Monday, April 27, 2009

To my Ladner Clients

I am sorry to inform you I was refuse at the Ladner Market one's again, This is the Only place in I was never considerate to be part of a Market or a Craft Show.
It is not then they refuse me as they just never respond to my application for the Market one' s again. I guest this is what happen when you are so successful you could bully your way around.
Well You could always come and see us at the Kisilano Market or in Whistler any Sunday this Summer.


Thursday, April 23, 2009

fresh mint tea

I love my Cast iron Tea pot  I found it in Bellingham at Russ for $16.00   
What a deal!
I see it on Granville Island at $70.00 
I love to buy local but there is a limit 

Flavor oil

Fresh mint, sorrel & chive are just some example of fresh herbs you could blend with oil (I like  grape seed oil) in a blender or a magic bullet and  filter true cheese cloth.  I like to make small batch and use them fast as there is a moisture contain in the fresh herbs compare to dry herb you want to keep them in the refrigerator all the time.
You will have a beautiful color and amazing flavor oil at little price,  the chive is great to finish on eggs, salad or stir fry, the sorrel great on fish or a cheese, mint is amazing on a lamb, fish or tofu 
Just have fun 

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Eat Magazine online

Eat Magazine online guide an easy way to find Local small artisan

Monday, April 20, 2009

Food essential oil

I am very happy to bring a new line of Food essential oil  Such as garlic,  porcini,  basil, white truffle, 4 spices, tarragon, shallot ... Couple drop in a mayonnaise, in butter or in a sauce or salsa...
It just bring so much flavor to your table 
Available in 10 ML Jar  with dropper

Thursday, April 16, 2009


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Saturday, April 4, 2009

New product of the week

I have created 2 new product with the same base one with sea salt and one with herbs only 
French harvest blend with basil, oregano, rosemary, onion, shallot, garlic, chili flakes, pepper, dry vegetables & porcini 
So great in a vinaigrette, in a stir fry, a mayo or a yogurt for a dip or blend with Dijon for basting  chicken, beef, pork or tofu... 
It is just so delicious