blueberry breakfast drink

What time do you go to bed?  It varies for me but somewhere between 10:30 pm and 11:30 pm.  Sleep allows our bodies to take a break from the day and recharge/repair overnight.  At that time we are fasting from when we first fall asleep until we awake.  That can be anywhere from six to…

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blueberry-blackberry fool

Blueberry-blackberry fool has to be one of the easiest desserts to make.  Not everyone is a fan of blackberries but mixed with blueberries and cream, it’s guaranteed to be a hit at the dinner table.  Both blueberries and blackberries are in season so look for fruit that’s plump but not mushy to touch.  TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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My kids always had breakfast and as they got older I reinforced the values of eating something first thing in the morning.  I still do even though they may roll their eyes at me.  I can hear them saying, ‘yes mom, we know’ (insert happy face here).  But all kidding aside, breakfast is the most…

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It’s peach season, along with other stone fruits, in Nova Scotia.  I, like many, look forward to this time of year when local produce hit the shelves of grocery stores and farmers’ markets.  It also signals the end of summer and even though the days are warm, daylight hours are beginning to shorten.  There’s nothing…

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This easy and basic dessert is called a grunt because the blueberries make a grunt-like sound while boiling under the dumplings. The grunt was an early adaptation of an English steamed pudding. The New England colonists had limited cooking equipment and a dumpling-like pudding using local fruit was cooked on the stove top.  Wild blueberries…

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