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Gorgeous loaf of French-style bread. Super simple to make!
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Cabin cooking day two. Veggies from our garden including zucchini we pan fried and sliced cucumbers. Tortellini with a cheese sauce and a few slices of pork tenderloin roasted in my @fieldcompany cast iron pan.
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Breakfast at the cabin. Nice soft biscuits baked in my @thefieldcompany cast iron frying pan. Still a but doughy inside - another 2 minutes at 450 would fix that. But very… https://t.co/JNpXpvixhe
Black and Blue Salad @293wallace_cooks Grilled to medium rare top sirloin cap on a plate of mixed greens with a nice light blue cheese dressing. Chunks of Blue cheese, tomato, and red onion make this a salad that you actually can make friends with! And b… https://t.co/eifBSkgalu
A wave of garbage was filmed rippling off the coast of the Dominican Republic. An environmental group is working with the government to clean up the area, and says it has collected at least 30 tons of plastic
Tag Archives: coffee
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
Do you know why the hipster burned his lip while drinking coffee? Because he drank it before it was cool. Speaking of hipsters, the Old Crow Coffee Company looks like an atypical hipster enterprise. After all, who, other than some … Continue reading
I received an email letting me know that the Wizards in the Starbucks lab had created a new drink – caramelized honey latte – and that I should try it. In fact if I did try it, they would give … Continue reading
It is not often that you see an independent coffee shop stay open and the Starbucks across the street from it close up shop. However, that is exactly what happened on the corner of 10th Ave and 6th St along … Continue reading
This morning, rather than crossing the street to go to my usual big chain coffee shop I took a chance on an independent coffee/sandwich shop. It was a good choice. The owner/operator of Raw Cuts Sandwich Shop welcomed me to … Continue reading
I am one of those people who simply loves Starbucks coffee. Being a coffee-purist, I enjoy my coffee hot and black. At home we brew our coffee in a bodum, sometimes known as a French Press. This provides the most … Continue reading
You may notice that to the right of this post there is now a thingy that says, “Buy me a coffee?” with the donation amount set at $1.96. What is this? The price of a tall dark coffee at my favourite shop. … Continue reading
A friend from Steveston told me about his favourite breakfast restaurant, Cora. He loves the place so I thought, me being the lover of anything breakfast, I better give it a try. I have to admit I was seriously under-whelmed. … Continue reading
We are currently docked in Juneau, Alaska although my body does not yet understand that it is not actually on a ship. The first shop I walked into I had to ask the woman at the cash if the building … Continue reading