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Farmers Markets & Mojitos

A visit to the Farmer’s Market is a summer Sunday tradition and the later in the season, the better it gets. Big, juicy, Okanagan peaches were proudly on display at almost every stall.  260 more words

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Some Reflections on Providential Provision

Tonight, for the first time in my life, I served a meal in which not a single ingredient (unless you count the salt and pepper) was purchased in a store. 254 more words

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Flowers in the Rain

I took an extra day off last weekend to squeeze in as much beach time as possible before summer fades into a distant memory. And, guess what? 506 more words

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Wild Berries

Berries are amazingly good for you. They’re full of anti-aging anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals and are also “juicy foods”, meaning that they are mostly water and, therefore, incredibly hydrating. 217 more words

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Harvest Lessons

It’s that time of year again, when I take stock of the bounty of my garden, harvest my carrots & beet roots, and source local food to supplement my processing and preserving production. 433 more words

Found: Canadian Fleur de Sel

What: Fleur de Sel — that most prized and expensive of salts, which is harvested by hand from the top layer of sea salt. This version, from Vancouver Island Salt Co., is made in Canada. 130 more words

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