This post isn’t so much about food. It is the retelling of the adventure that brought me to my newest, food-intensive home on a farm in Cobble Hill on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia. It’s been a while since I have written. I’ve been busy. I’ll refrain from apologizing, but I assure you there are many food-related posts to come as I explore a new region, new skills, and a novel existence on the farm. Stay tuned!
- No Alligator Fritters in the Everglades??!!
- Road Trip Christmas
- It’s tea time for the Cowichan Valley
- Large Black Pigs ~ Why heritage breeds matter.
- The Art of Collecting Eggs
- Cross-Continental Road Trip! With mushrooms, of course.
- Wolfville Farmer’s Market – One Brick at a Time
- Greenwich, Nova Scotia Rezoning and the Future of Farmland in the Annapolis Valley
- Market Central, and What’s Glaringly Wrong with the World.
- Our five minutes of fame… god help us.
- The Gift that Keeps on Quacking
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