This week's food inspiration comes to you directly from the sun! How could anyone not love Sun Tea? It's honest to God the easiest way to make iced tea during the spring/summer months, and when you have the option of using local tea (like I do using Oliver Farm tea) it makes it even nicer. So... Continue Reading →
Nova Scotia Farmer's Markets have an amazingly positive impact on our local communities! Check out the report released last Thursday by the Farmers' Markets of Nova Scotia to find out more!
So, today is a blog about two lovely green things you can find just about anywhere in Nova Scotia--red raspberry leaves, and dandelions. I was turned onto red raspberry leaf tea years ago in my undergrad as a great way to curb PMS cramps (among other things). I'm not a huge fan of the straight up... Continue Reading →
So, I had meant to blog about this two weeks ago, but I realized I had lost some of my notes, and one thing led to another, so...better late than never, it's my review of the 2014 Slow Food Nova Scotia Spring Supper! 6 courses, plus fresh oysters as appetizers--I was set to be a... Continue Reading →
Welcome back readers! It's Springtime in Nova Scotia! (Which also means my cooking is becoming significantly more interesting with fresh veggies, and it's easier for me to get out and around to do some food tourism for this blog!) So, as a nod to my first blog post about the Seafoam Lavender Farm almost a... Continue Reading →