The Land of the Living Sky ; big and blue during the day, studded with a million stars at night. Saskatchewan's wind whipped wheat fields shine golden under a prairie sky where home cookin' and wholesome food is a tradition.
Saskatoon, Regina and Moose Jaw's contemporary chefs offer prairie cuisine with a modern twist. There's a good chance you'll taste Saskatoon Berry pie, too. But there's more. In northern lake country Pickerel and Lake Trout are on the menu. And south, in cattle country, a hard days work means big appetites appeased with lots of comfort food. You can even experience the essence of the old west with a modern Buffalo Burger.
Saskatchewan is ethnic food, too. Early Ukrainian, Polish, and German settlers brought their traditional cuisine, and you'll find plenty of it at the many fall fowl suppers in the small towns and villages across the province. At the inspirational Waneskewin Plains Indian Centre, just outside Saskatoon, traditional bannock and buffalo are on the menu. Like its geography, wide, open and inviting, Saskatchewan's people will make you feel welcome, as will the hearty traditional foods of down-to-earth prairie folk.