Monthly Archives: March 2017

Chef Dez’s Greek Burgers

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These quarter-pound burgers are full of Greek flavours. Also included is Chef Dez’s recips for Greek Tzatziki – perfect for serving on the burgers! These burgers are celiac friendly as they have no breadcrumb filler, and serve them wrapped in … Continue reading

The Effects of Gardening as a Child

In our blog last week we talked about the health benefits of gardening for elderly women. Research showed that elderly women who participated in gardening significantly reduced their waist circumference and improved aerobic endurance, hand dexterity, cognitive function, and amount … Continue reading

Turkey Mushroom Soup with Tarragon

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It may be the first week of spring, but it’s perfect soup weather! Delicious, creamy, easy to make soup for busy days.         Ingredients: 1 lb. button mushrooms, thinly sliced 2 tbsp. olive oil 1 lb. ground Mixed … Continue reading

Gardening for your health

Today was the first day of spring and what a day it was! Sunny and double digit temperatures. It’s enough to get you thinking about gardening! If you’re looking for some additional incentives this year to garden this year; we’ve … Continue reading

Pretty Primulas

Primulas are another great spring beauty. These amazing bright flowers are wonderful on their own or planted in spring combination planters with other spring flowers like tulips and daffodils. The cheerful, happy flowers are found in a dazzling variety of … Continue reading

The Cost of Not Eating Fruits and Vegetables

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Fast food and junk food companies spend billions of dollars each year to convince us to eat their products. Just think of Super Bowl ads that costs 5 million dollars for a 30 second ad.  When is the last time … Continue reading