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Category Archives: Saskatoons
Preserve up the bounty of sweet summer saskatoon berries in jars of glistening saskatoon jelly. A special ingredient helps enhance the berries’ natural flavour. (Skip to recipe) I’m heading off to my parents’ cabin, and before I go I want … Continue reading
If you’re lucky enough to be within arm’s reach of a saskatoon berry bush or two (or you’ve got a stash in the freezer), you can celebrate their short but sweet season with some fantastic baked goods – like these … Continue reading
Luscious prairie fruits turn this version of Eton Mess into a unique and special dessert. I turned around, blinked a few times, and my saskatoon bushes went crazy. Our drought this year has been hard on gardens and crops, and … Continue reading
A delicious saskatoon dessert recipe reminiscent of old fashioned fruit cobblers. No, that title does not describe how you feel at about three o’clock in the afternoon after picking saskatoons in the heat for the whole day. It describes a … Continue reading
It’s easy to make up a batch of tasty saskatoon juice from those unique saskatoon berries. Also – my mom’s handy dandy way to easily clean saskatoons! I’m at the tail end of our saskatoon picking – with purple fingers … Continue reading
A bowl of sweet and fruity Saskatoon Ice Cream will make you happy, whether you pick a pail of plump, ripe saskatoon berries or raid the pantry and freezer. How can you tell I’ve been on on ice cream kick … Continue reading
Ahhhh, the wedding is over (it was wonderful!) and the last bits and baubles are cleaned up. Now all that’s left is to replay it in our minds and smile at the happy memories. My wedding-cake-baking-project was a success (more … Continue reading
The Canadian Food Experience Project (July) The Canadian Food Experience Project began June 7, 2013. As we, the participants, share our collective stories across the vastness of our Canadian landscape through our regional food experiences, we hope to bring global clarity to … Continue reading