Everyone wants their board to look their best. No one wants a lingering odour or stain. There is a variance of instructions out there that, while well meaning, will actually damage and stain your boards. Below is a list of the do’s and don’ts of what to use on your wooden boards and bowls and […]
Homestyle Blueberry Yogurt Cake Recipe This cake from the Select Nova Scotia recipe collection and gave tastes to the hungry hordes. It is really good! And it is possible to make with mainly good, clean, and fair ingredients. You can make this cake long after the summer season using frozen blueberries.Blueberry Yogurt CakeIngredients1 ½ cups […]
Now that we have a little store in Wolfville we are able to offer a simple service. Bring in your empty can of conditioner and yes – we can fill it and yes – you get it for less!
Slow Food is a movement that started in Italy that is promoted as an alternative to fast food, it strives to preserve traditional and regional cuisine and encourages farming of plants, seeds, and livestock characteristic of the local ecosystem.
Hi all, As we are in the midst of a ‘wicked’ winter storm and we have extra time around the house – how about we condition our Larch Wood cutting board!
When looking at cutting boards it is helpful to recognize that there are apples and there are oranges and that they are not necessarily interchangeable. Price can’t necessarily tell you which is better crafted or more durable either. Then there is the design factor. Do you want durability or do you want a ‘look’ or […]
Chef Jamie Kennedy in Real Style Network says that a Larch Wood End Grain cutting board is one of his favourite gifts to receive. How cool is that 🙂
The people in Wolfville now know that they can find Peter Nowlan, master sharpener on Wednesdays tucked away in the back room of Larch Wood. Peter is a self-confessed knife geek. This is from his web site. “I have been fascinated by knives and especially sharpening them for about 35 years. My dad gave me a lesson which […]