The Manitoba Food History Project (MFH) is an evolving online resource that is the result of a collaborative project with a mission to discover the answers to how has food been produced, sold, and consumed in Manitoba and how that process has changed over time. The primary method for data collection is oral history interviews. The project is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the principal researchers are faculty based at the University of Winnipeg's Oral History Centre. The MFH employs its food history truck to collect oral histories and the University of Winnipeg will be offering a two-week field course in May 2019 in which students will conduct interviews. The MFH site includes a variety of resources visitors may enjoy perusing, which include event listings, a blog, a map with sites in which oral histories have been conducted, and a podcast series produced by the project, to name a few.