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Volume 22 Issue 1
May/June 2016

Late Spring Garden Edibles

Falling in Love with Nature in the City
Visit NatureCity Festival May 24–29, 2016

Over the Hill Orchards Owners Offer Local Nutritious Organic Products

Living Off the Grid in Saskatchewan

Garden Tower: Grow Your Own Food Year Round

The Unanticipated: Digital Stress
Could This Be Our Modern Achilles’ Heel?

Made with Love Presents Living Sky Café

What Does It Mean to be a Spiritual Seeker?

Editorial

Made with Love Presents Living Sky Café
In the Former Mendel Art Gallery Building in Saskatoon

by Taylor Morrison
Taylor Morrison


As a family owned and operated café, we pride ourselves on using fresh and wholesome ingredients. We make everything from scratch, including our baked goods, soups, salad dressings, and even the syrups for our specialty coffees.

The fare that we serve is food that we would cook at home—warming soups and hearty sandwiches, light and tasty salads and a quaint but pleasing breakfast menu. We sell Pilgrim Coffee, which is made by local coffee roasters who provide us with our very popular espresso. Many of their coffees are fair trade and organic. We also have an amazing selection of teas, and we make home-made iced tea and lemonade in the summer months. We feature art from some amazing local artists as well as hand-made jewelry from British Columbia.

We have several options for gluten free, lactose free, and vegetarian customers, as well as those who are needing food on the go. We provide dine in, take out, and delivery. We do small catering (great for corporate lunches or small gatherings) and are also open to hosting private events in the evenings. Our website (www.mwlfoods.ca) has an extensive list of menu items and catering information.

The café space speaks for itself, with an amazing view that overlooks the beautiful Saskatchewan River; you really can’t have a more peaceful place. The Civic Conservatory is also available for guests to enjoy their coffee and treats.

My family and team have worked hard to make the cafe into this amazing place that people come to enjoy homemade food, amazing atmosphere, and quality service. We pride ourselves on making sure that every customer has a great experience.

We also want to thank all of our wonderful customers that have continued to support us for the past year. Without you, we wouldn’t be where we are today.

Taylor Morrison and her family look forward to meeting you and serving you. For more information on the Living Sky Café, visit www.mwlfoods.ca, call (306) 975-3021, email: livingskycafe@gmail.com, or stop by 950 Spadina Cres. E, Saskatoon. The café is open every day of the week, except for statutory holidays.

 

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