FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2012 A January Thought I just found this little 'thought' as I was searching through some files. Sometimes when you read something written a while ago, it feels like you're peering into someone else's life. I liked the sound of these words, the colours,...

Word on the Street 26/09/10 Word on the Street National Book and Magazine Festival Victoria Park September 26, 2010 11-5 More specifically, at 1:30, under the Flavours of the Maritimes tent, I'll be telling a 'how to write a cookbook' tale. Below, the long version, first published in the Coast, a long, long time ago...

The Bounty clockwise, from left: lisianthus from Maple Grove Greenhouse and Farms, beets, carrots, basil and cherry tomatoes from Glad Gardens Family Farm, Pain au chocolat and those delicious ? jam-filled oversized-french thumbprints from Boulangerie La VendÉenne, and finally, perfect peaches from a nice guy who let me try one first *Every Thursday from 8-noon at...

Easter Sunday in Sherbrooke village seems like lovely, distant memory. It was warm and sunny. Purple hyacinths dotted the ground. The kids collected eggs in t-shirts. Today, 2 weeks later, it's snowing. I'm going to relive that day through the menu; food has a magical way...