The manager for the Hubbards, Lunenburg and Tantallon Village Farmers’ Markets is a force to be reckoned with.
Nicole Broussard makes bread and baked goods for markets in Cape Breton and wouldn’t mind bartering for bagels or music lessons.
Raising alpacas was the antidote to high stress corporate jobs for this couple, who are constantly amused by the animals’ antics.
Suzanne Townsend, a farmer in the making, had no love for lima beans as a child.
How versatile is tofu? Just ask Anna Anderson, who turns it into a salad, entree, dessert or snack.
Start humble and don’t get into it for money advises the owner of Harbourville Schnitzelhaus on Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy.
Pestos, preserves and plantain creams are on the menu, along with fruit smoothies, at Emilia’s in Yarmouth.
For the chocolatier at Cocoa and Honey in Halifax, the best inspiration is Mother Nature.
‘Ma’ Bell mirrors the seasons in her line of jams, jellies, chutneys and vinegars.
Pork goes with just about everything according to Joseph Crocker, chef and owner of Peasant’s Pantry, who specializes in charcuterie, bacon and ham.