The centuries-old Danish tradition of hygge (pronounced “hue-gah”) comes from a country voted to be the happiest on Earth, and its special custom of emotional warmth, slowness and appreciation, is becoming increasingly familiar to an international audience. To hygge means to enjoy the good things in life with good people.
Look after the jump for a selection of our favourite books on hygge, Scandinavian cooking, and the joys of living like a Dane...Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, New Releases, Cooking
In honour of National Soup Month, January's dinner specials in Prairie Ink Restaurant are sourced from Fine Cooking's new cookbook, Soups & Stews.
Our chefs are bringing you satisfying bowls of comfort for every season to get you through this wickedly cold winter, so stop by and warm yourself with freshly made soups and stews all January!
The dinner specials are available after 4 pm in Prairie Ink.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Cooking, Prairie Ink
Throughout the year, Prairie Ink Restaurant's Head Chef Karen Nielsen browses our bookshelves for a cookbook from which she selects in-house specials to share with you.
This September she's been cooking up recipes from Michael Smith's Back To Basics. Chef Karen adds her own personal twist to selected dishes from the 100 classic recipes featured in Smith's book to give you a mouth-watering dining experience.
Come visit us in our Winnipeg Prairie Ink to have a taste!Categories: Winnipeg, Cooking, Prairie Ink
Pausing for a Cool One
For over 300 years, prairie-dwellers have been brewing, selling and sipping their beers. 300 Years of Beer by Bill Wright and Dave Craig is a look back at Manitoba's colourful brewing past. With over 400 colour illustrations of rare beer labels, retro bottles and ads dating back to the 1870s, Wright and Craig chronicle the history of Manitoba suds from the beer baron era of Patrick Shea and E.L. Drewry to the microbrewers of today.
The Thrill of the Grill
One of Canada's most popular food entertainers, Ted Reader has a legendary passion for the open flame. His new book, Gastro Grilling, is packed with over 125 recipes for great-flavoured steaks of beef, veal, pork, lamb, and game - the essence of grilling - as well as chicken and seafood. Reader makes it easy for gastro grillers to master the grill with delicious, simple-to-prepare dishes.
Burgers and Soda Pop
Guy Fieri has found his and more. The Food Network star continues his bestselling series with Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: The Funky Finds in Flavortown. He gobbles up the miles in a survey of great American diners and returns with a carload of hilarious stories from Guy himself, his Krew, and the restaurant owners. Includes a full-colour fold-out map of the United States featuring every restaurant in the book. Where's the funky find in your flavourtown?
Master Pastry Chef Eric Bari
We are proud to introduce the team that makes Prairie Ink Restaurant and Bakery possible. Our talented chefs and managers work tirelessly to bring you a unique dining experience.
Prairie Ink Specials
Throughout the year, Executive Chef Chris Tascona browses our bookshelves for a cookbook from which he selects in-house specials to share with you. From May 2 to May 29: A Family Farm in Tuscany by Sarah Fioroni. Enjoy the traditional Tuscan recipes prepared daily in the kitchen on Fattoria Poggio Alloro, the author's organic, self-sustainable farm. (Shearer, March)
Sunday Summer Hours
Prairie Ink will close at 6:00 pm on Sunday (the same time as the bookstore) for the summer and return to a 7:00 pm closing in the fall.
Dinner and a Movie Takes a Breather
Dinner and a Movie has been taken off the menu for the summer. This popular combination of a meal and entertainment will resume in the fall.
Mother's Day Buffet Sunday May 13
Select from one of six sittings: 10:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 noon, 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm, and 2:30 pm. All our regular buffet favourites will be available plus some extra specials from the Prairie Ink Culinary Team, and of course our carving station. Chocolate lovers will be indulged with our chocolate fountain and fresh fruit skewers, as well as an ever-changing dessert table filled with excellent mini pieces of heaven. Additional favourites include a seafood tray, a wide variety of cheese, and our grilled vegetable tray with a balsamic vinaigrette. The buffet includes coffee, tea, pop, or milk. The cost per person is $25.95 for adults and $13.50 for children aged three to twelve. Children under three eat for free. Reservations are required. Please call 975-2659.
The Prairie Ink Patio Returns for the Summer
An oasis in a sea of concrete, our evergreen-lined patio is the place to be. The Prairie Ink Patio will be open every day from the May long weekend to the September long weekend, weather permitting.
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