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Monthly Archives: November 2010
I am the biggest fan of polenta. If it’s on the menu at a restaurant then I order it. But I have to admit I’ve never been much good at cooking it…until recently. A few months ago I discovered Russ … Continue reading
When I first started blogging I was quite concerned about posting on topics at the right time of year (see how almost five months of blogging makes me a pro 😉 ). I thought if I posted a seasonal … Continue reading
We had a glorious mid-Spring weekend with great big blue cloud-less skies and lovely warmth. Perfect weather for wandering through neighbourhoods. This time, I have photos of two small “through the fence posts”. Both had tiny little front gardens with … Continue reading
:: Little bits of summer are starting to show themselves at our farmers’ market. I bought our usual orange haul (to last us two weeks) and then discovered my favourite stone fruit farmers had arrived at the market for the … Continue reading
My crème fraiche turned out as an example of the most delicious scrumptiousness. I am completely in love and addicted. Why did I not start making it years ago? It is sooo yummy and soo easy to make. Get yourself … Continue reading
The term urban farmer resonates deeply within me. Linking to concepts like sustainability and self-sustaining food production. Recently I’ve been starting to wonder if I could call myself an urban farmer. And that is where my confusion starts. What exactly … Continue reading