Granola Chronicles Volume 5
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Granola Chronicles: Culinary Tales from Tall Grass Bakery and Winnipeg’s Wolseley Community, Volume 5 of Anthologie, shares the inspiring tale of Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co., a community caregiver and favourite neighbourhood gathering place for over 30 years. This volume 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.
Tall Grass is also the reason Wolseley smells so good! You can stop by for a cinnamon bun, crack open a bottle of fresh country air, and enjoy with a side of social conscience. A place where country and city meet, diversity is celebrated, and everyone is welcome, Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co. is truly ingrained in the community and culture that is Wolseley.
The Anthologie Project showcases a curated collection of local design, art, food, fashion, and handmade wares. Thanks to the support of our readers, our publications have already generated more than $21,000 in donations to local charities and community. Our goal with this volume is to donate $5,000 to The Wolseley Residents’ Association’s Community Garden Project, as well as to inspire creativity, wellness, caring, generosity, and community collaboration.
Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co.
Barn Hammer Brewing Co.
Charisma of India
De Luca’s Specialty Food Store
Food for Folks
Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen
Halal Meat Centre
Lucky Koi Express Chinese
Organic Planet Worker Co-op
Preserve by Flora & Farmer
Scout Coffee + Tea
Sleepy Owl Bread
The Ruby West
The Tallest Poppy
Thom Bargen Coffee Roasters
Verde Juice Bar
Wolseley Residents’ Association
*ERRATA NOTE FROM TALL GRASS BAKERY
We apologize for a mistake on page 24 in Granola Chronicles under the headline:
IN A TYPICAL YEAR, THE 2 TALL GRASS BAKERIES COMBINED USE:
(The corrected numbers are in bold)
174,000 lbs organic unbleached white flour
72,000 lbs organic Red Fife
18,000 lbs organic spelt
4,200 lbs organic rye
5,000 lbs Saskatoon berries for jam, pies, muffins, scones
4,000 lbs tomatoes for salsa, sauce, soup, lasagna
4,000 lbs pumpkins, local organic heirloom varieties
5,200 L fresh pressed organic Ploughshares Community sunflower oil
|Dimensions||10.875 × 8.375 × 0.21875 in|