Lunchroom @ Holy Trinity – Pancake Day

Lunchroom bowl of soup

Last July, I wrote about starting my new position at Holy Trinity Anglican Church. It`s been a long and difficult road to getting things up and running. At the end of last year we decided we would start The Lunchroom @ Holy Trinity. This is a one day a week simple sit down lunch.  Getting …

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New Asia Chinese Restaurant

New Asia eggrolls

My last review was about a place that is open late night. Today’s is also about a late night place. This time I’m writing about New Asia Chinese Restaurant on Ellice Avenue. Hours: Mon 4pm – 3am Tue Closed Wed 4pm – 3am Thu 4pm – 3am Fri 4pm – 3am Sat 4pm – 3am …

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Southlands Salvation Army Fall Supper

Every year I list fall suppers. This year I added a second list. This year I managed to visit six different fall suppers in Winnipeg. Next year I may have to branch out and visit some of the rural ones. That would require me finding a driver. Last night’s fall supper at the Southlands Community …

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Future of Feasting Climate Fall Supper

Last night I attended The Future of Feasting fall supper. This supper is a little different from the one’s I’ve attended so far. The Future of Feasting: A Climate Fall Supper was the brainchild of five local organizations. Wildnerness Committee: Manitoba Office, Green Action Centre, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: Manitoba Office, Manitoba Energy Justice …

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Karris – Eating Your Way Through Luke’s Gospel

I mentioned in my October reading round up that I would be focusing more on individual books and particularly books on food and theology. Eating Your Way Through Luke’s Gospel, by Robert J. Karris is next up on the list. Robert J. Karris is a professor emeritus in the School of Franciscan Studies at St. Bonaventure University. Eating …

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Lobster Dinner St. Michael and All Angels

Lobster dinner placemat

This year my fall suppers routine has extended well into November. Last night I was at St. Michael and All Angels Parish for their fall supper, which is a Lobster dinner. Now, you may be wondering why a parish in the middle of the Canadian prairies is hosting a lobster dinner. Well, Father Kevin, the …

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Taste and See – Margaret Feinberg

A couple of years ago I wrote a bibliography when I was teaching a Lenten Course called Eucharistic Eating. When I compiled it, I noticed that it was rather low on books dealing with the Eucharist, or food and theology. I’ve finally getting around to correcting this. One of the first books I’ve picked up …

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