Listen to the podcast interview with Suzanne Crocker from First We Eat.
Suzanne Crocker is a retired family doctor turned filmmaker and director. Her feature documentary All The Time In The World (allthetimeintheworld.ca) was screened in 25 countries around the world and winner of 22 awards. David Suzuki touted it as “A magnificent film.” You can follow Suzanne's ambitious journey to establish food security north of 60 here: FirstWeEat.ca
Putting Food Security to the Test in Canada’s North
A family’s year-long challenge to live off the land where the Arctic Circle is closer than any major city – 3 skeptical teenagers, 1 reluctant husbandno salt, no caffeine, no sugar and -40 temperatures
Food Security North of 60
A retired family doctor’s attempt at a 100-mile diet in the Yukon.
Nerigoma Nanaimo Bars
A uniquely Canadian chocolatey dessert with a twist you’ll love!
How to Start a Vegetable Garden in 12 Easy Steps
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17 Recipes with Maple Syrup
Our best sweet & savoury recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert
Maple-Mustard Braised Chicken With Wilted Kale
An easy and delicious dinner that comes together in about 30 minutes
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Maple-Roasted Spring Onions, Asparagus, Sunchokes, and Goat Cheese with Birch Syrup
Serve this flavourful dish as a side or a vegetarian main