Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Pumpkin time !

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There is much you can do with a pumpkin. First you’ll need to cook it. Cut the pumpkin in half and discard the stem section and stringy pulp. Save the seeds to dry and roast. In a baking dish, place the two halves face down. Bake at 375ºF for about…

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Thanks!

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Thanks To:  Gordon Parlee and his 1st year carpentry class at the NSCC Springhill Campus. These were built for the Springhill Community Garden.  

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Squash

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I didn’t grow up eating squash it came to me years ago when I first visited Nova Scotia on a youth exchange for the first time I experienced Thanksgiving, pumpkin pie, and baked squash you gotta love youth exchanges Squash has become a comfort food for me now especially the…

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Sacred Seeds: A Conversation with Marilyn Walker

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Sacred Seeds:  A Conversation with Marilyn Walker Saturday, October 31st, 10:30 am-12:30 pm (rain or shine) 144 Main Street, Avard-Dickson Building, Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B. Please join us to explore together the magical powers of the seed; how indigenous cultures have valued and regarded seeds, how to store seeds,…

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Apple pie

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I went to the garden yesterday thinking: time to pick that acorn squash I was planning to pick the one acorn squash that manage to grow this year and turn it into a pie it’s interesting how every year some things do thrive in the garden while others don’t this…

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