The textures & flavours in this cranberry barley pilaf pair beautifully with the French-inspired herbs in this mouthwatering roast chicken.
The toasted barley and wild rice topping adds a tasty crunch to this delicious barley, lentil and vegetable soup by chef Jenni Lessard.
These Soft Barley Pretzels take some time and patience, but the results are so worthwhile. Top half the pretzels with coarse salt for snacking, and the remaining half with cinnamon sugar for breakfast!
Learn ways to cook and bake with barley flour in breads, frying, pasta, muffins, quick breads, bars, and cookies.
Canadian barley farmer Brent Johnson from Saskatchewan gives us a rundown on the steps it takes to get barley from the field to the grocery store.
Farmer, Clinton Monchuk, and future farmer Kaitlyn Monchuk discuss the main uses for barley grown on the Canadian prairies.
Pull this Barley Salad with Spinach recipe out of your back pocket at a dinner party to satiate your guests and become the new chef on the block.
Sweet, tart strawberries make a delicious addition to a summer salad. If you’re taking this to a party, add nuts just before serving to keep them crunchy.
This creamy Baked Mushroom and Herb Barley Risotto is a breeze because there is no continuous stirring involved.
Barley puts the super in superfood and the ancient in ancient grain! Learn about all the various types and gain tips for cooking with it.
Few foods that can boast having a health claim. Barley has two! One from Health Canada and one from the Food and Drug Administration in the US.
Barley is high in fibre and proven to lower cholesterol. Learn about the health benefits of barley and the many ways to eat barley.
Part of the excitement of the spring is planting the crop! Ride along in the tractor while four year old explains seeding barley.
Zingy recipe for mediterranean beef and barley koftas with a lemon and tahini yogurt sauce.
Dry beans are a pulse crop rich in protein and fibre! Learn more about the varieties and how to cook them.
Lentils are a Canadian-grown success story with health and sustainability benefits. Learn more of their history & varieties.
This is the story of agriculture – how it has evolved to feed the world and allowed the human race to thrive.
We hear a lot about gluten these days and how it’s thought to have negative effect on our digestive systems. Discover what gluten is, where it hides, why it matters in our diet, and when to skip it.
In this podcast, Registered Dietitian, Carol Harrison discusses how meat protein is structured differently than plant protein.
The decision to ‘eat local’ is influenced by many factors: environmental concerns, the need for safe and healthy food, food security, food availability and much more.