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
CBC News

‘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.
Indigenous cuisine at Winnipeg’s Feast Café Bistro
CARP

Indigenous cuisine at Winnipeg’s Feast Café Bistro

A restaurateur’s love of and commitment to her indigenous community has blossomed in Winnipeg. Feast Café Bistro serves native food made with local ingredients, hires staff that can’t find jobs elsewhere, and is a welcoming space to every customer who walks in.
How to spend one perfect day in Winnpeg
Canada.com

How to spend one perfect day in Winnpeg

I do love Christa Bruneau-Guenther’s Feast Café Bistro — a celebrated Indigenous restaurant that serves “modern dishes rooted in First Nations foods.”
The long-overdue rise of Indigenous cuisine brings Canada back to its roots
Eat North

The long-overdue rise of Indigenous cuisine brings Canada back to its roots

Chef and owner Christa Bruneau-Guenther opened Feast after noticing a lack of representation for Indigenous people looking to explore their culinary roots.
LA CUISINE POUR RETROUVER SES RACINES
GEO Magazine (France)

LA CUISINE POUR RETROUVER SES RACINES

Pour la patronne du Feast Cafe Bistro, c’est un scandale : «Il n’y a quasi aucun ouvrage de recettes de cuisine Premières Nations !» Il y a trois ans, elle ouvrait le seul restaurant indigène de Winnipeg (dans le pays, il n’y en a pas plus de cinq ou six dans le même genre).
Back, and better than ever
Winnipeg Free Press

Back, and better than ever

Two Winnipeg chefs are included in the Wall: Feast Cafe Bistro’s Christa Bruneau-Guenther and Deer + Almond’s Mandel Hitzer.
Microgreens gaining macro reach
Winnipeg Free Press

Microgreens gaining macro reach

Locally grown veggies available at Red River Co-ops
Five Things to Eat This Winter In Winnipeg
NUVO Magazine

Five Things to Eat This Winter In Winnipeg

Chili brings everyone to the table. And Winnipeg eaters can do no better than the Manitoba grass-fed bison version at Feast. It’s loaded with tender bison, beans, veggies, and sweet corn, topped with locally made Bothwell cheddar, and served with toasted bannock.
Rainbow trout with wild rice and blueberry salad
CBC News

Rainbow trout with wild rice and blueberry salad

Manitoba rainbow trout, blueberries and wild rice is on the menu at CBC Cooks Local
Eight Places to Eat Indigenous Cuisine Across Canada
West Jet Magazine

Eight Places to Eat Indigenous Cuisine Across Canada

Try a buffalo bannock burger in Merritt, B.C. or venison terrine with fiddleheads in Wendake, Quebec. All of these restaurants focus on local, seasonal ingredients.
Why the Yukon’s culinary scene is one of the most unique in the world right now
The Globe and Mail

Why the Yukon’s culinary scene is one of the most unique in the world right now

At the Carcross Learning Centre in Whitehorse, chefs and culinary students prepare for the inaugural First Nations Fire Feast, an offshoot of the late summer Yukon Culinary Festival.
WINNIPEG: Canada’s Best-kept Cultural Secret
Maclean's

WINNIPEG: Canada’s Best-kept Cultural Secret

Once overlooked as a “flyover city,” Manitoba’s capital has put itself on the cultural map once and for all.
Indigenous chefs from across Canada head to the Yukon for a Fire Feast
APTN

Indigenous chefs from across Canada head to the Yukon for a Fire Feast

On a perfect day in Carcross, YT, Indigenous chefs are busy by the grills cooking up fare for the Fire Feast that probably won’t be found on southern grills.
‘I Have Elders Who Come Here And Cry’: The Inspiration Behind Winnipeg’s Feast Café
Chatelaine

‘I Have Elders Who Come Here And Cry’: The Inspiration Behind Winnipeg’s Feast Café

Christa Bruneau-Guenther's restaurant has become a destination for others hoping to learn more about Indigenous food and culture.