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Restaurants Reviews and Such

Bonnie Day – 868 Westminster Avenue

Bonnie Day is located in the Wolseley neighbourhood of Winnipeg. It sits in a spot that has gone through a couple of changes in the last few years. Most recently it was known as Ruby West, I don’t know if it’s the same owners, but the billing program still uses the Ruby West name. Bonnie Day falls into the treat category of restaurant. Before that it was home to the Neighbourhood Bookstore and Café. I wrote about the Neighbourhood Bookstore…Continue readingBonnie Day – 868 Westminster Avenue

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Restaurants Reviews and Such

Langside Grocery 164 Langside Street

Langside Grocery is a restaurant and cocktail bar, in the West Broadway neighbourhood of Winnipeg. This is a place I first visited about 3.5 years ago, as I celebrated the celebrated the 10th anniversary of my ordination. Langside Grocery falls into the treat restaurant category. It’s the sort of restaurant that I will likely visit for special occasions. Many of these are treats because I dine alone. If you go as a group, you can enjoy quite a lot of…Continue readingLangside Grocery 164 Langside Street

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Restaurants Reviews and Such

Vera Pizzeria – 670 Osborne Street

I ended up at Vera Pizzeria on Thursday, because of my habit of general bad planning. I had seen a note on Facebook about the South Osborne Farmers Market. Being that I am on holidays, I thought it would be a good idea to take a trip to the market. Unfortunately, I read the post wrong. The market actually runs on Wednesdays. On the bright side, the market location is only a block or so from Vera, so I decided…Continue readingVera Pizzeria – 670 Osborne Street

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Common Eating Books

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 in that regard, is Margaret Feinberg’s, Taste and See: Discovering God Among Butchers, Bakers, & Fresh Food Makers. Taste and See Review Taste and See starts…Continue readingTaste and See – Margaret Feinberg

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Reading Round Ups

June 2019 Reading Roundup Picks

It feels like I didn’t read as much this month as I should have. Yet, as I looked backed I discovered I had finished four books during the month.Continue readingJune 2019 Reading Roundup Picks