In The Hills
Meet three longtime contributors who make this winter 2020 issue of In The Hills a keeper – Dan Needles, Rosemary Hasner and Valerie Jones.
Bee educational tours, honey, comb honey, garden plants, rabbits, eggs; bee rescue in southwestern Ontario
Barb Vivian’s jams, jellies and sauces are a staple at local farmers’ markets. This mild chili sauce is named for her mother-in-law.
Many of Connie Arteaga’s long list of handmade preserves – think passata or eggplant antipasto – have their roots in her native Sicily.
Rebecca Landman leans on family recipes for her canned offerings such as bread-and-butter pickles, corn relish and barbecue sauces.
Meet a few of the contributors who make this autumn 2020 issue of In The Hills a treasure – Don Scallen, Roberta Fracassi and Erin Woodley.
Meet a few of the contributors who make this summer 2020 issue of In The Hills a great read – Bethany Lee, Ken Weber and Janice Quirt.
Beef, chicken, lamb
Honey, maple syrup, black Angus beef, farm-fresh eggs, roaster chickens, preserves, baked goods
Unpasteurized honey, bee pollen, royal jelly, propolis, honeycomb, beeswax bags, soap, lotion bars
Share your story with us using this Pandemic Journals form. Deadline is August 1.
Seasonal vegetables and fruit : asparagus, spinach, leafy greens, radishes, carrots, beets and more
Sunflowers, raw honey, watermelon sandwiches and gelato; wellness and paint classes
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