Food

  • Favourite local restaurant

    1. Bonnie Day

    2. Nola

    3. The Tallest Poppy

  • Favourite local place that no longer exists

    1. Forth Café and Bar
    2. Cousins Deli & Lounge
    3. Misericordia emergency room

  • Favourite on-campus menu item

    1. Chicken fingers
    2. French fries
    3. Huevos Rancheros wrap

  • It’s the Uniter 30!

    It’s the final Uniter issue of the calendar year, which means this issue is dedicated to the results of our annual Uniter 30 readers’ poll.

  • The competition heats up

    Six Winnipeg chefs will face off in the regional qualifier for Canada’s Great Kitchen Party, a national cooking competition to crown the country’s top chef.

  • ‘A real crisis right now’

    Many Canadians struggle to afford groceries and other necessities.

  • When you wish upon a star

    Ask a child their dream destination, and it’ll likely boil down to two options: Disneyland or Walt Disney World.

  • Morel guidance

    Every day, a handful of the 16.6 thousand members of the Foraging Manitoba Facebook group log on for some morel support. No, that’s not a typo.

  • Be charitable, save food, eat good

    The Too Good to Go app launched in the Toronto metropolitan area last summer and was recently introduced in Montreal and Vancouver. Now, Too Good to Go is up and running in cities across Canada, including Winnipeg.

  • Arts briefs

    Love the Exchange// Brews, yoga and more// Screening awareness// Connecting through art// Celebrate food at Fort Gibraltar// Pro-rock and pro-choice

  • Le Burger Week returns with new theme

    Running from Sept. 1 to 14, the 11th annual Le Burger Week is back with a plant-based twist. For the first time in its history, Le Burger Week is encouraging restaurateurs to try their hand with plant-based patties.

  • Bring your sweet tooth, Winnipeg!

    Winnipeg VegFest, which has brought its annual vegan food festival to local restaurants since 2016, wants the city to indulge its sweet tooth. VegFest’s second annual all-vegan dessert festival, Sugar Rush!, runs from June 18 to 25 at participating locations across Winnipeg.  

  • Cashew alfredo ravioli

    This is a simple weeknight meal you can make in 10 minutes or less! Making the sauce earlier saves even more time.

  • Crispy fried mushrooms

    These mushrooms are so flavourful and crunchy!

  • That is a tasty burger!

    I know, I know. If you live on Broadway and can’t walk to your bus stop without being harassed by anti-vaxxers, a cheeseburger isn’t going to solve that problem. But we all need to find joy in the little things wherever we can, especially these days. And dagnabbit, there’s fewer things more joyful than a tasty burger.

  • Burger time!

    Warning: this article contains mouthwatering descriptions and images of some of Winnipeg’s finest burgers. Enjoy!

  • From the campus to the community

    While rising COVID-19 case counts and cold temperatures had many Winnipegers keeping their social circles small during the winter holidays, the University of Winnipeg Students Association (UWSA) and Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre both held community outreach initiatives to spread some support.

  • Favourite local restaurant

    1. Magic Bird Fried Chicken
    2. Roughage Eatery
    3. Yafa Café

  • Favourite local place that no longer exists

    1. Forth Bar
    2. The Zoo/Ozzys
    3. The Garrick Centre

  • Favourite new local independent business

    1. Gâto
    2. Willow Press
    3. La Taqueria Mexican Tacos

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