This Friday, the Pemberton Farmers' Market hosts its 2nd annual Stone Soup Celebration at the downtown Community Barn. Five chefs will partner with one of five different local farms to create delicious soups featuring local produce and product. You get to be the 'judge'! For $10, taste all five soups, place your vote and enjoy … Continue reading Stone Soup fundraiser for the Farmers Market, Friday 28 September
ART GARDEN GARLIC FESTIVAL Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 2pm - 5pm at Willowcraft Farm Celebrate a day of music, art, workshops, demos, food and fun, come out and celebrate your community!
In early June, just as Market season was kicking off, Naomi Martz of Four Beat Farm agreed to add ONE MORE task to her long long to-do list, and instagrammed for us for the week. Naomi is three seasons in to running a predominantly horse and human powered certified organic mixed vegetable farm, but, just … Continue reading It’s Market Day! Get psyched with this behind-the-scenes from Four Beat Farm
It’s calving season on the farms and even though my photo collections abound with anonymous brown and white faces with cute pink noses, I can’t resist capturing a few more shots. Next time I delete images, it is highly likely that these will disappear but for now I’ll oooh and ahhh over them on mornings … Continue reading Cows: It’s calving season, Connie Sobchak reminds us of the sure marker that spring will come
After they cooked up my taco dinner last Friday from their newly acquired food truck, at the Pemberton Farmers Market, I asked Snowline Catering's Angela Bradbury and Matt Prescott if they would be our guestagram team this week. https://www.instagram.com/p/BZfmE7ggUgT/?taken-by=thewellnessalmanac Mostly, because, they are two of the chefs who have agreed to cook soups with amazing … Continue reading There’s a Chef Battle underway over the soup pots of Pemberton. Tomorrow, you be the judge over who prevails at the $10 Stone Soup Celebration at the Farmers Market
I've been reading this book, Stone Soup, with my 4 year old, and feeling what a profound story it is, how much the world needs those travellers to trick us into being kinder, into sharing what we have, into realizing that if we combine all our own little bits of goodness, we come up with … Continue reading Stone Soup Celebration at the Farmers’ Market, September 29, for $10
Today on the Wellness Almanac, Anna Helmer’s Creative Non-Fiction Column (so termed in order to avoid being sued), swerves wildly into federal food policy. If the government can't shout this from the rooftops of the world, then it's up to you, to whisper it, firmly, clearly, and loudly, to all your neighbours. Something is broken. … Continue reading A wild swerve into federal food policy