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Author Archives: liz feltham
National Poetry Writing Month is already 2 weeks past–how did that happen? April seemed like it would never end some nights, as I tried to think of something about which to wax poetic. At the start of the month, I … Continue reading
Got a look at the cover of Halifax Tastes back in January, and now here it is! Shipped to stores today, and I’ll be back with news of the book launch. This one has recipes from HRM favourites like Fid, … Continue reading
It’s the last day of National Poetry Writing Month–30 poems, 30 days. And what better way to wrap up a month’s worth of blogging about food than with a dessert ditty? Without further ado, I present to you, Dessert: Treat. … Continue reading
Ah, mussels. Nowhere near as difficult to shuck as an oyster, shorter cooking time than a clam–mussels are the easy, no fuss bivalve. Perfect for beach parties, afternoons at the pub, or speedy weeknight suppers, they’re not only easy but … Continue reading
Had the dogs at the lake, swimming. Soaking wet, Fleur decides she needs to roll in the dry sand that forms the small beach area. She’s a Newfoundland dog, so the fine blond sand adhered quite nicely to her thick … Continue reading