From classic chowder and fish cakes to more adventurous fare, here are a few recipes to inspire you when you’re pondering what to cook with your local catch.Continue reading “Fish Recipes from Nova Scotia and Beyond”
Updated March 2019 Each year we update our list of CSAs that exist across the province and I’m happy to report that it continues to grow each year! That being said, I wouldn’t deny that I may have missed something and if that’s the case, please let me know. I will correct any errors or omissions as quickly as I can. In case you’re unfamiliar … Continue reading 2019 Complete List of CSAs in Nova Scotia
Our instructor, Katrina, a nutrition student from Mount Saint Vincent University and dedicated Food Action Committee volunteer, joined us to share some delicious and nutritious recipes with everyone. Being a nutrition student, Katrina planned a meal for us that was refined sugar, lactose and gluten free. She was very informative about the health and environmental benefits of this kind of diet! Continue reading “Winter Cooking Class Recipes: Cod, Kale and Blueberries”
Though the growing season got off to a cold and rainy start, it was summer in the kitchen of Local Source Market, as we kicked off our summer cooking series on Monday night.
The evening’s menu included grilled arctic char with herbed aioli and roasted asparagus, arugula and radish salad, and a fair trade chocolate hazelnut brownie cake garnished with strawberries and whipped cream. Yum! Continue reading “Summer Cooking Class Recipes: Grilled Fish, Chocolate Hazelnut Brownie Cake”
Spring is in the air, crocus leaves are peeking out of the soil, fresh greens are starting to become available at the farmers market… AND CSAs have started sign-up customers for the season. What is a CSA you ask? Well, CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a system through which customers sign up for a share in the farm at the beginning of … Continue reading Time to Sign Up for a CSA