In 1867, officially known by the grandoise name of The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, The Grange — as it became universally known — quickly became the most important voice for family farmers, a fraternal organization with rites and oaths similar to dozens of other such organizations spreading across mid-19th Century North AmericaRead More
Author: Escarpment Magazine
This spring pasta dish incorporates some of our favourite fresh, seasonal vegetables, tossed in a creamy source that lends a warm and hearty character for those cool spring days. The recipe can easily be made gluten and dairy free by substituting gluten free pasta, brown rice flour and nutritional yeast.Read More
You have likely already heard of probiotics; they are often referred to as “good bacteria,” “gut flora,” or “microbiota.” They are the bacteria that live in your gut and have received a lot of at- tention for how they help your digestion, immune function, drug metabolism, and more recently your mood.Read More
One of the first things that you have to do when buying or selling a property with a REALTOR® is to establish the relationship between you. This is normally accomplished through an agency agreement such as a Buyer agency or listing agreement in the case of the sale of a property.Read More
A lemon posset is a simple, make-ahead, lemon pudding recipe. Perfect for the holidays when you need a quick dessert that doesn’t require hours in the kitchen! Serve it with a simple
rosemary shortbread cookie to dip in for some added holiday charm.
Between 1974 and 1984 Canadians were dominant on the World Cup downhill circuit. Prior to 1975 no North American male had ever won a world cup downhill race. Ken Read became the first to do so at Val D’Isere in 1975 and so began what would become the stuff of legend.Read More
Would you rather have a back problem or a brain problem? Modern research and clinical evidence has discovered that spinal problems are not only a pain in the neck but they also affect normal brain function. “90% of the stimulation and nutrition to the brain is generated by the movement of the spine,” states Dr. Roger Sperry, Nobel Prize recipient for brain research.Read More
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