Stone Soup Celebration at the Farmers’ Market, September 29, for $10

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

Berry Picking

On May 24th weekend, I picked the first huckleberries of the season while descending the stairs to town. I was supposed to be doing hill repeats but those glossy purple berries were too juicy to resist. Now, here it is the end of July and my hands are still stained from the berries I stopped … Continue reading Berry Picking

Slow down for your supper – with Jenna Dashney, the Farmers’ Market’s new chef-in-residence

When they flew in 800 avocadoes from Mexico for the television commercial, to make sure they had one absolutely perfect fruit, Jenna Dashney knew that the money she was making wasn’t going to make this sit right. “You couldn’t even give them away to the crew afterwards, because they were constantly being fed by a … Continue reading Slow down for your supper – with Jenna Dashney, the Farmers’ Market’s new chef-in-residence