Tag Archive 'country'

Apr 07 2009

Pistachio Nut Recall – Find a Resource for Safe Pistachios

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Pistachio Product Recalls: Salmonella This announcement ahs been plastered accross the US and in some cases the Southern Pacific, there is a documented alert for Salmonella poisining from some pistachios products. This alert should not stop you enjoying Pistachios

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Jan 12 2009

Tea Partay

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Tea Partay Duration : 0:2:15

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Jan 11 2009

Building A Local Food Economy (part 2 of 3)

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Building a local food economy also depends upon retaining local farms, and encouraging the development of new ones. In part 2, Ken Meter outlines the problem with the diminishing availability of affordable farmland. He also shares a couple of stories about two enterprising community efforts: one that makes land more accessible for farming; the other, […]

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Dec 18 2008

Hot Dogging in Alaska – Snowmobiling vs XC Skiing

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Snowmobiler and pesky cross country skier spar over Alaska’s most coveted winter food – caribou hot dogs cooked on a snowmobile muffler. A spoof filmed in the Alaskan bush. Duration : 0:3:35

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Dec 12 2008

Brad Paisley – Alcohol

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Brad Paisley Alcohol (C) 2005 BMG Music Duration : 0:4:42

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Aug 16 2008

How to Become a Tea Snob and Irritate Your Tea Bag Using Friends

Published by under Beverages,Tea

it’s easy to educate yourself about tea, and then it’s a short step to full-fledged tea snob. People do it with wine, why not tea? Tea is experiencing a revival in the west, but it has been a popular beverage world-wide for thousands of years. Most of the tea we drink in the western hemisphere […]

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Aug 13 2008

Monster Fruit Dominates Organic Garden. News at 11.

Published by under organic,Uncategorized

Today, we finally pulled the monstrous zucchini (courgette) off the plant. I let my daughter do the honours, as it was her plant from school. I’m a bit green when it comes to the whole zucchini “thing”, which is odd. I live in Ontario, Canada, and in our cottage country area, it’s a rare garden […]

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