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Celebrating Canadian Cuisine

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  • 01/18/15--08:10: Yukon Gold Potato
  • (Solanum tuberosum) Yukon Gold is arguably one of the most successful potatoes in the world.  It is a true culinary star. Hybridizers Garnet “Gary” Johnston and Jeff Rowberry dug the first hill of legendary spuds at Agriculture Canada’s Cambridge Research Station in 1980. It took many years of research. A short time before his death […]

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  • 07/25/16--17:04: Ambrosia Apple
  • The Ambrosia apple is a home-grown original – not only is the variety a favourite among consumers, Ambrosias actually originated in British Columbia. In the early 1990s, the Mennell family in BC’s Similkameen Valley discovered a tree in Sally Mennell’s orchard which bore unusual apples. Their orchard had previously been planted with Red Delicious and […]

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    Canadian mustard is on menus globally but mustard production began in western Canada as recently a 1936 with 40 hectares grown in southern Alberta. At that time, the states of California and Montana monopolized production, but Canadian acreage increased because of higher yields and better quality. During the 1950’s and 1960’s, mustard production migrated east and […]

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  • 11/05/12--08:02: Strongfield Durum Wheat
  • (Triticum durum) Lots of dark clouds have silver linings. When a stem rust epidemic damaged much of Western Canada’s in the 1960s wheat crops, farmers did what they usually do…they innovated. Today, if there is one grain crop that Canada’s farmers are recognized for globally, it’s durum wheat.  Because of its high gluten content, durum […]

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  • 11/05/12--08:06: Roseland Barley
  • (Hordeum vulgare) When we think of barley, it usually is for good Canadian beer. And while it is still predominantly used for malting and as livestock feed, barley is finding it onto more and more tables as a substitute for rice (we don’t grow it) and also because it’s just so good for us.  Try […]

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