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Fermentation

Fermented, Stewed, Baked and Brewed!

It started with a cornbread that a friend brought over to Shiela Alexandrovich’s house one evening for a potluck at her Wheaton River Valley home. The savoury bread was adorned with sage leaves and she remembers commenting,...

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Tools of the Trade

You know that thing you’ve had for years and haven’t been quite willing to part with, though you haven’t yet discovered its particular niche? Mine is a small hand-crank cast iron meat grinder, and the niche has...

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Eat Your Art Out

‘Tis the season where giant vegetables are being harvested from gardens and potentially prize-winning jams are being churned out for display in the hopes of gaining a ribbon. This was the case at Dawson City’s...

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Ferments

If our external environment is a reflection of what is happening within, I must be going through a deep transformation.My little cabin is filled with aromas emanating from myriad sources — jars and jugs of various ferments,...

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Get Pickled!

This is my favorite time of year.The harvests are in, and whether you garden or purchase from local farms, this is when you can preserve a nourishing, tasty abundance of food for the winter.There are many ways to do this —...

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