Easter is our first breath of spring and this year it feels long over-due. It’s the second time around that annual Easter Egg Hunts have been cancelled or held virtually due to COVID-19. No matter, there are lots of creative ways to refresh your traditions and support local businesses.
Month: March 2021
If you’ve never gardened before, growing your own vegetables can feel overwhelming, and you may not know where to start. However, with a bit of guidance, you can easily grow your own food. Three years ago, when I started my first garden, I started small. I picked four things to grow that year – tomatoes, cucumbers, cilantro, and lettuce. The following year I added a few more vegetables, and the third year I had a full-fledged garden happening!
Because sappiness rhymes with happiness. Taffy on snow. There’s something truly sappy about candied maple syrup rolled onto sticks. All you need is clean snow (ice will suffice if the snow’s gone) and real maple syrup to impress any kid – or the kid in any adult. This is all about simple, old-fashioned fun. There …
In the quaint community of Madoc lies a boutique bakery that cherishes carefully crafted, old-fashioned baking. Hastings County’s Hidden Goldmine Bakery is a family-owned business that has mastered traditional, preservative-free dessert recipes. Hidden Goldmine Bakery is run by the Freeman family, and they have successfully translated their family’s passion for baking into a rapidly growing …
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