Food & Creativity
At ultra-local Café Terra in Eastend, Stephen Girard and Shon Profit want to put people in touch with their food. more
Saskatchewan's settler women generally haven't been celebrated for their contributions to the province's evolution but we can pay homage to them through traditional recipes. more
When Sue Nicholson's father returned from Swift Current after his deployment there during the Second World War, he craved coconut cream pie, "an elusive recipe" Sue and her mother could never seem to perfect. more
There’s nothing quite like wild boar meat. While wild boar is technically a pig, it has a distinct taste, texture, and colour compared to the pork you’ll find in the grocery store. more
If you were single around the time when electrification came to Saskatchewan you might have received a Penny Powers cookbook from the Saskatchewan Power Corporation. Here are some picks from that collection. more
Whitefish used to be a popular dish on the prairies. Revisit this versatile food with an easy-to-adapt recipe. more
Inspired by Christalee Froese’s article “True Mex Cuisine in Vibank,” we sought out more Mexican cusisine from the Oaxacan state, and stumbled upon this stick-to-your-ribs soup. more
Saskatchewan loves its beer. From the award-winning Great Western Brewery, to the many microbreweries that have popped up since the early 2000s, we know what we like to drink. more
Some of our favourite recipes.
Inspiring articles about food producers and creators in Saskatchewan.