“Shake the hand that feeds you.” Michael Pollan Farmers markets are flourishing across the country. Meandering through the stalls of fresh vegetables and fruits, homemade bread and cakes, cheese and eggs, we are drawn into the story of humanity. Farmer markets connect us with our past, and present an optimistic alternative to a dreaded dystopian … More Farmers Markets – Celebrating Food
If you visit the North Vancouver Shipyards on a late Friday afternoon, you will encounter vivid multi-coloured food trucks cautiously navigating the narrow dockyard roads to find a space to settle. It is “set-up” time for the Shipyards Night Market event that features a marvelous variety of delectable repasts. The preparation is fascinating. Everywhere I … More The Shipyard Food Trucks
I am feeling the lightness of decluttering. I confess that my “bite-size” approach to reorganization that I spoke loftily about in my last post became more of an enormous feast that offered course after course, each more tempting than the one before. The lazy days of summer, sipping ice tea and reading a good book, … More Æbleskiver & New Journeys
It’s official! I’m on the committee for the collection of organic matter. This was not my intent when I agreed to attend the first meeting of the trial program that would be implemented in our strata community. Coming in a few minutes late and sitting in the front row was not the best strategy for … More My Commitment – Recycle Recycle Recycle!
Do you believe that a conversation can make a difference? “I think we have enough food for everyone, if we share,” I overheard a young woman say to her friends as she passed by the table where my husband & I sat in the sunshine reading the latest newspaper over coffee. What caught my attention … More If we share…