Winnipeg Chef Inside: Feast Café Bistro’s Christa Guenther
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Winnipeg Chef Inside: Feast Café Bistro’s Christa Guenther

Learn the story behind Winnipeg’s only authentic Indigenous dining spot. Plus, get a recipe for venison stew.
10 Young Indigenous Women Leading the Way for the Next Generation
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10 Young Indigenous Women Leading the Way for the Next Generation

While resilience, resourcefulness, and leadership among Indigenous peoples is nothing new, meet the 10 Indigenous women leaders trailblazing their way to a better tomorrow, today. Whether in the realm of the environment, education, beauty, fashion, media, traditional cooking, and beyond, these women are affecting change, pushing for a more just world, and leading the way for future generations.
‘Making sure that our food history isn’t lost’: Chef promotes Indigenous foods in virtual cook-off
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‘Making sure that our food history isn’t lost’: Chef promotes Indigenous foods in virtual cook-off

The cook-off was spearheaded by Indigenous Culinary of Associated Nations. Shawana, who is the chair of ICAN, cooked on camera alongside four other chefs: Christa Bruneau-Guenther, Paul Natrall, Marie-Cecile Nottaway, and Jenni Lessard.
Indigenous restaurant owners adopt new business models to try and ride out pandemic
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Indigenous restaurant owners adopt new business models to try and ride out pandemic

"I have some key staff that are wanting to come back to work. They want to work hard with me and we're going to give it a go," said Feast owner Christa Bruneau-Guenther.
The Canadian Chef Putting Indigenous Food on the Menu
The Culture Trip

The Canadian Chef Putting Indigenous Food on the Menu

In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Christa Bruneau-Guenther’s restaurant, Feast, is challenging the under-representation of indigenous cuisine in Canada and providing life-changing jobs for members of her community.
Great Things to Do in Canada’s Wonderful Winnipeg
The Insatiable Traveller

Great Things to Do in Canada’s Wonderful Winnipeg

In the West End is Feast Café and Bistro, the city’s renowned Indigenous restaurant with dishes rooted in First Nations ingredients from the land, such as Manitoba grass-fed bison, and bannock, a flat quick bread of grains, once, widely consumed by Indigenous peoples to stave off starvation.
Recipe for reconciliation
Winnipeg Free Press

Recipe for reconciliation

Indigenous restaurateur hopes to build culinary bridges as part of TV's Wall of Chefs
Daily bite: Food Network Canada to debut new culinary competition in 2020
Eat North

Daily bite: Food Network Canada to debut new culinary competition in 2020

Wall of Chefs puts Canadian home cooks to the test, featuring Canada’s most iconic chefs
Serving Up Resilience: Indigenous Chefs Preserve Native Foodways—and Create New Ones
Bon Appetit

Serving Up Resilience: Indigenous Chefs Preserve Native Foodways—and Create New Ones

Chefs from across Turtle Island are reclaiming their roots and sharing their take on traditional foods.
Answering the call: Winnipeg’s Feast Café to cook up meals for 500 storm evacuees
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Answering the call: Winnipeg’s Feast Café to cook up meals for 500 storm evacuees

Our people need some good healthy food, and they're displaced from their homes,' says restaurant owner
Where to eat in Winnipeg
Gourmet Traveller

Where to eat in Winnipeg

The quirky city in Canada's heartland is garnering cred for its fine culinary talent and booming bar scene.
Lightening the load on their plates
Winnipeg Free Press

Lightening the load on their plates

Ottawa steps up support to ensure business booms for Indigenous women
Restaurateur reaches fundraising goal for homeless artist’s funeral
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Restaurateur reaches fundraising goal for homeless artist’s funeral

A homeless artist who touched the heart of a local restaurateur is getting a proper goodbye thanks to the generosity of Winnipeggers.
Community comes together for artists funeral
Winnipeg Free Press

Community comes together for artists funeral

A small painting of a bear sits on Christa Bruneau-Guenther’s mantel at home. It is the first piece of art she bought from Daniel James Martin four years ago and it now serves as a personal memorial to her late friend.
‘He’s taught me so much’: Winnipeggers raise funds for homeless artist’s funeral
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‘He’s taught me so much’: Winnipeggers raise funds for homeless artist’s funeral

Daniel James Martin sold traditional art on the streets of Winnipeg, sometimes for as little as $20
A veritable Feast
Winnipeg Free Press

A veritable Feast

Chef Christa Bruneau-Guenther is passionate about First Nations fare.