Joseph Crocker of Peasant’s Pantry uses locally sourced items to make everything in-house. “We chose traditional Bulwark Cider for the barbecue sauce on our pulled-pork sandwich to match the sweet smoke from the wild maple and choke cherry woods we use when smoking the pork,” he says.
This recipe needs no baking, but packs in all the beloved fall flavours of the classic dessert.
A fresh and intensely aromatic smoothie that packs in a full serving of vegetables for breakfast, with the help of a high powered blender, of course.
Inspired by Indian pakoras, these easy to make pan-fried fritters are a healthy choice under the guise of a delicious appetizer.
A perfect side for time efficiency and a melange of summer and autumn flavours.
Deep flavours, rich oily fish, zippy citrus and earthy cheese make this dish a guilt-free comfort food.
A salad that facilitates the summer to fall transition with fresh veggies, the sustenance of rice noodles, and no shortage of punchy flavour.
The lowly carrot is having a creative resurgence, lending flavour and versatility to all kinds of recipes
Learn how the craft cider movement is building momentum in Atlantic Canada.
Meet homeowners Byron Rogers and Claudette Fortin, and learn more about their modern home in Old Town Lunenburg. Read our full story on this impressive space here. Video by Bruce Murray, VisionFire.