How to Make a Saskatchewan Charcuterie Board

What do you get when you combine meat, cheese and bread? Well, it could be a sandwich. Or, just add a board or box, and it’s charcuterie!

Here are some of Saskatchewan’s top food producers to help you build your very own Saskatchewan charcuterie board or grazing box:



Ottenbreit’s Meats (Grayson) 

Pine View Farms (Osler)

Pig & Pantry (Saskatoon)

Bison Ridge Farms (Prince Albert)

Smokehaus Meats & Deli (Martensville)

Cutting Edge Custom Meats (Swift Current)

Ranch House Meat Company (Shaunavon)

Hillside Food Kitchen & Farm (Duval)

Cobblestone Farm (Davidson)

Butcher Boy (Regina)

Summit Meats & Sausage (Saskatoon) 



Saskatoon Spruce (Saskatoon)

Coteau Hills Creamery (Moose Jaw)

Sunnyside Dairy (Martensville)

Red Barn Dairy (Richard)




Saltine Baking Company (Regina)

The Night Oven Bakery (Saskatoon)

Lockwood Sourdough (Manitou Beach)

Grain & Pulse Bakery Cafe (Imperial)

For those who prefer someone else to build their board for them, check out these professional charcuterists:


The Prairie Grazer (Saskatoon)

Style and Graze (Saskatoon/Regina)

Takeaway Gourmet (Regina)

The Cure Artisanal Charcuterie (Saskatoon)

Italian Star Deli (Regina)

Find everything you need at these local markets:

The Wandering Market (Moose Jaw)

Local & Fresh (Regina)

The Little Market Box (Saskatoon)