Category Archives: 50-Mile Eat Local Challenge

We’re a-puttin’ on up!

‘Putting up’ is a colloquial term referring to the process of canning : preserving foods by packing them into glass jars and then heating the jars to kill the organisms that would create spoilage. But along with canning, other food preserving methods … Continue reading

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Haiku Winners Announced!

Another Fall Fair and 50-Mile eat Local Challenge period has gone by, already. Add to that, the end of another gardening season, as the tomatoes and whatnots waved ‘ciao-ciao’ this past weekend, as the weather turned blustery. This year, Skookum’s … Continue reading

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Time to Vote on Powell River’s 50-Mile Eat Local Challenge’s Best Haiku!

Skookum got all artsy and decided to host a 50-Mile Challenge-themed Haiku contest. Many poets responded, and from these (read them all here: http://pr50.wordpress.com/haiku), we selected the five best and now it’s time for you to VOTE on who gets to … Continue reading

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