Fried Chicken Fest – Final Wrap

Welcome to my third and final post for Fried Chicken Fest. You can find the first post here, and the second post here. There is also a trend going on here. The first post featured three dinners, the second, four, and this one, give. Good thing the festival is over, or I would soon be …

Fried Chicken Fest – Midweek

Fried Chicken Fest is at it’s midpoint. Monday, I wrote about my weekend meals, and today I’m writing about my weekday meals. Over the last three days, I have added four more fried chicken fest meals. Fried Chicken Fest Meal A Trip Down South – The Merchant Kitchen My first order this week came from …

Fried Chicken Fest – Weekend One

I’ve written before about LeBurgerWeek. A week dedicated to restaurants offering a new take on the classic burger. Last weekend marks the beginning of Fried Chicken Fest, a similar week with the focus on Fried Chicken. As with everything else over the last 10 months, Covid has put a bit of a crimp into the …

Inferno’s Bistro – Des Meurons Avenue

Inferno’s Bistro is a French restaurant located in Saint Boniface. I first visited the restaurant not long after I started working at Saint Philip’s. Despite really enjoying my meal, my main course was a Mushroom Papardelle, I didn’t make it back until the summer of 2020 Finally, when I am visiting Dug  Betty’s, I also …

A Song for the Dark Times – Ian Rankin

Early this year, I went through a time of reduced income. That means I haven’t been able to catch up on the reading I would like. A Song for the Dark Times, by Ian Rankin is one of those books. It’s been out since the beginning of summer, but I’ve only just got around to reading it …