It all started in the fall of 2017 when Scott and Kylie Bartman, along with their three children Kamden, Kinsey, and Greyson bought a farm and decided to live life a bit differently.
Marilou Yampolsky, Special to the Camrose Canadian
One of the things I love about Camrose is how diverse a population we are.
If you ever see Guy and his team out in the community serving up pulled pork and pepperoni sticks, do yourself a favour and go buy yourself lunch.
Tucked nicely into the café at the Bailey theatre in our lovely downtown Camrose is a cozy little restaurant that’s so impressive you’ll be a regular in no time.
It’s time! The neighbourhood envy has started up, and as the smells of barbecue season waft in, everyone is second guessing their supper choice saying, "why didn’t we throw our supper on the grill?"
For 45 years Meals on Wheels has been filling a major need in Camrose.
Ever wondered what it takes to be a chef?
You are not supposed to feed the bears in the wild, but without a well-balanced meal from billets, Camrose Kodiaks players would not have advance to the second round of the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs on the weekend.
We’ve done all the fun winter snow stuff. We’ve been tobogganing, skiing and made snow forts galore, but when its crazy cold and we are getting sick and tired of winter it's time to brighten up our anti-snow attitude with some fun in the kitchen winter snacks.
If you haven’t been to the Ukrainian lunch at the Ukrainian Catholic church, it’s an experience you don’t want to miss.
As a working mom, I have learned to appreciate the freedom of cooking in a slow cooker.
It’s January people. Time to shift our thinking, sign up for the guilt trip, instantly and enthusiastically change our eating habits and become a healthy, happier you.
It’s only the first week of December, but it’s not too soon to start thinking and planning for Christmas dinner. If it’s your first time, or your twentieth time preparing the big family feast, it still requires the same amount of planning and prep.
This article is a big shift from the usual, we are not talking about people food, the focus this week is on dog food.
In the community of Bashaw, on a 100-year-old family farm, you’ll find Applejack Ranch.
Murray and Edith Tabler established TME farms in this year with the mission to bring quality meat to the people.
Have you ever cleaned out your pantry/cupboard and tossed expired food that you never got around to eating in time? Brought in the groceries and put yet another can of beans beside the exact same can already in the cupboard? Are you like me and have regular recipes that you make all the time and find your grocery list the same every single week? Do
If you haven’t stopped in to try out the new coffee shop in town, it’s time to stop in and find out what all the buzz is about.
Some good, downhome southern hospitality has moved-in downtown.
Did you grow up with that grandma who’s house always smelled like fresh baked cookies? Whose cookie jar was always full? A grandma who never complained when you ate fresh veggies out of her garden and sat on the porch shelling peas for hours and only a rare few made it into the bowl?