Welcome to this issue’s installment of the hit series “Kienan’s Nourishment Reviews.”
‘Toontown is at it again with some new food destinations.
The new food guide emphasizes healthy eating habits, variety and plants.
Food Centre volunteer shortage creates challenges for its users.
Though the Woodfire Grill has closed its doors, its venue and much of its food selection live on through Stacked Burger Bar — which will have its official opening at the end of October.
Madison Taylor Culture Editor Residents of Saskatoon have satisfied their sweet tooths at Homestead since 1978, sampling a mind-boggling assortment of soft and hard ice cream flavours ranging from classics such as vanilla and cookie dough to headscratchers like dill pickle and Guinness. But did you know that Homestead also serves brunch? From 9 a.m.…
Though it only just opened its doors this May, the Odd Couple has already created quite the buzz around town.
Located on Avenue C in Saskatoon’s Riversdale area, The Hollows provides a unique dining experience in an environment where the past meets the present.
With its vintage warehouse appearance and cozy, eclectic vibe, it would be completely excusable to confuse Little Bird Patisserie & Café with the loft apartment of a European artist — that is, if the artist also happened to specialize in the baking of mouth-watering French pastries.
In the past, fine food was often paired with fine wine. In recent years, though, beer has taken over the liquor market and has become a sophisticated beverage to cook with.