While most restaurants boast a farm-to-table philosophy, true farm-to-table restaurants and experiences, backed by a farmer, aren’t all that common in Saskatchewan.
Meal kits are nothing new, but two Regina sisters are sharing their passion for home-cooked meals with an innovative take on the service.
What do you get when you cross a Wagyu bull with a Holstein heifer? Some darn good beef, that’s what! And two dairy farmers are introducing this new product to palates across the Prairies.
It’s a farm-to-glass story of the finest prairie order: craft beer made with barley grown and malted in Saskatchewan. And, just to tie it all together, the barley variety was developed by the University of Saskatchewan.