Your Canadian Gardening Zone

Know your Canadian gardening zone and what that means. Grow Your Own Food  is an information series on gardening in Canada that will get you started on the right foot and help you every step of the way to having the garden you dream of! Whether it’s a backyard garden, community garden plot or a…

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Sugared Cranberry Bites

These stunning Sugared Cranberry Bites are a multi step process to create shop stopping appetizers for your next function or gathering! We recently did an entertaining tasting event at work. Being a produce manager my selection to choose from is quite extensive. There are so many things I could have featured. At a meeting before the…

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Lake Fever Festival of Trees Barrhead 2013

Lake Fever Festival of Trees Barrhead 2013 built and designed by award winning gingerbread builder Redawna Kalynchuk. I made a huge move at the end of summer. I landed a fabulous job in a new town and embraced the adventure. But no matter where my life takes me there are two constants. Gingerbread and raising…

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Wedding Confections by Nutmeg Disrupted

Nutmeg Disrupted Confections will work with you to create your vision and give your wedding a unique personalized touch that will elevate the experience for your guests. Let us do the work for you. .                 Celebrate those who love you Your wedding is the most intense and…

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A Taste of Barrhead

  I had the pleasure of attending the second Taste of Barrhead this afternoon. Hosted by the Barrhead & District Chamber of Commerce, it was an opportunity for local businesses, churches and community groups to gather and present foods from the various countries around the world. From the moment I pulled up to the school I…

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Preserving Lemons and Limes

Preserving Lemons and Limes is an inexpensive and easy way to create incredible citrus flavours using salt and fruit. One of the perks of being a Produce Manager and a foodie is that every morning is a little like Christmas. I tear into the huge pallets of fresh produce like a giddy school girl, excited…

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