Creating communities around food
Ellice Ave café featuring First Nations inspired cuisine opens doors to the public
Balance is key to a healthier diet
Blind Tiger brings back concept from the prohibition era
This fall, cut your food budget by foraging part of your grocery list. Joel Penner learned how to identify plants as an artist creating botanical films.
Hearing the beloved Osborne Village Motor Inn was closing was a bit of a shock for some. The business, with its hotel, bar and restaurant, has been in the neighbourhood since the 1960s.
September brings the turning of a new leaf as seasons move on, school starts and routines fall into a different beat. As times change and rearrange, why not do the same to your diet?
June 6 Fraserwood, Mb Adult $97 (includes four workshops), dinner only $57, dinner & fest package $137. Children 0-6 free, reduced prices for ages 7-12.
August 21-23 Morden, MB Free
Aug 22 Garden City Shopping Centre Free
Aug 21-22 Shaw Park Prices TBA
July 31-August 3 Gimli, Manitoba Almost entirely free, with some capacity-based events at a cost
August 1 - 4 Steinbach, MB All-Day Family Pass $30 Adults $10 Children (ages 6-12) $4 (Ages 5 and under get in FREE)
July 31 - August 2 Selo Ukraina in Dauphin, MB Passes range from $30 to $95
Winnipeg is _______.
Everybody’s gotta eat, but not everybody can afford to eat well. Eating healthy, locally produced food is trending across the county, but eating well doesn’t have to be limited to the summer gardening months. Despite our long winters there are many organizations around Winnipeg working to promote local food production and sharing year-round.
Let’s face it, we’re not in kindergarten anymore. Calling out “ew, that’s gross” and puckering our faces in disgust won’t make the brussel sprouts, cabbage other “ew” food just turn into ice cream.
Walking through the entranceway the market area sits before you. Taking up a corner of the roughly square restaurant, it’s a glossy, iridescent display of colours that hosts a multitude of Latin American products. The unique scent of Central American dishes being cooked is inescapable.
Parlour Coffee received a colourful makeover at the beginning of February, which, to the familiar patron, may seem rather out of place.
Aerobie Inc., a company usually known for it’s high-performance sports toys, introduced the travel-sized and durable AeroPress: a practical time-crunching machine for coffee lovers to use anywhere, anytime.