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Marion Street Eatery

Continuing on with restaurants that are slowly re-opening, I’m revisiting Marion Street Eatery. I first reviewed this place back in 2014. I decided to head up there for a late breakfast. When I arrived I was offered a seat at the bar. Noticing that the patio was empty I asked if I could sit there instead. It was a little cloudy and breezy, but the temperature wasn’t too bad and I had the whole space to myself. Once seated I…Continue readingMarion Street Eatery

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Bouchee Boucher – Tache @ Marion

I haven’t anticipated the opening of a restaurant in a long time, as much as I’ve anticipated the opening of Bouchee Boucher. First off, it’s the handiwork of Alex Svenne and  Danielle Carignan Svenne, formerly of Bistro 71/4. I really enjoyed both the food there and the events they hosted such as School Nights. Second, it’s right down the street from St. Philip’s where I’m the priest. Bouchee Boucher is divided into sections. The restaurant proper which you enter right of…Continue readingBouchee Boucher – Tache @ Marion

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Reviews and Such Restaurants

Nook Diner-Sherbrook Street

Friday night, I finished the Winnipeg Harvest Poverty Pledge. Saturday morning I was in the mood for a good old-fashioned breakfast. Bacon, eggs, potatoes, and toast. Many of the staff at St. Margaret’s, one of the parishes where I work, regularly visit The Nook Diner on the corner of Sherbrook and Wolseley. I figured I’d give it a try. I went fairly early in the day, hoping that it wouldn’t be too crowded. It wasn’t and I was able to…Continue readingNook Diner-Sherbrook Street

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Community Recipes

Beef, Tomato, Vegetable Stew

Earlier this year I wrote about hosting the Clericus at St. Philip’s. These are all the clergy in what is called a Deanery, a grouping of parishes. This month it was once again my turn to host. As the weather is turning a little cool, I thought something warm, comforting, and satisfying should do the trick. I decided to go with a beef stew. While I was playing host to my fellow clerics today, I was also keeping in mind…Continue readingBeef, Tomato, Vegetable Stew