Sun Tea from Oliver Farms

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 →

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This is IncrEdible

So, this post is a little bit different from the other posts so far. Although I've classified it as a "food road trip" this road trip hasn't really happened yet, but I'm encouraging all of you to make the trip, if you can. What am I talking about? Well, this Sunday, from 11am-2pm, Bonnyman House Tearoom... Continue Reading →

Shack-a-lak

Well, Penny may be the one who's 'full of it' (erm, or not...) but today, it was her schedule that was full.  So, I decided to be a guest writer on this great blog. Hiya.  Nicole here.  It was a day of dramatic skies in Malagash & Tatamagouche and bicyling between the two towns, I... 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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