There is something pretty satisfying about making your own fruit juice, it can be a big money saver and a great healthy option for your family. By purchasing local apples in season or picking the apples yourself you can get the freshest goods at the best price.
We are so pleased to have our products featured on The Bump, Canada's Pregnancy Guide. They really go in-depth on some of our favorite bibs and also give readers a hands-on look at our newest product...the Sasha Burp Cloth.
Read the whole review here. Thank you thebump.ca!
Very few things can match the beauty of a perfectly ripe, in season strawberry. Every year the season seems shorter and I always wish I had more time to get strawberry preserves in jars. Luckily, strawberries freeze beautifully and there are so many ways to use the frozen or thawed strawberries.
I must admit I get a little giddy when rhubarb starts to hit the farmers markets each spring. In Ontario it is among the first of the fresh local produce, so when I catch a glimpse of its lovely pinky-green stems, my pulse quickens and I start dusting off my canning equipment, time to eat fresh local goods and get some of those beauties into jars!
For our very first food centered blog post I wanted to share a huge favorite from our house. This is a different take on mac and cheese, omitting flour and butter as the base and replacing them with sweet potato. This gives the dish a wonderful sweet creamy texture and the sweet potato also lends a fun orangey colour...