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Food Solidarity

Last week my bin from On The Move Organics arrived and inside was a fennel bulb. This one right here. Now, I don’t hate fennel it’s, as my beloved likes to say, just not one of my favourite things. 536 more words


This Week

Make the Farmers’ Market part of your Saturday morning routine.

This week, you will find vegetable plants, herbs and lots of flowers. We will have asparagus, lettuce, radishes, hydroponically grown tomatoes and fresh bread. 36 more words

Farmers’ Market

Interview with Brenda Potter, Sugar Maker of Potter Family Maple - Cow on a Cliff, Vermont Food Chronicles(c) 2015

     Vermont Pure Maple Syrup stands as a deliciously tantalizing icon of the Sugar Making culture of Vermont.  Families and individuals spend their lives dedicated to… 1,037 more words

Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free

It's a crazy week.

Today is day 2 home with a sick Little Man.  Not sure what the tummy issue is but it started on the weekend, we thought it was cleared up on Monday, and then reared its ugly head again on Tuesday night…just as I was getting ready for bed.  594 more words



It’s Earth Day today.

This is an idea announced 45 years ago today, here in Seattle.  It’s one of our City’s gifts to the world.   633 more words


My Pledge For World Earth Day

Today is World Earth Day! A chance to celebrate our planet and pledge to do something more to help preserve it.

World Earth Day was created in 1970 and was the idea of U.S. 231 more words


FEATURE: Grain and Dot

Brittany opened the Grain and Dot Etsy shop in January 2013. Since then, she’s made more than 1,000 sales with her “cards, prints, illustrations, typography, and everything in between for life’s little happenings.” Working out of Denver, Brittany is a self-proclaimed lover of typography, corgi addict, and admirer of all things beautiful. 21 more words

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