Monday, November 28, 2016
Flavourful Saskatoon, November 28, 2016
Christmas Night Market, Dec. 7
Get a head start on your Christmas shopping while listening to the music and enjoying samples from the kitchen by Chef Jenni on Dec. 7 at the Saskatoon Farmers’ Christmas Night Market.
Family Games Night @Nosh, Dec. 8
Nosh Eatery & Tap will be hosting an evening of family and friends board games from 5-8 pm on Dec. 8, Broadway’s annual late-night shop event. Specials will include kids’ meals for $6 and hot chocolate and apple cider for $2.
Garlic x 3
Meadowlark Farm will be selling sliced, minced, and powdered slow-dried garlic products using organically grown heirloom garlic from their garden.
The Griffin Takeaway will be offering a number of holiday season specials, including frozen gluten-free tourtière to take home and bake.
If you like snacking on Three Farmers’ Roasted Chickpeas, try their Pea Pops – roasted green peas flavoured with ranch, dill pickle, or sriracha.
Rutabaga Wins the Gold
A vegetarian rutabaga dish was an award winner at Gold Medal Plates in British Columbia.
Cook by Colours
Cook by Colours: For the Youngest Chefs in the Kitchen, by Saskatchewan authors Brent Currie and Jessie Jardine, sounds like a fun way to help young kids get started cooking.
Advertising to Kids
“A new report by the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) urges policy makers to implement regulation reducing children’s exposure to digital marketing of foods high in fats, salt, and sugar. . . . According to the WHO, food marketing can significantly influence children’s food and beverage preferences and choices.”
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