Source: Nova Scotia Kitchens
Thank you all so much for reading and listening along over the past three seasons of Nova Scotia Kitchens. It has been an absolute pleasure to share this project of mine with you. This is the last episode. It has been so much fun to learn a bit about a new medium, visit with my guests and to share our conversations with you! I have some other creative projects in mind, and as much as I would like to do it all, there are only so many hours in the day. It seems like a fitting time to wrap up, during this last month of the decade.
The idea for this project came to me as I was driving one day five years ago, and I am so glad that I ran with it. I have had the opportunity to meet some absolutely lovely people and be welcomed into their homes, which I do not take lightly. Thank you so much especially to everyone who were on as guests and shared recipes – the project wouldn’t have worked without you! It’s definitely been more challenging than I expected to schedule visits, and I wasn’t able to travel as far afield as I had hoped – I’m looking at you, Cape Breton! There is so much beauty and incredible food here in Nova Scotia – and so many people are doing important work in the food community.
Episodes of the podcast and posts with recipes on the website will remain available for the foreseeable future, so you’ll be able to access those for awhile yet.
All of the very best in 2020 and beyond, from my kitchen to yours. If you want to keep up with me, I’m over on Instagram @grahamsherrie, posting pictures of the beautiful natural world that inspires me, and occasionally a cat or chicken, and of course some food shows up now and again. Thank you so much for reading and listening along. Take care!