Manitoba chefs bring together nature and fine dining
Indigenous-influenced eats, contemporary twists, and remote food adventures across the province
One Day in Winnipeg: Wall of Chefs judge Christa Bruneau-Guenther
The chef's favourite food and drink spots in Winnipeg
Global News Morning Show
Chef Christa Bruneau-Guenther shares a dish that celebrates her Cree heritage
Our TMS 'Wall of Chefs' series continues with Winnipeg's Christa Bruneau-Guenther who explains the Indigenous connection to her cheesy spinach spaghetti squash boats that are perfect for family leftovers.
Winnipeg chefs among judges on Food Network Canada cooking show
Christa Bruneau-Guenther and Mandel Hitzer among 23 culinary icons on 2nd season of Wall of Chefs
6 Indigenous Cooks Showcase Their Heritage With These Delicious Recipes
From fresh arctic char ceviche to scrumptious sweetgrass cherry cake, the results are tasty dishes you can recreate at home.
Winnipeg Free Press
$10,000 grant boosts Indigenous business in West End
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada and WestJet recently awarded a $10,000 grant to Feast Café Bistro so it can keep offering authentic local flavours to the city’s culinary scene.
Behind the Name: Winnipeg’s Feast Cafe Bistro
How this Indigenous eatery in Winnipeg found its name.
Winnipeg 2020: The year in food
How Winnipeg's food scene evolved and adapted throughout 2020.
Winnipeg restaurant owner shares comments, concerns on pandemic supports in 1-on-1 with deputy prime minister
Christa Bruneau-Guenther, owner of Feast Cafe Bistro, spoke to Chrystia Freeland for 30 minutes Wednesday
The Social on CTV
The Social: Seasonal squash stars in these scrumptious fall recipes.
Executive chef Christa Bruneau-Guenther shares creative ways to cook with the seasonal staple, and explains its Indigenous roots.
West Jet Magazine
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
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.
Unreserved - CBC
‘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.