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Saskatoon by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatoon by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatoon: A History in Words and Pictures may be historical non-fiction but that doesn’t mean it’s boring. Author Amy Jo Ehman tells the history of Saskatoon picture by picture; almost every page has a historical photo and the story behind it. more

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Hakkebof by Amy Jo Ehman

Amy Jo Ehman, Out of Old Saskatchewan Kitchens

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

Food & Creativity

Well known food writer Amy Jo Ehman has released a recipe book entitled "From Old Saskatchewan Kitchens". This is a fascinating overview of the varied Saskatchewan ethnic food traditions that arrived with the settlers. more

Sask Books

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Amy Jo Ehman

Traditional fats in foods are coming back as the new healthy choice. more

Our Stories

Amy Jo Ehman shares a traditional cookie recipe from the Scandinavian settlers who arrived in the early 20th century. more

History

Amy Jo Ehman shares this mouth watering winter recipe and weaves in a taste of Saskatchewan history as well. more

Food & Creativity

Soup as Medicine Bigos Soup

Amy Jo Ehman

Feel a cold coming on? Quick! Make this Bigos soup using leftover meat of any sort from your fridge. The soup will last for days - hopefully it will outlast your cold! more

Food & Creativity

Tests with canary seed for human consumption might create a new trend in healthy eating. more

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Elk Chili

Amy Jo Ehman

Finding the right local meat for your chili doesn't have to be as hard as it sounds. more

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Amy Jo Ehman

Amy Jo Ehman introduces us to Kissel's Cabbage in the Craven Valley—a tradition that was started in the 1960s and carries on today providing sour cabbage products across Canada. more

Food & Creativity

The University of Saskatchewan is known for producing some great fruit cultivars, though recently some students have turned their attention to flashy ornamentals. more

Nature

Comparatively, Saskatchewan people do not consume a lot of lentils, but as of 2010 Saskatchewan farmers grew more than half of those consumed worldwide. more

Food & Creativity

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