We had just enough time to fill half a container of blueberries before the storm arrived. This was a great morning activity that we did with our son and exchange student from Spain. The farm has a great deal, half a large container for $10 or a full container for $20. It took two ofContinue reading “Blueberry Picking”
Each spring it has become somewhat of a tradition to drive to Niagara Falls and enjoy the beautiful magnolia trees blossoming in early May. It coincides with our anniversary so we usually make an afternoon of it, walking through the Niagara Parks gardens and visiting the Falls. Here are some photos from this years trip.
It was in my friends’ kitchen in Wainfleet where I was first introduced to an heirloom tomato, it was a giant green zebra tomato to be exact. I clearly remember how unique it was to me; juicy, with light green stripes and a flavor new to my palette. At the time I was unaware thatContinue reading “Interview with an Heirloom Vegetable Farmer”