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Hearth was born out of a love for Saskatchewan and all it has to offer. Having the opportunity to give back to this place and its people is humbling.




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“The good word about co-chefs and owners Thayne Robstad and Beth Rogers had spread long before Hearth officially opened its doors this past summer. In less than half a year, Hearth has become a go-to place to truly embrace Saskatchewan’s unique terroir through a dinner.”

The globe and mail

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“More than anything, this is a great example of serving something so familiar, but inventive at the same time where it can appeal to both an unadventurous diner and a person looking for something more creative.”


Chanterelle Mushrooms: Jewels from Northern Saskatchewan Forests

“Beth Rogers and Thayne Robstad have been foraging mushrooms for years. The couple opened Hearth Restaurant in Saskatoon in 2018, a place that highlights the province’s unique local food bounty in chef-focused dishes, often with ingredients they foraged.”

the star phoenix


Meet the Country’s Next Guard of Culinary Stars

"Saskatoon has a culinary scene propelled by these energetic chefs, who are redefining Prairie cuisine in a thoughtful, unpretentious way."


The Prairie Grid Dinner Series: Set-up stumbles and staying cozy in Saskatoon

“Rogers and Robstad outdo themselves with the main course, an artfully plated braised beef short rib with squash puree, compressed squash ribbons and sauerkraut perogies, topped with chanterelles and beet powder."


New Faces New Places: Serving Saskatchewan on a Plate

“It’s kind of a mix of our food memories as children and a lot of local ingredients smashed together so it fits the diner that lives here.”

the star phoenix




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