67th Princess Kay of the Milky Way coronation scheduled for Aug. 12, butter sculpting to begin next day
[The link should lead you directly to the article – my apologies if it doesn’t go right – in that case you could look up the CBC documentary about Indigenous and Cottager conflicts about seeding wild rice in Ontario] Ruckus over rice: CBC Documentary
Supply management and the food supply chain cannot be taken lightly: history happens as we sit in self-isolation. The Conversation.com Why-farmers-are-dumping-milk-down-the-drain-and-letting-produce-rot-in-fields
“Sweet Spot – The Doukhobor Jam-Making Enterprise” is the first article in a five part historical series by Jonathan Kalmakoff, in the West Kootenay Advertiser, a supplement to the Nelson Star, Castlegar News, Trail Times, Rossland News, and Grand Forks Gazette and Arrow Lakes News. https://issuu.com/blackpress/docs/i20200423040004465/2?ff&pageLayout=singlePage&fbclid=IwAR2HhCBp6G9PMOzTJuk6_gJpHRGK32i9ibPGK-VJ90hzNHDhafbyd4NEgk0
Historic mill picks up flour slack from empty grocery store shelves A 200-year old flour mill near London, Ontario, has ramped up flour production since the pandemic lockdown began. (The link should open without asking for a subscription! It’s a London Free Press article by Heather Rivers on April 17, 2020).
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/voraciously/wp/2020/04/15/heres-quarantine-cooking-advice-from-the-ogs-of-thrifty-meals-home-ec-teachers/ (Thanks to KB for this link)
“It’s that comfort of connecting to heritage or connecting to a living thing, a microorganism like yeast….” – CBC News April 6, 2020 Here’s why everyone you know is baking bread in quarantine
https://www.cbc.ca/news/covid-19-hand-sanitizer-fact-check-1.5510163 “Ethyl will thrill you but methyl will kill you”……. Thank you to KB for scouting this out.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/a-single-factory-is-now-working-24-7-to-keep-kraft-dinner-on-grocery-shelves-1.4862199 Happy World Home Economics Day!