When it is a fruit. It is aromatic, too… …so much so that when a little is added to apple pie or applesauce, it lifts the whole flavour up. I’m going to […]
Let’s put this simply. It’s about land and water. And about the life force interwoven with them. And how people interweave with that. Interweaving is not just about commercial potential. Here’s my […]
Not the lawn (yes, that’s a lawn, Vernon style). Yuck. But morning glory flowers! Ah. Give us the weeds! So delicious.
The Canadian Government has recently released an economic action plan. It’s a bit exhaustive and exhausting, but worth a walk-by. Click here to have a look. Bring some friends along. Coyotes, maybe. […]
Got your Welsh onions yet? The know no seasons. They push living out of the dead Earth. Which is, accordingly, not dead. Very Celtic, that!
It’s coming along, eh. This corn salad seeded itself in July and came up in August. It ought to be ready in a couple weeks, just in time for a feast. But, […]
We’ve had 25 centimetres of snow. We’ve had 9 Below Celsius. No-one around this place is particularly worried. It’s harvest time! Could this evergreen character and lasting tenderness be why sage was […]
Nothing? Or maybe $2.54 each down at Save-On Foods? It’s not labour that makes the price. A friend of mine, a Mexican temporary worker, works his summers here in Canada because in […]
Land was taken from the Okanagan Indian Band to start a cattle industry in the 1860s, to generate a cash economy to support the administration of the colony of British Columbia and […]
Siya? is calling. Time to start practicing your messages of thanks by going out and saying hello.