Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen tallgrassbakery.ca By Joelle Kidd While hip new startups have embraced local eating and heritage techniques, the folks behind Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen can truly say they were doing it before it was cool. 25 years after opening their first bakery, they continue to set the standard for local and environmentally responsible […]
Farmery Estate Brewery farmery.ca By Joelle Kidd Brothers Chris and Lawrence Warwaruk launched Farmery Estate Brewery as a way of sharing locally grown barley with communities both near and far. Since 2011, they have been brewing GMO-free premium lager sourced from the prairies, growing barley, wheat and hops. Though producing ingredients locally requires more man […]
Winnipeg is a multicultural paragon, and the city’s ever-shifting demographics are indicated by a wealth of fantastic places to eat with cuisines that span the globe. Ciao! reviews always aim to broaden our readers’ repetoire of the city’s good eats. This issue ventures past chef-driven hotspots to neighbourhoods and suburbs decidedly off the trendy path. […]
A Moveable Feast uwinnipeg,ca Ciao! magazine’s annual award for restaurant of the year celebrates the creative use of and dedication to regional ingredients. By Joelle Kidd Have food; will travel. This could easily be the calling card of Diversity Food Services. This band of mobile mavericks has served fresh fare in school cafeterias, banquet […]
The annual flood of food trucks onto summer streets shows no sign of slowing down. Our favourite meals on wheels are packing out Broadway every weekday, and this year, a new ‘food truck alley’ along Israel Asper Way has everyone meeting at The Forks. Owning a food truck has proved to be a great way […]
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Sandwich legend has the bread-bound dish invented by John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, as a one-handed solution to sustenance while playing cards.
Winnipeg has its share of sweet spots to indulge, from specialty places to restaurants that execute after-dinner delights exceptionally well.
This city has its share of dining options in notable places, including our most illustrious park and our most infamous intersection.
Lingering over coffee and eggs in a sunlit café with a pal or the paper is a certain, simple and shared pleasure and Winnipeg is spoiled when it comes to delightful daybreakers.
While Winnipeggers are known to hunt for bargains, we also know how to indulge.
Winnipeg’s multicultural citizens are well represented by a number of markets that import exotic ingredients and prepare ethnic specialties on site.