MBR September 30, 2016 - Nova Scotia Edition Sep30

MBR September 30, 2016 - Nova Scotia Edition

By noreply@blogger.com (Todd Beal) Welcome to the Beer Report for the last day of September 2016.2 Crows Brewing and Tidehouse Brewing had some exciting news this week. Both upstart brewers received their respective brewing gear. Both will have beer flowing before Christmas.Big Spruce Brewing has some news again …read more Source: Maritime Beer...

The sacrificial lobster roll: Lunch at Lbs. in Toronto Sep30

The sacrificial lobster roll: Lunch at Lbs. in Toronto

By Gabby Peyton Earlier this week a few co-workers and I wandered down Yonge Street to check out the latest restaurant opening near work. Lbs., which stands for lobster, burger, salad, and is pronounced ‘pounds’ is a new concept restaurant that opened up at the end of June. The place is simply gorgeous inside: …read more Source: Food Girl In...

Follow Friday: World Food for Student Cooks

By Diana My friend, and fellow dietitian, Krista McLellan wrote a cookbook! World Food for Student Cooks is geared toward uni students who love great street food and want to learn to make healthy delicious affordable versions at home. Even if you’re not a student you’ll probably enjoy …read more Source: Bite My...

The Halifax Real Estate Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Every Thursday) Sep29

The Halifax Real Estate Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Every Thursday)

Halifax (HRM) Residential Market Statistic Update for the Week of September 22nd – 29th, 2016(Previous weeks numbers in brackets)*Previous Year’s Stats​ Total MarketNew Listings: 278 (378, 273, 252, 306) *553Sold: 141 (135, 132, 85, 132) *129Sale To Listing Ratio: 51% (36%, 48%, 34%, 43%) *23%Price Changes: 229 …read more Source: Halifax Real Estate...

Back to School With Netflix and Snacks on Snacks on Snacks Sep28

Back to School With Netflix and Snacks on Snacks on Snacks

By Michael Cusden As October starts to creep into the picture, it’s hard to believe that school has been going full force for almost a month. For our boys, the days are long, but they are fun and busy. How do they unwind after a day of learning, playing and being busy – …read more Source: Like A...

Packing for Iceland in August

By kristaspurr Packing for Iceland is no small feat. Visitors should expect a narrower range of temperatures, but usually cooler than wherever you live, and dramatic, sudden changes in weather. Also, as a bonus, high winds easily capable of knocking you down. And rain, but only sometimes. Nothing stops for the weather …read more Source: Bite Sized...

Independence is a Virtue For a Toddler Sep28

Independence is a Virtue For a Toddler

By Katie Rose <img src="http://wildrosebuds.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DSC_3481-3.jpg" alt="Wild Rosebuds on allowing her three year old independance to correct his irrational behaviour" width="1335" height="2000" srcset="http://wildrosebuds.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DSC_3481-3.jpg …read more Source: Wild...

From the Block Sep28

From the Block

By noreply@blogger.com (Every Wear I Go) Hair: Iron Salon // Ear Cuff: Forever 21 // Jumpsuit: Zara // Belt: Salvatore Ferragamo // Heels: Christian Louboutin In high school, I had a camel coloured velour sweatsuit that I would occasionally pair with twisted rows in my hair. J.Lo …read more Source: Everywear I...

SEPTEMBER 26 | Special report: Resistance to pipelines rising at the Sacred Stone Camp Sep27

SEPTEMBER 26 | Special report: Resistance to pipelines rising at the Sacred Stone Camp

By GroundWire Production This week GroundWire is produced at CHUO FM, on Algonquin traditional territory in Ottawa. …read more Source: Halifax Media...

The Packing List #27 – September 25, 2016 – Hitchhiker’s Guide to Tantrums

By kristaspurr The Bite-sized Travel Packing List is an email newsletter about travel, planning, packing, nifty finds & more! Click here to subscribe Hello! How did you spend your autumnal equinox? It officially fall in North America, and I am ready for slightly cooler days, but let’s not go crazy, because …read more Source: Bite Sized...

