GoBarley Serves up a Winner for Cookbook Awards

They came; they cooked; they conquered. Go Barley: Modern Recipes for an Ancient Grain was recently named the Canadian winner for “Best Historical Recipes Book” by the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Every year, the judges receive thousands of submissions for cookbooks and wine ...

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Bridesmaid no more: Getting Canadians to say, “I do” to barley

By: Sydney Duhaime As the saying goes, always the bridesmaid, never the bride. This phrase is not normally associated with barley; however in recent years, this ancient grain has taken a backseat. “Consumers often forget about barley. Traditional grains like wheat, and trendy grains like quinoa ...

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Linda in the Kitchen: Slow Cooker Chicken Barley Chili

It’s that time of year again! Seeding time is in full swing and farmers are getting ready to grow some more delicious barley. To keep farmers fuelled, it’s important to have meals on the go that are wholesome and filling. Our Slow-Cooked Chicken Barley Chili is the perfect combination for ...

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GoBarley at Seoul Food 2014

The Barley Council of Canada’s (BCC) public relations coordinator Caitlan Carver was on site in South Korea at Seoul Food 2014 to spread the word about barley’s health benefits! Click on the above video to view the entire barley adventure in South Korea.

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South Korea: A burgeoning barley market

The Barley Council of Canada’s (BCC) public relations coordinator Caitlan Carver was on site in South Korea at Seoul Food 2014 to spread the word about barley’s health benefits! Here is an inside look into what the show had to offer. Barley’s health benefits are helping people worldwide. As a ...

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