Monthly Archives : May 2017

An Homage to Herbs

Adding zest to your garden and palate The unsung heroes of the culinary world, a cornerstone of traditional medicine, a dream come true for beginner gardeners and experienced farmers too – herbs are all of these things and more, yet they don’t often get the accolades they deserve. Most of us are familiar with the stars of the herb world…

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Food + Technology

Technology is reshaping what and how we eat in big ways Innovations are popping up all over the world that will allow us to connect with our food in new ways in 2017. From virtual grocery shopping to creating meal plans based on our DNA, it’s clear that food and technology have become fundamentally linked. Major kitchen appliance manufacturers have…

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Feeling Just Dandy

Celebrating the humble dandelion, a wonder food not a weed While those who yearn for pristine green lawns may beg to differ, the dandelion is one of nature’s finest designs. From top to bottom, this hearty plant offers up plenty of delicious and healthy benefits. The cheery yellow tops can be collected when in full flower and turned into a…

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Pier 15 at Fisherman’s Wharf

New owners reimagine the location’s full-service restaurant New owners of the Fisherman’s Wharf, Amy and Forbes MacPherson, are opening for the season on Mother’s Day, May 14th, 2017. To shake things up at the North Rustico hot spot, they’re putting some elbow grease into fine-tuning the location’s second restaurant, the newly-named Pier 15. Some may know the location as “the…

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Two children and an adult with life jackets on in a boat fishing.

Angling For a Fresh Meal

Fishing for food can be a fun, family-friendly affair Food doesn’t get much more local or fresh than when one catches a fish in one of Prince Edward Island’s great fishing holes. It is that time of year when people dig out their rods and reels and head to the waters with the hope of hauling in “the big one”.…

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