Wild Leeks and the Ethics of Foraging

Last Saturday, I attended a half-day workshop on foraging local food at the Wallace Museum.  It was an amazing workshop mostly because of the people who were there--there were, of course, people from all over the North Shore, but there were people from the Annapolis Valley and the South Shore, people from Cape Breton, and even... Continue Reading →

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You had me at Charcuterie…

Heaven. That's what eating Chef/Sommelier Claude Aucoin's Prosciutto was like. Let me back up--on December 6th, Nicole celebrated her birthday/first anniversary of her ordination to the priesthood, and so we decided to do something special. We'd heard that Sugar Moon Farm was hosting one of their amazing chef's nights that night, and so we figured what... Continue Reading →

An Afternoon Jaunt in Malagash

Our household has suddenly become twice as big in the past week--my parents are visiting us from Alberta until just after Thanksgiving--and as such, we've been eating (and drinking!) much more than we normally do as we enjoy each others' company. Today we decided to take a drive down to Malagash to show them the... Continue Reading →

I’m Full of It!

So, this is the first installment of (hopefully!) many more blog posts about all things food (and perhaps just my own culinary food adventures) in and around the Northumberland Shore area of Nova Scotia. I've just recently moved from Halifax to Denmark, Nova Scotia to work as a United Church minister in the Tatamagouche area,... Continue Reading →

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