Granola: breakfast or dessert?

By Diana I love granola. It’s part of most of my breakfasts. This despite the recent article in which dietitians decreed granola to be a dessert. Whatever. I love breakfast for supper and, apparently, dessert for breakfast. That being said, I do think that granola can be a part of …read more Source: Bite My...

MBR September 23, 2016 - New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Edition Sep24

MBR September 23, 2016 - New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Edition

By noreply@blogger.com (Todd Beal) Welcome to the New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Edition report for September 23, 2016.Bore City Brewing has a brand new Imperial IPA. Tipsy Giant Imperial IPA is a 8.5% ABV and 75 IBU beer hopped with heavy amounts of Equinox, Galaxy and Topaz. Brewmaster Jamie Melanson says “it’s dank, …read more Source: Maritime Beer...

MBR September 23, 2016 - New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Edition Sep24

MBR September 23, 2016 - New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Edition

By noreply@blogger.com (Todd Beal) Welcome to the New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Edition report for September 23, 2016.Bore City Brewing has a brand new Imperial IPA. Tipsy Giant Imperial IPA is a 8.5% ABV and 75 IBU beer hopped with heavy amounts of Equinox, Galaxy and Topaz. Brewmaster Jamie Melanson says “it’s dank, …read more Source: Maritime Beer...

It’s Festival of Wines Time! Sep24

It’s Festival of Wines Time!

By darmyers It’s one of my favorite times of the year – the annual Port of Wines Festival, is now being called the Festival of Wines. To wine lovers, it’s like Wine Christmas. And I was very …read more Source: Wine-In My...

Apple Picking In The Annapolis Valley Sep23

Apple Picking In The Annapolis Valley

By Katie Rose <img src="http://wildrosebuds.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/applepicking-6.jpg" alt="Wild Rosebuds Apple Picking in The Annapolis Valley with her family to celebrate Fall" width="2000" height="1335" srcset="http://wildrosebuds.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/applepicking-6.jpg …read more Source: Wild...

How I Plan to Make the Most Out of Winter Sep23

How I Plan to Make the Most Out of Winter

By My Spiritual Roadtrip Fall in Halifax The other day I walked through the front yard barefoot to drop my corn cobs into the compost, and it just felt so summery. I loved that little moment so much, but then I immediately went into how I wanted to always live like this and how …read more Source: My Spiritual...

How I Plan to Make the Most Out of Winter Sep23

How I Plan to Make the Most Out of Winter

By My Spiritual Roadtrip Fall in Halifax The other day I walked through the front yard barefoot to drop my corn cobs into the compost, and it just felt so summery. I loved that little moment so much, but then I immediately went into how I wanted to always live like this and how …read more Source: My Spiritual...

How I Plan to Make the Most Out of Winter Sep23

How I Plan to Make the Most Out of Winter

By My Spiritual Roadtrip Fall in Halifax The other day I walked through the front yard barefoot to drop my corn cobs into the compost, and it just felt so summery. I loved that little moment so much, but then I immediately went into how I wanted to always live like this and how …read more Source: My Spiritual...

Pasta sauce made with crickets and mealworms? It’s a thing! Sep23

Pasta sauce made with crickets and mealworms? It’s a thing!

By Gabby Peyton Last night I went to a cool event hosted by the Food Bloggers of Canada at Food Starter, a business accelerator program for people who are passionate about food. They help people commercialize their products by providing a production facility, commercial kitchen and baker equipment, seminars and programs, …read more Source: Food Girl In...

Follow Friday: @rooted_project

By Diana I’ve been neglecting follow Friday posts. I’ve also been thinking a lot lately about how most of what I blog about is tearing things apart. Granted, they all deserve our derision… That being said, after ranting a few times about how there’s so much in-fighting in dietetics I thought …read more Source: Bite My...