Good and Cheap (potentially the most amazing cookbook ever)

So, this evening, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, when I found this: the story of the most amazing cookbook ever. According to her website, foodstudies scholar Leanne Brown created the cookbook Good and Cheap to be a useful, use-able and beautiful cookbook "for people with limited incomes, particularly those on a $4/day food stamps budget." In... Continue Reading →

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

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 →

Veggie Tales

Hey Folks, so a really quick update on local food: today I drove past this tiny, little brown shack on the side of the highway that supposedly sells the best and cheapest vegetables around Tatamagouche. So--here's some quick directions, and a picture of my shopping. I got a pound of parsnips, a pound of tomatoes,... Continue Reading →

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