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Day 1: figs

The little fig tree is only a few years old, but since we’ve had the bees it’s covered in fruit; so much of it this year I don’t begrudge the birds the few they’ve pecked through the net. 150 more words

East Coast

Have SWAG, will travel.

As you’re probably aware Australia is not particularly known for its cheese. That’s not to say we don’t love our cheese, we do, and we make damn good cheese. 845 more words


A cheese that sounds suspicious...but is delicious!

This week our cheese-y adventures take us up to Norway: home to glorious mountains, trolls, trendy sweaters and….brown cheese!  What’s that you say? Brown cheese?? 268 more words


Holiday Gifts for Foodies- Day 4, Say Cheese!

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love cheese. Personally, I love runny cheese, stinky cheese, hard cheese, blue cheese, French cheese, Italian cheese, American cheese ( 324 more words

Artisanal Foods

Cannibal Island Creamery, Lori Hansen

What a pleasant surprise I had this year at the Farmers Markets to see a new face, Lori Hansen’s.  Lori has been raising goats for milk for over a decade, but this year decided to diversify her operation and put in a new creamery on her Cannibal Island ranch.  186 more words


I miss Banana Flips

I drifted into one of those snooty supermarkets, you know the kind, where they have hand-held-throughout-the-growing-season arugula for sale. Let’s call it, hmmm, “Elitist Market.” Anyway, I only went there to get four items. 155 more words

Random Thoughts

Mizithra, bah humbug

Ok — I have to admit there is some backstory to this one.

Sometime after 1969 I chanced upon a restaurant in Toronto called The Old Spaghetti Factory… 609 more words