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Rhubarb Delights

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It is rhubarb season! Rhubarb is a wonderful perennial plant to have in the garden – so easy to grow and care for. If you have an abundance of rhubarb and no time to use it, you can easily chop up the stalks and freeze it for later use, but let’s talk about some delicious and… Read more »


Rancho’s comin’ to Vancouver Island!

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We can’t express how excited we are to be heading to Vancouver Island to set up our South Island Harvest Event! This has been many years in the making. We finally buckled down, found a great hall to host us (The Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney) and got the ball rolling to make this happen… Read more »


Bringing the harvest to you in Airdrie, AB, Cloverdale and Revelstoke, BC

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Airdrie, Alberta, has become basically a sprawling suburb of Calgary, geographically speaking. But the people of Airdrie really identify themselves through their love of community and their welcoming spirit. Which they need! Airdrie is one of the fastest-growing cities in Canada! It’s easy to see why Airdrie is growing so quickly, what with the proximity… Read more »


From the archives: Mysteries of the cashew

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We call them cashews nuts, but they are actually seeds! They are the seed of the cashew fruit, and it’s a big deal to make them edible. Yup, you read that right: cashews are not edible right off the tree. The fruit is, but the “seeds” must be processed first. You wouldn’t die if you… Read more »


Mardelle’s Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

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Mardelle Hanson is a long-time customer of ours, and a good friend of Sue and Richard Vignola. You’ll love her biscotti recipe. Try it today! FYI: Biscotti is the plural form of the mediaeval Latin word biscotto, meaning “twice-baked/cooked.” They were a valuable staple to the Roman legions because their shelf life was very long.


From the archives: Brazil nuts

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In 2012, Richard Vignola made an epic trip into the depths of the Amazon jungle to see what the Brazil nut harvest looked like. What an adventure he had. A journey never to be forgotten. Brazil nuts are fascinating! Not only because they are such a large nut, but they also only grow in the… Read more »



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Posts Tagged: organic nuts

Rhubarb Delights

Posted by & filed under recipe.

It is rhubarb season! Rhubarb is a wonderful perennial plant to have in the garden – so easy to grow and care for. If you have an abundance of rhubarb and no time to use it, you can easily chop up the stalks and freeze it for later use, but let’s talk about some delicious and… Read more »


Rancho’s comin’ to Vancouver Island!

Posted by & filed under article, video.

We can’t express how excited we are to be heading to Vancouver Island to set up our South Island Harvest Event! This has been many years in the making. We finally buckled down, found a great hall to host us (The Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney) and got the ball rolling to make this happen… Read more »


Bringing the harvest to you in Airdrie, AB, Cloverdale and Revelstoke, BC

Posted by & filed under article.

Airdrie, Alberta, has become basically a sprawling suburb of Calgary, geographically speaking. But the people of Airdrie really identify themselves through their love of community and their welcoming spirit. Which they need! Airdrie is one of the fastest-growing cities in Canada! It’s easy to see why Airdrie is growing so quickly, what with the proximity… Read more »


From the archives: Mysteries of the cashew

Posted by & filed under article.

We call them cashews nuts, but they are actually seeds! They are the seed of the cashew fruit, and it’s a big deal to make them edible. Yup, you read that right: cashews are not edible right off the tree. The fruit is, but the “seeds” must be processed first. You wouldn’t die if you… Read more »


Mardelle’s Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

Posted by & filed under recipe, video.

Mardelle Hanson is a long-time customer of ours, and a good friend of Sue and Richard Vignola. You’ll love her biscotti recipe. Try it today! FYI: Biscotti is the plural form of the mediaeval Latin word biscotto, meaning “twice-baked/cooked.” They were a valuable staple to the Roman legions because their shelf life was very long.


From the archives: Brazil nuts

Posted by & filed under article, video.

In 2012, Richard Vignola made an epic trip into the depths of the Amazon jungle to see what the Brazil nut harvest looked like. What an adventure he had. A journey never to be forgotten. Brazil nuts are fascinating! Not only because they are such a large nut, but they also only grow in the… Read more »