This is a special edition of Things to Inspire because I turn 35 this Sunday. To say I am excited for the next season of my life is an understatement. I am set to explode from my chrysalis. Over the ten months, in a state of sobriety, I have been on a steady diet of … Continue reading Five Things to Inspire: Self Love
I am really excited for this upcoming garden season. I am always excited about Spring (today I was actually tidying my snowy herb garden in winter gloves), but this year feels different. Mat and I have spent the last ten years learning how to grow and preserve food, expanding and learning more every year. In … Continue reading 10 Plants to Grow for an Anti-Inflammatory Diet
I’m back. And I have so much to tell you. For the past five and a half years I’ve been deep in the frenetic, slow, joyful, depleting, isolating, transformative phase of self-discovery that is birthing and raising young children. There wasn’t much time for blogging, though there were a few false starts. I became a … Continue reading Here I am.
I can’t get enough of greens. Green food revitalizes me. Green also happens to be my favourite colour. I am so pleased that my daughter adores green food, too. She loves broccoli, peas, beans – she even eats raw kale and chard from the garden. A girl after my own heart. The other week I needed … Continue reading All Things Green and Good
Today my very good friend Jenn and I crossed the LaHave River with our babes to enjoy the Lunenburg Farmer’s Market. Jenn is one of my favourite food excursion companions – we both love to eat and we get excited about the same things. Today it was inoculated mushroom logs and some beautiful radicchio that hardly … Continue reading I love little fishes, don’t you?
Lately I’ve been feeling a bit uninspired in the culinary realm. Yes, I did just start a food blog. Yes, winter has finally come to an end – in fact, summer will arrive in less than two weeks. Things are growing, farmer’s markets are popping up everywhere and the Internet is exploding with seasonal recipes. … Continue reading Back to Basics