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Yes, 5 years of Eat These Words. Another stellar meal is planned and we hope it will be a sell out.
Join us on Sunday, May 28 at Le Relais. 103, 308 – 4 Avenue N
- Whitefish Liver Pate on Red Fife Bannock Crostini
- Birch Smoked Pickerel Roe
- Elegance Greens with Spruce Tip Vinaigrette
- Wild Rose Petal and Carrot Mostarda
- Gin Pickled Asparagus
- Cattail Pollen Popcorn
Northern Saskatchewan Wild and Locally Grown Mushroom, Sunchoke and Pecorino Stuffed Pasta served with Local Sage Scented Brown Butter
Mixed meats in the style of Bollito Misto on a bed of Red Lentils served with Eggplant, Red Onion, Zucchini, and Tomatoes.
Thyme Infused Saskatchewan Low Bush Cranberry Sorbet with Wild SK Hazelnut Biscotti and Milk Chocolate Ganache
Thanks to chefs, volunteers and donors:
Contributing Local Producers:
Wally’s Urban Market Garden; 3 Farmers; Floating Gardens; Prairie Sun Orchard; The Canadian Birch Company; Diefenbaker Seed Processors LTD.; Farm Meats Naturally, a.k.a. Andre & Roseanne Denis; Paddockwood Brewery; Night Oven Bakery; Ecobain Gardens; Simpkins Market Garden; Living Sky Winery; Maduro Coffee Co.
dee Hobsbawn-Smith; Touchwood Editions, Amy Jo Ehman; Nosh Eatery &Tap; Bill’s House of Flowers; The Better Good; Noelle Chorney; Loiselle Organic Farm; The Night Oven; Chef Darren Craddock, Riverside Country Club; Rachel Engler-Stringer; The Hollows; Jerry Haigh, DVM; Ingredients.
SaskBooks; Hagios Press; Thistledown Press; Coteau Books; U of R Press; Touchwood Editions; Dave Margoshes; dee Hobsbawn-Smith; Amy Jo Ehman; Carla Braidek; Rachel Engler-Stringer; Sarah Galvin; Taryn Goff; Steven Maier; Fresh Dish Catering; Turning the Tide; Nosh Eatery; Bill’s House of Flowers; The Better Good; Three Farmers; Jenni Willems; Christie’s Mayfair Bakery; The Night Oven Bakery; Loiselle Family Organic Farm; Black Fox Spirits & Farm; Over the Hill Orchard; Ingredients; The Hollows; Earthbound Bakery; SaskMade Marketplace; Carole Gallagher
Taryn Goff, Nicole Atkings, Carole Gallagher, Amy Jo Ehman, Ken Neuman, Glenda Abbott, Sarah Galvin, Brooklyn Belair, Adrianna Remlinger
Terra Madre 2016 Delegate:
Snail Trail Designer:
U of S MFA in WRITNG Poets:
- Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems in Canada
- Access to Good, Clean and Fair Food for All (a conversation with food banks in British Columbia).
- Slow Food USA Global School Garden Project
- Young Farmers Producing Good, Clean & Fair Food
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Under Events, you’ll find specific details on our Slow doings in and around Saskatoon.
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