Monthly Archives: September 2015

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Fresh Salsa

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it is officially fall yet today feels like summer it is windy and a little muggy a big rain fall is coming if you still have tomatoes kicking around here is a simple, quick, fresh salsa recipe let’s enjoy summer just a little longer Fresh Salsa 4 medium size tomatoes…

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Pugwash hosting candidates’ debate on Oct. 1

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The event begins at 7 p.m. at the St. Thomas More Church Hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. All five candidates in Cumberland-Colchester have agreed to participate including Scott Armstrong of the Conservatives, Jason Blanch of the Green Party, Bill Casey of the Liberals, Independent Kenneth Jackson and Wendy Robinson…

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Veggie Chicken Pie

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first day of autumn no frost yet it seems like the seasons are shifting as I head to the garden I wonder what could I make today the garden is still full of goodness kale, abundant as ever broccoli gone into florets onion’s harvested but leeks still thriving best carrot…

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Plant walk postponed

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Sorry for any inconvenience, but the Plant Walk that was scheduled for Saturday, September 19th, 9 am at the Amherst Bird Sanctuary has been POSTPONED until further notice.   Please stay tuned for a rescheduled date.

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Veggie burger

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I have been experimenting with veggie burgers lately and, I have been juicing I have loads of carrots, beets, and our apple trees are bountiful good time to use a juicer sometime the juicer feels a little over the top really, couldn’t I just chew a little but to drink…

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Mexican inspired breakfast

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  I had the delight to hang out at a CSA drop off this week in Amherst turns out it’s my nephew and family who do all the hard work they offer fresh organic vegetables it was plain beautiful to see customers drop by with bags excited with the weekly…

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inspiration of the moment Pasta

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I was thinking earlier today that I would post a pickled beets recipe then I got hungry I came into the kitchen and on the kitchen table I saw: 1/2 large zucchini 3 medium size tomato a bunch of basil I became hungry for pasta I put a pot of…

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Seed Saving Workshop

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Seed Saving Basics Sat., Oct. 17th, 1-2:30 pm at the Sackville Community Garden Workshop is free of charge. Please register ahead by contacting Su Morin at su@ecologyaction.ca / 902-251-2959 as space is limited.

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