THE PIG AND PANTRY IS A CRAFT BUTCHER SHOP THAT EXCEEDS EVERY STEP OF THE PROCESS TO SURPASS THE QUALITY, TASTE AND CREATIVITY OF TRADITIONAL BUTCHER SHOP OFFERINGS.
WE OFFER THE BEST LOCAL, NATURAL AND ETHICALLY RAISED MEAT POSSIBLE AND ALSO CREATE AND HANDCRAFT UNIQUE NEW PRODUCTS. WE EMPLOY A ‘NOSE TO TAIL’ PHILOSOPHY UTILIZING EVERY PART OF THE ANIMAL.
AS A CHEF RUN BUTCHER SHOP WE BRING A PERSPECTIVE TO BUTCHERY THAT IS COMPLETELY UNIQUE TO THE INDUSTRY, AND IT SHOWS IN OUR PRODUCTS.
Our butcher shop sources our meat from the best local farms in Saskatchewan and only farms that meet our criteria are selected. A short supply chain ensures availability, price and makes sure everyone gets Saskatchewan fair price standards. Find out why this makes a big difference in taste, the environment our local economy and more.
WHERE TO FIND US
523 – 20th St W, Saskatoon, SK
Ph: (306) 665-0225
There is lots of parking on 20th street in front of our butcher shop and neighbouring side streets. Stop in quick, drop a quarter or use the ‘Park n go’ app and you’ll be in and out in 5-10 minutes usually.
THE STORY OF THE PIG & PANTRY
This is Jordan Lohneis, chef, butcher and founder of Pig & Pantry and when most of the rest of us were watching Saturday morning cartoons he was in the family kitchen experimenting with recipes he saw on Urban Peasant. Luckily for us, he’s learned a lot since then.
For this Saskatoon native those early experiments laid the foundation for a culinary adventure that took him straight out of high school and into professional kitchens throughout the city, and then around the world. From pizza parlours and hotel cafes to renowned Michelin starred restaurants in the heart of London, England, Jordan has continuously honed his craft.
Jordan returned to Saskatoon in 2013, where he helped open the acclaimed Ayden Kitchen & Bar and aided in the development of their legendary charcuterie program.
Throughout his travels one thing become very clear to Jordan: the best food starts with the best ingredients. Working in restaurants gave him access to the best local products, produce and meat, but finding the same quality ingredients to cook with at home was almost impossible. Thus was born The Pig & Pantry.
Starting off in a church kitchen with a tiny little cooler and basic Bradley smoker, Jordan focussed on making high quality, handmade products using local partners and ethically raised livestock to make globally inspired artisanal goodies for everyone.
A few years – and a lot of sausages – later Jordan opened the doors to his new butcher shop in the heart of Saskatoon.