The winners of the 2016 Ciao! The winners of the 2016 Ciao! Kitchen Design Competition combine materials to create contrast and texture in stylish spaces. High Fashion Hospitality Grand Prize Winner High-shine finishes and features add drama and flair to a common […]
Crowd Pleasing By Joelle Kidd At the RBC Convention Centre, serving hundreds of identical, impeccable plates is all in a day’s work. Clad in spick-and-span chefs’ whites and a towering toque blanche, chef Quentin Harty cuts an impressive figure. Kind, friendly, and professional, this executive chef wears decades of cooking experience on his sleeve. He […]
Saskatoon Panna Cotta This light dessert is an elegant finish to a multi-course meal. Ingredients Saskatoon Berry Coulis 1 cup Saskatoon berries 3/4 cup bottled water, room temperature 4 Tbsp sugar 2 Tbsp corn starch Panna Cotta 2 1/4 gelatin sheets (Blatt) 3 Tbsp bottled water, room temperature 3/4 cup heavy cream (35%) 3/4 cup […]
Beef Tenderloin with Morel Sauce Rich morel sauce is the perfect complement to a juicy cut of tenderloin. Ingredients Beef Tenderloin 4 Tbsp Dijon mustard 2 cloves garlic, crushed 2 Tbsp kosher salt 1 Tbsp pepper 1 tsp Hungarian paprika 2 1/2 lbs steak ready tenderloin 1/2 cup garlic-infused oil Morel Sauce 2 Tbsp clarified […]
Butternut Squash and Shrimp Bisque Using shrimp stock puts a flavourful twist on this fall classic. Ingredients 1/2 cup salted butter, clarified 1 medium sized onion, finely diced 1 clove garlic, ground 1 cup cubed butternut squash 1 cup flour 3 1/4 cups shrimp stock 1 1/2 tsp fresh ginger, ground zest from 1/4 orange […]
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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A hit list of hot new dining in Winnipeg from 2013. Each recent open is bringing something new to the table.
As the season changes tuck into broth-taking super bowls.
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.