Of all the early spring plants that I forage, nothing smacks me in the taste buds quite like Japanese knotweed. It has a sour, tart taste like rhubarb, and it’s […]
Ottawa City Councillor Tobi Nussbaum’s October 12, 2017 Ottawa Citizen article on intensification is a fascinating example of Ottawa City Council not taking responsibility for its own decisions. For years, […]
On Sunday, October 15, 2017 the Friends of Carlington will host a Clean Up the Capital campaign at Carlington Park at 1 pm. If you’ve got an hour to spare, […]
Despite the withering humidity, I had a great time at Tree Fest 2017, held at Brewer Park September 23 and 24. Many thanks to the Tree Fest Ottawa folks for […]
Picture a neighbourhood vegetable garden. A corner lot, a small house, and a big yard; one part of the yard filled with golden raspberries, lettuces, kale, tomatoes, onions, asparagus, sunflowers; […]
Just because it’s a weed doesn’t mean it can’t be made into something yummy.
This unfortunately pink but darned tasty beverage in its most basic form is non-alcoholic, but could just as easily be transformed into something more adult, if you know what […]