When I announced we were doing this challenge, a friend told me she wanted to hear about our budget for this project which I thought was a great idea. Often times I've thought I would eat more local if I could only afford it, and I know many others who have said the same thing.... Continue Reading →
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 →
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, this post was suggested to me by my partner, Nicole, who has listened to me lament about this topic for a few weeks now. Before Nicole and I started our respective jobs, we lived together in an apartment in Halifax. Now, she's in the Annapolis Valley, and I'm 2 1/2 hours away on the... Continue Reading →