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Squash soup with a twist

Fragrant, sweet and spicy, this butternut squash soup is spiked with Thai flavours. Garnish it with the leaves and flowers of Thai purple basil, if you like. Pumpkin may be used in place of the squash; both will give the immune system a powerful beta-carotene boost. Ingredients: 1 1/2 Tbs. olive oil 3/4 cup sliced ... Read More »

Middle Age Vegan: Devilish Potatoes

If you had told me three years ago that I would be a vegan today I would have laughed – heartily. I was doing my best to live sensible middle aged life and had cut down on meat and lightened up on cheese, but give it all up; not a chance. Then life made the decision ... Read More »

Test and Tune is rip roaring good time for racers

This past Sunday, the Sunshine Coast Drag Racing Association SCDRA held their final event of the season at the Sunshine Coast Regional Airport. Approximately 30 members attended the test n tune and spent a fun afternoon racing against friends and testing any late season mechanical tweaks to the cars. The day is also an opportunity ... Read More »

Classic car touring brings home more than memories to Coast couple

A Sunshine Coast couple had a lot of great adventures in a dolled up Model A Ford and one of those adventures at a Langley car show even netted them some serious cash. “We were married in Aug 7, 2004 at the Blue Heron and had a 1929 Model A Ford Tudor Sedan hot rod ... Read More »

Car share a fiscally sound choice for drivers

Sharing cars means sharing costs, and when it comes down to avoiding big auto bills, Coast Car Co-op is a sensible choice. Membership is even more enticing since they provide fuel and insurance, maintenance, and cleaning. “We have two cars in Gibsons and one in Roberts Creek,” Executive Director of the Co-op Johan Stroman noted, ... Read More »

Come celebrate salmon runs at Rivers Day

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Tips for prospective horse owners

Children often dream of waking up one morning and finding their own horse or pony in their yards. Some people are able to make this dream a reality and own these beautiful animals. Whether raising a horse for pleasure or profession, it is important to know that caring for horses can be labor-intensive. The reward ... Read More »

Enjoy Coast harvest time with local produce

Farm Gate Market: Wednesdays weekly to October 29. Locally grown produce and organic food, seedlings, flowers and baking. 3 to 6 pm, Roberts Creek Hall, Hwy 101. Friday Farmers’ Market: At the Gibsons Public Market: 12 to 6 pm, To Oct 10. Pick up locally grown fruits and vegetables, seedlings for your own garden, frozen ... Read More »

Learn how to save seeds like a pro

If you want to grow plants from your own seeds and understand the important techniques for preserving viable seeds from one year to the next, you may want to show up on Saturday, October 11 from 10am to 12pm to the Saving Seeds that Sustain Us workshop with Leonie Croy & Maria Hunter at the Davis ... Read More »

How would YOU survive an earthquake?

Emergency Preparedness Information Meeting will take place on Thursday October 16, from 7 to 8:30 pm at Sechelt Town Hall Community Meeting Room 5797 Cowrie St. This free event is sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Emergency Program (SCEP), which will present information on: What hazards are affecting the Sunshine Coast, What SCEP has in place ... Read More »

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