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An ode to my mother

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My mother is a saint. She raised us while working part time, home part time and working on the farm part time.  Sounds easy, doesn’t it?  Somehow she still managed to find time to make sure we had 3 square meals a day, we were respectful of the land, we exercised outside, we finished our chores and we only got to watch a half hour of TV a day.  We maybe snuck in an extra half hour if we were feeling devious… don’t tell. I remember being in awe of how many cook books she had. Rows of shelves dedicated

Why are we here?

We have always romanticized the ‘good ‘ol days’ in our minds. You know the ones… The good ‘ol days! The ones we used to read about in story books and nursery rhymes.  The days when our grandparents used to ‘go together’.  The days when you grew your own garden vegetables and fruits. The days when you milked your cow by hand or made fresh bread in the morning. Why don’t people want to live like that anymore?  We’ve lost the authenticity in our day to day lives. We bustle about, feeding ourselves with things that came from a box or


See original article here  Golden Ears Cheesecrafters – Characteristically Smooth The Davison Family – Golden Ears Cheesecrafters Some of us here at SPUD just recently learned that there is a Grand Prix Cheese Awards. Much to our dismay, it in fact does not involve rolling wheels of cheese down the streets of Canada… but it’s definitely a tight race! Local SPUD supplier Golden Ears Cheesecrafters has previously made it in as a finalist, beating varieties from cheese makers all over Canada, and with good reason! Placing that well in this highly esteemed contest is simply a testament to the care