Photo by Bruce Murray/Visionfire Read the accompanying Raspberry Swiss Meringue Buttercream recipe here.
Photo by Bruce Murray/Visionfire 2 Step process: Make the raspberry filling ahead of time, then the buttercream and add in some filling to the buttercream! Read the accompanying recipe for lemon cake here.
Recently my daughter and I ventured into Halifax for a change of scenery. She was on her university reading week and needed to escape the confines of her bedroom, where she spends most of her days tethered to a desk and computer, the unrelenting reality of online education. The trip to the city made us… Read More»
East Coast creator Nadine Jewer makes pottery with rope After graduating with her Masters of Health Administration in 2012, Nadine Jewer felt it was time fora change. She opted to leave her career as an occupational therapist to stay at home with her two children, Ella and Ethan. During that time, she tapped into her… Read More»
Motts Landing Vineyard and Winery a humble leader in soon-to-boom N.B. wine industry When David Craw purchased land in the Saint John River Valley, he bought it for the same reason a person buys their dream house– because it was beautiful. He may not have known it would soon be among the wineries leading New… Read More»
Atlantic Canadian vintners have moved from frontier to frontline, blending traditional methods and innovations Wine is not just about savouring tastes for Moira Peters. The notes she looks for in her glass are not just flavour profiles or what’s on the nose, but also people and place–the toil and talent that came together to create… Read More»
Tiny homes are becoming a big deal in Atlantic Canada, but you can’t just plunk them down wherever you want Red tape abounds when it comes to finding allowable locales for tiny homes, which are often built on flatbed trailers with wheels and run about 2.6 metres by 6.8 metres (anything wider requires a special… Read More»
Start small with mini hoop tunnels and cold frames The following excerpt is from the new book Growing Under Cover: Techniques for a More Productive, Weather-Resistant, Pest-Free Vegetable Garden (Storey Publishing) by Niki Jabbour.Used with permission. There is no one right garden structure. If you’re new to gardening, start small and begin with a mini… Read More»
Want to extend your gardening season? Here’s what you need to know to take it indoors Photos by Nicole Lapierre Photography It makes sense that with the explosion in home gardening in 2020 due to COVID-19, many people would segue from having an outdoor garden in summer to also having a greenhouse. Greenhouses come in… Read More»
Cake designer Meaghan Adamski shares how you can make your own extravagant cake and eat it too! Photos by Bruce Murray/Visionfire One of the most welcome signs of spring is the unfurling of the season’s first flowers. Those tiny buds sometimes forcing their way through the last dustings of stubborn snow, a fantastic display of… Read More»