Transform Lawn To Food production. Join the growing number of people, who are taking responsibility for their health, food security and climate change, by planting gardens & trees. I own an Urban Farm Stand that offers fresh organic produce, build new gardens and provide seasonal maintenance for vegetable plots in Comox and Courtenay, BC.
My clump of chives has exploded into tender green wisps. The fresh growth of chives, a perennial staple in my vegetable garden, marks the beginning of harvest season for me. Chives are the first herb that I preserve each spring. While I was … Continue reading
Instead of baking mini Banana Loaves for the Lawn to Food Urban Farmstand this morning, I decided to use up some bruised apples (that were rolling around in my fridge drawer) to make mini Carrot-Apple Loaves. The recipe called for grated carrot … Continue reading
I had a fun, but exhausting, day of cooking freezer meals for a client. She wanted a very large pork loin (was cut into 3 pieces and frozen previously) and 2 small roast beefs, made into as many meals as possible for … Continue reading
Is there a better time of year to make Bean and Bacon Soup than in the middle of a snowfall? Winter is a super time of year to get our pressure canners out and fill those pint jars that have become empty … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of attending the Urban Agriculture Forum hosted by Lush Valley Food Action Society, in partnership with North Island College, the City of Courtenay and a Plan H committee. No matter where you are from, please fill … Continue reading