RSS

Food and Recipes

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

Coconut cream pie

Stacy Spensley, via Flickr.

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

Food & Creativity 1 Comments

Wild boar roast

Stijn Nieuwendijk via Flickr

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

Food & Creativity

Mikko Kuhna pan fried whitefish

Mikko Kuhna, via Flickr.

Whitefish used to be a popular dish on the prairies. Revisit this versatile food with an easy-to-adapt recipe. more

Food & Creativity

Craving_Bovee.jpg

Christalee Froese

A weekend taking a close look at how, what, and why you eat may be just the ticket to get out into the country this summer. more

Baked-Sting-Beans-and-Bacon-1.jpg

Amy Jo Ehman

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

Our Stories

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

Eggs Benedict Recipe

Mandy Maier

Mandy from The Creative Department shares her delicious alternative to traditional bacon - bison meat. more

Food & Creativity 1 Comments

Get a sneak peek at the Spring issue of the magazine with this recipe for Old Fashioned Beef Stew from Cool Springs Ranch. It’s the perfect way to beat the cold this February—and be sure to try the grass-fed beef from the ranch when you make it! more

Food & Creativity

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

Food & Creativity

Red Lentil Stew from Chef Jennni

SaskMade.ca

December 10 is Terra Madre Day around the world. Show your appreciation for our great province by buying locally-sourced ingredients. We've even included a delicious recipe to try! more

Food & Creativity

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

Food & Creativity 1 Comments

Camelina sativa is an innovative Saskatchewan product for folks looking for a healthy local alternative to imported cooking oil. more

Food & Creativity

Elk Chili

Amy Jo Ehman

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

Food & Creativity 1 Comments

Festive Drinks

Eilidh Thain

December is a month to celebrate. Share these festive drinks with your friends and family! more

, Food & Creativity

Devilled Eggs

Mandy Maier

Have some extra egg left over from holiday baking? Whether its eaten as a light snack or part of a meal, these little devilled eggs are a delightful treat! more

, Food & Creativity

Scones

Eilidh Thain

Forget tired, old, dry cookies! Santa will be much happier with these delicious scones! more

, Food & Creativity

nuts.jpg

Eilidh Thain

Sweet, spicy, savoury, and buttery, these nuts will disappear quickly. more

, Food & Creativity

mini-muffins-web.jpg

Eilidh Thain

These delicious bite-sized morsels are the must-have for Christmas brunch! more

, Food & Creativity

crepes2.jpg

Mandy Maier

This twist on the classic crepe will be a perfect, quick addition to your Christmas brunch! The best part is that half of it is prepared the day before! more

, Food & Creativity

2017 Christmas Promotion

Prairies North Special Double Fall/Winter Issue 2017

Prairies North Special Double Fall/Winter Issue 2017

Sign up for our FREE Prairies North newsletter

(events, news, and contests!)

The Oyster Group

CPF Acknowledgement