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Thanksgiving and autumn

We give thanks for the harvest with traditional celebrations and feasts. Whether in your home, as a guest with others, or attending any of our province's fine community fall suppers, we wish you many Blessings during this harvest time.

With traditional celebrations come traditional foods. At Tall Grass we have pumpkins a-plenty! We make:

  • Deep dish pumpkin pie
  • Pumpkin cheesecake
  • Pumpkin loaves
  • Pumpkin muffins

And then there's our local fruit pies – apple, prairie fruit, and Saskatoon rhubarb.

Are you the host this year? Or perhaps you need a hostess gift. Check out Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen. We have:

  • Grass Roots crackers
  • Dips and spreads
  • Chutneys, salsas and sauces
  • Pickles – almost any kind you can imagine
  • Ready meals to heat and eat at home or contribute to your gathering

And of course our wide variety of breads are all about local and organic.

Our Tall Grass co-owner Tabitha Langel continues to be the voice on our new commercials on Winnipeg's Classic 107 FM station. Whether you love classical or jazz, we hope to connect with you during your listening time!

Hot meals at Grass Roots

Come to the kitchen! – that's Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen, where we're introducing hot meals, hearty and ready to eat. Our daily features include both a meat and a vegetarian dish, selected from a wide variety of delicious, traditional recipes. We make them daily, so come by and give one a try. Depending on the day, our featured items might include:
  • Half-pint black bean chili
  • Shepherd's pie, made with local organic bison
  • Chickpea potato stew
  • Mac and cheese
  • Turkey pot pie
  • Vegetarian or bison lasagne
  • Three-rice pilaf
  • and more…
Also at Grass Roots, check out our fine selection of heat-and-eat foods, to take home. Choose from:
  • Hearty oven-ready meals
  • Wholesome gourmet soups
  • Baba's perogies
Also add to your table with house-made salads, preserves, Nature's Farm noodles, and lots more.

Local food. Made from scratch.

Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen is part of the Tall Grass family

If you can't, we can!

Who has the time for traditional canning, the way Granny did it? We do!

At Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen we follow the time-honoured steps to bring you delicious local canning from the farm to the table. Come and watch us at Grass Roots in The Forks Market as we bring you this prairie custom. At Grass Roots, we are preserving more than food. We are preserving a heritage.
Try these delicious choices:
  • Apple and wild cranberry jam
  • Manitoba saskatoon jam
  • Apricot sunrise jam
  • Homestyle apple sauce
  • Rhubarb apple chutney
  • Salsas (mild, medium, or hot)
  • Homestyle dill pickles
  • Bread and butter pickles
  • Pickled beets
  • and much, much more! 

A selection of our canned items are also available at Tall Grass in Wolseley, 859 Westminster Avenue, 
and Tall Grass at The Forks Market.


Our hours

Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company in Wolseley (859 Westminster)

  • Mondays through Fridays 7 AM - 6 PM
  • Saturdays 7 AM - 5 PM
  • Sundays and all holidays - CLOSED

Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company at The Forks Market

  • OPEN every day, 7 days a week*
  • Mondays through Thursdays 7 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Fridays 7 AM - 9 PM
  • Saturdays and Sundays 7 AM - 6:30 PM

Grass Roots Prairie Kitchen at The Forks Market

  • OPEN every day, 7 days a week*
  • Mondays through Thursdays 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Fridays 9:30 AM - 9 PM
  • Saturdays and Sundays 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM

* All Forks Market locations

  • During July and August, we are open later, until 9 PM, every day except Sundays (6:30 PM).
  • We are open most holidays except for the following days:
    • Remembrance Day (November 11)
    • Christmas Day (December 25)
    • Boxing Day (December 26)
    • New Years Day (January 1)

This page updated May, 2018


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