Category Archives: Food and Drink

Thoughts and observations on the places we go to eat, and the foods we eat, crave and see during our daily adventures.

We Cook Scrambled Eggs Gordon Ramsay Style

On my most recent trip to the family cabin my daughter and I tried cooking scrambled eggs Gordon Ramsay style – and I would say we had some success. Have a look.

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Ba Lé Sandwich Shop

I went out searching for another beautiful Vietnamese sub sandwich. This time I followed up on Beyond the Rhetoric – my fellow foodie’s recommendation and stopped at Ba Lé on Main Street just south of Hastings Street. Ba Lé is … Continue reading

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Beet Greens and Eggs for Breakfast

Breakfast today was two eggs from the place we always stop in Agassiz fried sunny side up and perched atop a little nest of beet greens from my front yard garden. The eggs and beet greens were all sitting on … Continue reading

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Burgers at the Dewdney Pub

My buddy and I were travelling through the very smoky Fraser Valley yesterday in my gasoline powered car (more on that soon) and we needed lunch. We could’ve stopped at the Mission Springs Brew Pub in Mission or Rocko’s Diner … Continue reading

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Corn on the Cob – “Packed Fresh”

I was in a dollar-type store yesterday looking for playing cards when I stumbled across corn on the cob. Corn on the cob – vacuum packed. Ready to eat, corn on the cob. Corn on the cob vacuum packed. Corn … Continue reading

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Camp Cooking Essentials

As I mentioned in my last blog post, I survived a camping trip to the Lightning Lakes campground in Manning Park with my wife and kids. Part of my survival is based on what I took along for camp cooking … Continue reading

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Folgers® Coffeehouse Blend and Life’s Intersections

When Folgers® Coffeehouse Blend asked me to think about what role coffee has played in the important “intersections” in my life, I went on a very pleasant trip down memory lane. The fact is, coffee has been a constant and supporting … Continue reading

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Grilling Season Has Begun

I’m a little late to join the grilling season this year but what the hey, I’m doing it now. The fact that I’m eating more of a plant-based diet isn’t going to keep me from grilling this summer. So last … Continue reading

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Food Pics From the Victoria Day Weekend 

Just a selection of food pics from my Victoria Day long weekend. To begin, a little ribeye steak from Romer’s Burgers in Port Moody. Very good. And you can’t have a steak without dessert. Drunken Donuts and a very lovely, … Continue reading

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The Soft Opening of Pepper Lunch Canada

I saw a note on Instagram about a new location of the Pepper Lunch restaurant having a “soft opening” event on Saturday and knowing that I was going to be dropping my family off at YVR that morning, I added … Continue reading

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