The Keddys started their now 800-acre farm in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley over 40 years ago. Today, their son and his wife Katie manage the farm.
The toasted barley and wild rice topping adds a tasty crunch to this delicious barley, lentil and vegetable soup by chef Jenni Lessard.
Learn when garlic is in season, the types, how to buy, store, prepare and grow garlic.
Get out your waffle iron and mix up a batch of these savoury flax falafel waffles. The perfect dish for brunch or dinner!
This Ginger Beef & Mushroom Bowl highlights how different food groups work together to make tasty, beautiful food that is good for you too!
Learning how to make a stir fry is simple. What could be better than a meal in one pan that’s fresh packed with veggies and protein.
Besides being delicious, beets are super good for us. Get information and tips on cooking, storing and preventing food waste.
Cabbage is one vegetable that doesn’t get enough love. Get information and tips on cooking, storing and preventing food waste.
Less than 30% of Canadians meet the recommended amount of fruit and vegetables per day. Here are 5 reasons to boost your intake of fruits and vegetables.
Here’s how to store sweet potatoes at home to prevent spoilage, reduce food waste and save money.
Sweet potatoes are versatile root veggies that can be enjoyed roasted, microwaved, steamed, boiled, sautéed or grilled, and in both sweet and savoury dishes
Corn on the cob, is a delicious summer treat. Get information and tips on cooking, storing and preventing food waste.
Asparagus is one of the very best things to come from the earth. Get information and tips on cooking, storing and preventing food waste.
Are pesticide residues found in the Dirty Dozen a health risk? To assess the risk of pesticide residues on our produce, we need to know a few simple things.
Choosing a cabbage is straightforward, but do you know how to store it? This guide can help you prevent spoilage, reduce food waste and save you money!
If you think cabbage is just for coleslaw, you’re in for a treat. Cabbage is a versatile and vitamin C–rich veggie.
Choosing carrots is simple, but do you know how to store them? Here’s how to prevent spoilage, reduce food waste and save money.
Canadians are crazy for carrots, and it’s easy to see why – they’re delicious, budget-friendly and versatile.
With the right technology, food can be grown anywhere. Food doesn’t always come from the field – sometimes it can be grown inside.
Dining solo? Check out these tips and recipes on preparing recipes for two rather than 6.