"From the province's southern grain fields to its northern boreal forests, from its city markets to its small-town diners, Saskatchewan is the humble heartland of some of the nation's most delicious food. The culmination of a summer road trip and over 150 interviews, Flat Out Delicious introduces small-scale farmers and city gardeners, beekeepers and chocolatiers, ranchers, chefs, and winemakers. Together they tell the story of Saskatchewan's unique food systems. The book is organized into seven regional chapters, with essays that delve deeper-into traditional Indigenous moose hunts, wild rice farming, chanterelles, and berry picking. With detailed maps, travel tips, and stunning photography, it's the ideal companion for a trip that involves plenty of stopping to eat Whether you're visiting for the first time or are Saskatchewan born, prepare to be surprised by the abundance of personalities and culinary experiences to be found here in the 'land of the living skies.'"-- Provided by publisher.