A skewed understanding of pumpkins

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted a blog. I really don’t have much of a good reason. Except that I’ve been busy changing. I recently got married, moved provinces* and I’ve sought and acquired temporary employment. So please excuse the lateness of this post. I’m currently thinking of retooling things around here. So it might look, or at least feel a little different … Continue reading A skewed understanding of pumpkins

The Brooklyn Warehouse: why I love Halifax local

The Brooklyn Warehouse is a rare restaurant that it keeps evolving in its quality. They’ve grown everything from their dining area to their menu and have been part of the delicious food revolution that has been happening. Note, I didn’t say foodie revolution – because The Brooklyn Warehouse doesn’t explore food as a fashion but as a passion. You can see this in everything they … Continue reading The Brooklyn Warehouse: why I love Halifax local

Food Tastes Better Than Chemicals

After moving too far from the Seaport Farmer’s Market in Halifax I bought a share in Taproot Farms, a family farm that cultivates its land in the Annapolis Valley. They offer a year-long share program that anyone can buy into. You purchase a share to help sustain the farm and then every week they provide you with a variety of foods. Buying food from a … Continue reading Food Tastes Better Than Chemicals