Meet Jeff Burke, the owner of @brulecreekfarms, whose stone-milled flour, cold-pressed canola oil, and baking mixes have become local staples. Burke does all the planting, harvesting, milling, bagging, transporting, repairing, and building—pretty impressive for someone who didn't plan on being a farmer.
“I was just going to process flour,” he explained to writer @tiffanyjarva. But, when the price of wheat was going through the roof in 2008 and there wasn’t much around, he started growing his own.
More in the story on p.50 of our September issue, link in bio. 📸by @k.leephoto
Bannock is booming at the @thebannocklady’s new location in @my.isc. Owner Jeanette Posine—who is from Pawgwasheeng (Pays Plat First Nation)—regularly sells out of her plain, raisin, and blueberry varieties. Looking for a twist? Try her take on tacos. 😋
More in the story by @prettysu32 on p.22 of our September issue, link in bio
Photos of the food by @keegrich89, Photo of Jeanette by Rick Garrick/anishinabeknews.ca.