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August/September Giveaway

Hope everyone is having a good summer!

With summer holidays and a bunch of staff training we are a bit behind with our giveaways. For the next 5 weeks you can enter to win an even bigger prize pack than usual - $150. Help us support other local businesses and events by liking and sharing our posts. Let's promote and help each-other!

The winner will receive 2 tickets to the Premier Showcase plus more! (I'll get a picture up ASAP so you can see what you're winning!)

Click HERE to enter our draw - answer one EASY question.

Click HERE to browse the SaskMade store! See what other Saskatchewan products we proudly sell.

***  Remember to come back next month and enter again. Each month you enter = another entry for the grand prize draw made in early 2018!

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June's Family Fun Day Giveaway

So far, we've really celebrated Saskatchewan food & drink in our 12 Months of Giveaways. This month I want to #supportlocal Saskatchewan attractions.

We are giving away 2 family passes to Kinsmen Park, plus some treats to take along for the day. All you'll need is some H20!

Click HERE to enter our draw.

Click HERE to browse the SaskMade store! See what other Saskatchewan products we proudly sell.

***  Remember to come back next month and enter again. Each month you enter = another entry for the grand prize draw made in early 2018!

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A New Face in the Store...Meet Chef Jenni

 

 

I can't remember a time when I wasn't fascinated by food. Fish, berries and wild rice were bountiful in the boreal forests and lakes of Northern Saskatchewan, where I spent my childhood. Blueberries surrounded our home north of La Ronge, free for the picking and pie making! Visits to friends' trap lines yielded valuable teachings on edible plants and forest products. 

A four year stint as a ski hill employee, live in nanny and summer time fresh fruit vendor in Jasper, Alberta provided experience living on a tight budget, cooking for the diverse dietary needs of a family and appreciating the relationship between growers and consumers. 

Saskatchewan drew me back as the best place to raise a young family. For extra income and to satisfy my love of cooking, I sold soup and baked goods at the Prince Albert Farmer's Market, often with a baby on my back or in the stroller. 

In 2005, I opened a New Ground Cafe in the small farming community of Birch Hills, serving fair trade coffee and sourcing local ingredients for dishes with global flavour. The producers were my friends, neighbours and customers. 

Sask Made Marketplace became my "go to" place to for local ingredients once I moved to Saskatoon to start Chef Jenni Cuisine in 2012. The friendly, knowledgeable staff are always a bright spot in my busy catering day. 

I'm so happy to have joined the Sask Made team as assistant manager and culinary consultant. Come say hi and I'll try not to talk your ear off about what you can create in the kitchen with our incredible selection of produce, meats and other pantry items! 

 

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