Anela rockin some One Love at the #downtownCourtenay Comox Valley Farmers’ Market (at Downtown Courtenay)
Roderick Lane has been building Forbidden Fruit Farm since 2009. Focused on long term fruit and nut production, Lane makes soil health a priority – and has launched a line of concentrated plant-based fertilizers to help others grow their spoils.
I interviewed Roderick in July 2014 at the outdoor market. It’s gratifying to find someone who has returned to his community to help it prosper, and who is now exporting products that will help others do the same.
My converstation with Roderick is part of a series of interviews and updates with Comox Valley Farmers’ Market producers and staff, sponsored by hanspetermeyer.ca / EatDrinkMEDIA.ca.
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Torontonian (but long-time Berliner) Gordon W bangs the gong at W-Imbiss in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. Crazy food: Italo-Indo-Mex fused with Gordon’s panache. Tasty. Affordable. Warm atmosphere. Recommended for a light dinner! A memory of my 2010 #tangoprojecthpm visit to Berlin. My tango teacher, Federico Farfaro, told me about W-Imbiss. He was a big fan of Gordon’s cookery, and Gordon and his wife were students, learning tango Argentino with Federico.