support!

We couldn’t have done it without you!

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Svetlana Tsybizova
Brain Food - Do vegetables boost your brain power?
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When it comes to our diet, we are usually more concerned with our waistline than our wisdom. Yet our brain depends on us to supply it with foods rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support its health. Good food choices lead to significant improvement of specific mental tasks, such as memory and concentration. Bad choices… not so much.

So… What exactly does our brain need from us?

Omega-3 fatty acids, Flavonoids, and Vitamin E to start with.


1. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

(for smooth brain functioning)

Omega-3 fatty acids play an essential role in reducing bad cholesterol and decreasing inflammation. It may very well be the brain’s best friend.

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2. Flavonoids

(for better memory)

Almost all fruits, vegetables and herbs contain flavonoids. They are super-charged with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support your brain’s health. The general rule with plant based food is: the more colourful it is, the higher the level of flavonoids it holds.

Smoothies (nudge-nudge, wink-wink) are full of flavonoid goodness as well.

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3. Vitamin E

(for brain protection)

Vitamin E prevents cell damage. The benefit of taking a vitamin E supplement is a point of contention among researchers, but there’s no doubt that the foods containing this antioxidant are extremely good for you.

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So the answer to the question “Do vegetables (and fruit) boost your brain power?” The answer is a definite Yes… but only if you eat them.

Svetlana Tsybizova
Smoothie Time!
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Summer came early this year

and we decided to celebrate it by introducing a fabulous new addition to our menu - Summer Smoothies!

What could be more refreshing

than an icy cold smoothy

on a hot-hot day?!

Our Smoothies come in three delicious flavours

  • Mango Strawberry Cream

  • Orange Lemonade

  • Strawberry Banana Orange

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Swing by and grab one :) …

or order it online through the Prairie Donair App.

Svetlana Tsybizova