Finding, collecting, and consuming wild edibles can seem overwhelming at first—it’s just all so green! Basic education is key, whether it comes from books, workshops, or walks in the field with a pro.
Whether it’s sweet, salty, chewy, crunchy, or savoury, we’ve got you covered with our curated selection of the best Canadian snacks from eight provinces.
Move over Chilean sea bass. Canadian walleye is where it’s at!
While we may not be able to travel now, look forward to these in-Canada getaways for the next time you hit the road.
Call them gourmet, artisan, or fit for the connoisseur, no matter the description, we can certainly say they’re all delicious. So when the weekly grocery run is done, head to one of these Winnipeg-based specialty food shops that stock the high-end, the hard-to-find, and the fabulously fun.
Diners won’t know what’s coming until they take a seat in the Cloakroom, a blank canvas of a venue in Winnipeg’s Exchange district featuring soaring brick walls and gleaming hardwood floors.
Because in Manitoba, they don’t hibernate, they celebrate.
Saskatoon’s culinary scene offers unexpected, innovative, and delicious dishes that just might knock your mukluks off this winter.
The following list takes a deep-dive into the art of coziness, showcasing weekend getaways to quintessential Canadian cottages in Manitoba.
These are the kinds of places you start looking forward to on the morning of the reservation.
Dining al fresco in the dead of a Winnipeg winter may not sound appealing—yet locals and visitors alike have eagerly done just that for the past six years, all in the name of the renowned culinary pop-up, Raw:Almond.
When the icy winds of the Hudson Bay swoop down, Winnipeggers know how to warm up with deliciously diverse dishes.