Lifestyle Winnipeg, MB

Good Buds Bakery: Pop up dinner

January 29, 2019

When Chef Jonathan Rahim was on Masterchef Canada, not only was city of Winnipeg excited to see one of their own on the show, the West Indian community from coast to coast couldn’t contain their excitement of seeing Ghost pepper on national television.

Since his appearance on Masterchef, the Trinidadian born chef has returned to Winnipeg, to team up with his brother Jeremy to give us Good buds bakery. The pair “has always dreamt of taking West Indian food to the next level.”-Amanda Rahim.¬†Jonathan joked in his intro to Masterchef Canada, that his interest of cooking began when his mom put him in timeout and he observed her culinary dance in the kitchen. This e-commerce bakery offers catering services fit for any occassion, and online orders of decadent desserts and tasty bites. My favourite part of Good Buds Bakery journey would have to be their infamous pop-up dinners that have taken Winnipeg by storm.

The talented team puts together a 5 course meal exquisite culinary experience that brings you the heat of the Caribbean in the dead of winter. You can expect a little bit of Jerk, some curry, and Trinidads top street food: Doubles.

While your taste buds are entertained by the bold Caribbean flavours, the sweet pan music will whisk you away to warmer days with sand between your toes. Now that you are salivating at the thought of warm weather and good food, the next pop up event is around the corner Feb 16, 2018 at Glendale Golf and Country club. Grab your foodie friends, your valentines, your parents, your neighbour, or go solo but get your tickets before they are gone.

I’ll be there with my foodie pants on, you know the ones with the extra elastic around the waist, will you?

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