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breeder

1/19/2011 11:25:32 AM
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German food and stores?

I have heard there is a store in Winnipeg that sells German foods. Does anyone know the name of it or where it is?

 
 
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Caro

1/19/2011 1:04:48 PM
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German food

-http://www.crustybun.com/ (Bakery and Cafe, soo good!)  
-Riediger`s Supermarket, 188 Isabel, Winnipeg. (Mixed assortment of german products).  
-Oma`s Scnitzel Stube (Restaurant):http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/entertainment/restaurants/its-worth-the-trip-for-old-country-german-fare-104555499.html

breeder

1/19/2011 1:09:53 PM
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OMG

  
Carola said "-http://www.crustybun.com/ (Bakery and Cafe, soo good!)  
-Riediger`s Supermarket, 188 Isabel, Winnipeg. (Mixed assortment of german products).  
-Oma`s Scnitzel Stube (Restaurant):http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/entertainment/restaurants/its-worth-the-trip-for-old-country-german-fare-104555499.html "

Thank you so much, you are a godsend!!

sharp pencil

1/19/2011 1:49:11 PM
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German food and shops

I always stop at Portage Meat & Sausage Deli in Winnipeg, 1032 Portage Ave  
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0S2 (204) 775-5023

breeder

1/19/2011 3:04:20 PM
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Once again

  
sharp pencil said " I always stop at Portage Meat & Sausage Deli in Winnipeg, 1032 Portage Ave  
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0S2 (204) 775-5023 "

thank you, I will definately check all these places out my next trip in.

katwalk1909

1/19/2011 9:43:28 PM
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Obermeir's on Rosser

Have you checked out Obermeyers (spelling may not be perfect) on Rosser at Second Street? They have the best German cold cuts in the area. It was started by a retired Austrian butcher who got bored with retirement. After a decade (approximately), health problems forced him to sell the business including the recipes.  
 
They also have carried German specialties like Dominoes, Mozart Balls, cookies, canned and jarred foods from Europe.  
 
For a good German bakery, check out Kuipers or Blue Hills Bakery. Both are almost like being back in Schwarzwald.

Morriggaine

1/19/2011 10:44:14 PM
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Jun 2008
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german food

for fast food, try margo's grill in the town center peter & mag are amazing and so's the food


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