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11
Jan

Recipe: Big Weekend Breakfast

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Nothing beats a big weekend breakfast! We used to love hitting up our favourite spots for a luxurious brunch…and then we had children. While they love brunch foods, they don’t love long lines or waiting to eat. Now, we usually make a big weekend breakfast at home, but it’s every bit as good, and we […]

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14
Dec

Producer Profile: Prairie Meats

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They’ve been a name in Saskatoon for over 30 years, and now Prairie Meats has come to Regina! In addition to cuts of all-natural Prairie Angus beef in their stores, they smoke and cure meats in-house at their Saskatoon shop…including bacon. Oooo, bacon…. This family-owned business focuses on quality and service, making them a pleasure […]

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07
Dec

Recipe: The Dinner Everyone Actually Ate

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The Dinner That Everyone Ate We have young kids, and supper can be…challenging. The easiest meals to serve are usually ones that can be served in their separate components, knowing full well that some items will be left untouched. So, last week, it was a remarkable evening when we made this menu, everyone cleaned their […]

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30
Nov

Recipe & Profile: nVigorate Sea Buckthorn Berries

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Have you eaten a sea buckthorn? These tiny, tart berries are nutrient-packed powerhouses that have an ideal balance of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, and are also high in magnesium, calcium and zinc. So, they’re good for you – but what do they taste like? Sea buckthorn flavour is described as “tart and tropical” […]

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30
Nov

Producer Profile: Cheang’s Sinofood

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If you’ve visited Cheang’s table at the Farmer’s Market, it doesn’t take long to fall in love with authentic Dim Sum that’s hand made. We’re very pleased to be able to offer Cheang’s Sinofood in our store as well! “Chinese cuisine has a long and varied history,” says co-owner Paddy Cheang. “Different styles contribute to […]

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16
Nov

Producer Profile: Wood’s Body Goods

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Welcome back to Producer Profiles! We’re very pleased to welcome Wood’s Body Goods to our brand new Bath & Body section of the store. You can clean up right with their natural soaps and cosmetics made right here in Saskatchewan. Wood’s features gentle, natural scents and quality ingredients that all come together to make a […]

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09
Nov

Recipe: Perfect Roast Chicken

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Southland Colony whole roasting chickens are always on our top seller list, and that’s because they are miles away from the sad little birds sold on styrofoam trays. Weighing about six pounds, this is a chicken dinner you will truly enjoy, with enough left over to enjoy again! Add to your order: 1 Southland Colony […]

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02
Nov

RECIPE: Simple French Lentils

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Simple French Lentils Recipe (Serves 4 – 6 as a side) Versatile pulses are great sources of fibre and protein, and they can make themselves at home in almost any style of dish you create.We love this one because it’s an easy and delicious way to get lentils on your plate! There are many variations […]

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26
Oct

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds (Recipe)

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This is it, the humble pumpkin’s time to shine! When you’re about to carve a wicked jack-o-lantern, don’t forget about a great once-a-year treat when you’re up to your elbows in pumpkin guts: roasted pumpkin seeds. This year we have two wonderful varieties of pumpkins: the very large Mrs. Wrinkles from Fresh from the Garden, […]

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19
Oct

Local & Fresh Beef Stew (Recipe)

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There’s nothing better than a comforting beef stew to warm you through on cold days – this one is a family recipe that freezes well, if you have any leftovers. We like to serve it with a classic baking powder biscuit fresh from the oven! Beef Stew (Serves 4) Add these to your order: 1.5 […]

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