[Update: There is a new order deadline of October 6 so you’ve got a little more time!] You’ve heard a lot about my friend Jenn on both this blog and on my photography blog. She’s pretty awesome. Jenn’s been organizing happy organic meat pools for her friends for several years, and these meat pools have
One of the most interesting (and healthy) things that we are doing this summer is eating a ton of fresh local organic vegetables. The best way to do this? Why through a farm box (or community supported agriculture/csa) program of course! We’ve signed up with Crisp Organics (formerly the Arkestyeyn-Vogler Family Farm) from Abbotsford, run
Good morning friends—both old and new—I’m so excited I could just about burst! If you are new here (and I have a sneaking suspicion that lots of you are today), welcome! If you are a regular, you might be wondering just what is going on… well, I have great news: I made the top 12
Yesterday evening I stopped by Make It! Vancouver for some shopping and snacking. If you haven’t heard of Make It!, well, it’s not your grandma’s craft show. The vibe at the show is funky, hip and modern very different from you traditional granny craft show!(not that there is anything wrong with that) Music is performed
My in-laws gave me an awesome present for my 29th birthday: Le Creuset Mini Cocottes. If you know me well, you’ll know that I’m much (much) to cheap to ever buy anything that nice for myself, so it was an extra sweet birthday gift! They are beautiful pieces of art, in my favourite bright and
Today, I’m going to tell you about one of my favourite places in Toronto. The St. Lawrence Market. I love it. It feels like a little taste of not North America right smack in the middle of North America. When I ultimately leave Toronto, the St. Lawrence Market will be a thing that I miss.