It’s a global day of action to stand up for good food and essential cooking skills – and Winnipeg is no exception. On May 17, buy a taco and support Winnipeg Harvest.
A recent Downtown Community Food Forum revealed that access to healthy and affordable food is important to Winnipeg’s downtown.
A little patience pays off when a patron of a popular local restaurant is surprised at the manager’s response to the late arrival of her meal to the table.
While many wait for a spring that refuses to arrive, a small few are happy about the big thaw’s late arrival; those include commercial fishers who every winter take to frozen lakes that are teeming with fish.
A cooking club developed by the Rehab Centre for Children is growing in popularity as it helps young people of all abilities nourish their potential.
After a successful launch, Winnipeg’s Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers is proving to be a successful social enterprise providing comfort to women and children through the making and donating of soup.
Eating in Winnipeg is as diverse as it is excellent; and it’s not just the traditional restaurants that are great — so are the secret dinners.
A local café is providing meaningful employment for people with developmental or intellectual disabilities who often face societal challenges like isolation and discrimination.
How often do you walk into a comfortable, stylish fast food restaurant serving deliciously fresh, gluten-free options? If your answer is never, you haven’t been to Saigon Jon’s Vietnamese Kitchen.
Soup Sisters is creating a stir this weekend in Winnipeg with an effort to provide fresh homemade soup to women and children escaping violence in their homes.