Granola Chronicles

Culinary Tales from Tall Grass Bakery and Winnipeg’s Wolseley Community

Granola Chronicles

Anthologie Volume 5, Granola Chronicles: Culinary Tales from Tall Grass Bakery and Winnipeg’s Wolseley Community is now available for sale! This volume shares the inspiring tale of Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co., a community caregiver and favourite neighbourhood gathering place for over 30 years. It also features recipes, tips, and culinary inspiration from some of Winnipeg’s most iconic restaurants and specialty markets, all of which are also located in the Wolseley neighbourhood.

Famous for their freshly milled, organic and whole grain breads, cinnamon buns, and Folk Fest cookies, Tall Grass comes by the title of Winnipeg’s hippie bakery in the heart of the granola belt honestly. Sprouted from a seed cultivated by a community, this humble Winnipeg bakery has been a model and inspiration to local businesses, and with its strong ties to the farming community, has been a major facilitator of  the farm-to-table movement in Manitoba.

Copies are $10 each and $2 from the sale of each issue will be donated to the Wolseley Residents’ Association’s Community Garden Project.

Get your copy here!

The Anthologie Project is a curated collection of books featuring local design, art, food, fashion and handmade wares in support of Winnipeg charities and community. Our project has donated $30,000 to Winnipeg charities to date. Sincere thanks to our readers and subscribers for supporting our project and local businesses.

funded by government of canada
Featuring the work of …

McNally Robinson Booksellers (in store)
Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co.
Prairie Sky General Store
Preserve by Flora & Farmer
Verde Juice Bar
The Ruby West
Chapters Indigo (in stores)

More coming soon!

Down to Earth

Down to Earth Cookbook Volume 2
Homemade Soups in Handmade Vessels Volume 2

Down to Earth: Homemade Soups in Handmade Vessels Volume 2 is a collaborative project of Ayoko Design and the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s CRAFTED: Show + Sale. This special cookbook issue of Anthologie brings together over 40 ceramic and culinary artists from Manitoba to feature 21 inspiring pairings of soup recipes and ceramic vessels.

Winnipeg Harvest, Winnipeg Art Gallery and CRAFTED Show + Sale Logos

We invite you to order a copy of this special CRAFTED Cookbook in support of Winnipeg Harvest and the Winnipeg Art Gallery and help us achieve our fundraising goals.


Featuring homemade soups and handmade vessels by …

From the Kitchen
Chef Christa Bruneau-Guenther, Feast Café Bistro
Tabitha Langel, Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company
Chef Fraser MacLeod, 529 Wellington Steakhouse
Betty Calderon, BMC Market
Chef Emma Molaro, Pineridge Hollow
Chef Irene Adamopoulos, Greek Market
Chef Heiko Duehrsen, Assiniboine Park Conservancy
Kelly Kalynuk, Winnipeg Harvest
Chef Kirk Hanson, ERA Bistro
Chef Christopher McClure, Arctic Co-operatives Limited
Chef Laura Currie, Carne Italian Chophouse
Chef Stuart Deacon & David Schultz, Saucers Café
Chef Mike Brown, De Luca’s Catering
Chef Quinn Degner & Betsy Hiebert, Cocoabeans Bakeshop & Café
Chef Rob MacArthur, Soups, Sandwiches & More
Chef Alexander Svenne, Little Goat Food & Drink
Chef Chris Gama, Clementine Café
Chef Kelly Andreas, Diversity Food Services
Chef David J. Bond, Arctic Co-operatives Limited
Rob Bohay & Giorgo Mantas, Verde Juice Bar
Chef Angela Farkas, Alana Fiks & Santy Foster, Black Market Provisions

From the Kiln
PJ Anderson Ceramics
Anne Fallis Elliott, The Stoneware Gallery
Jen Sonnenberg Wood Fired Pottery
Kelli Rey Studio
Candice Ring Studio Pottery
Crystal Nykoluk Earthshaper
Terry Hildebrand, Ceramic Artist
Angela Graham, Mouse River Pottery
Duane Perkins, Ceramic Artist
Michael Astill Pottery
Jessica Hodgson Ceramics
Valerie Metcalfe Pottery
Peter Tittenberger, Ceramic Artist
Kathryne Koop Pottery
Teegan Walker Ceramics
Janelle Janz, Ceramic Artist
Chris Pancoe Fine Art & Craft
Kevin Conlin, Cypress Studio
Rachael Kroeker Ceramics
David McMillan, McMillan Pottery
Alan Lacovetsky, The Stoneware Gallery


FIBRE and FLORA at Manitoba Fibre Festival

Fibre and Flora

Featured Flowers: Left – Hennie Corrin & Susan Millican, Middle & Right – Textile & Fibre Artists of Manitoba

Bring your fibre flower creations to us this weekend at The Manitoba Fibre Festival, Red River Exhibition Place, 3977 Portage Avenue.

Friday, Sep 13, 5 to 9 pm
Saturday, Sep 14, 10 am to 4 pm

Make us some flowers in your favourite fibre medium! Our favourite submissions will be chosen and prizes will be awarded at our ANTHOLOGIE booth at the Manitoba Fibre Festival. Entry deadline is September 13th. 

Sales proceeds will support local youth programming and the arts through the Anthologie Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation. 


Individual flowers only (no groupings). No restrictions on size or colour. Flowers stems optional. Please create flowers that may be able to be sold for $10, $15 or $20 (maximum). DROP OFF:




Anthologie at Manitoba Fibre Festival

Anthologie at Manitoba Fibre Festival

Visit us this weekend to purchase copies of our newest publications.

Fri, Sep 13 | 5 to 9
Sat, Sep 14 | 10 to 4 

Red River Exhibition Park – 3977 Portage Avenue

Celebrate Manitoba’s growing community of farmers and fibre artists at the Manitoba Fibre Festival. This two-day event creates an inspirational environment for producers and crafts people to collaborate, learn new skills, and celebrate local resources.

See just how versatile fibre can be; enjoy workshops, demonstrations, a fibre fashion show, and a curated fibre art show in collaboration with the Textile and Fibre Artists of Manitoba. The festival offers 16 workshops including Sewing Infant Moccasins, Sashiko Hand Stitching, and Using Recycled Materials to Make Yarn. Each workshop is led by an experienced fibre artist and is open to anyone with an interest in honing or developing their fibre crafting skills.

The Fleece Show & Sale allows producers from across the country to have their prized fleeces reviewed by our panel of judges. Don’t forget to say hi to the clan of live sheep and alpacas at the Hall of Breeds!  

Are you currently working of a fibre project? Bring it along! Seating areas are available for spinners and knitters to gather and create in good company.

The vendors’ market features plenty of gorgeous fibre creations to take home including raw fleeces, hand-dyed yarn, wearable art, and home decor. 

Celebrate, collaborate, and create at The Manitoba Fibre Festival.

Admission is $5, includes both days. Kids under 15 get in free!

Tickets available at the door — cash only.

Free parking, ATM onsite.

The Manitoba Fibre Festival venue is located on Treaty 1 territory, the original land of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Metis Nation.