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Traveling the Fraser Canyon: https://t.co/4SzsDYG5Yt via @YouTube
Almost forgot to share the cabin cooking shot from the weekend! Eggs, sunny side up on home baked biscuits, hash brown patties, sliced tomato, and the requisite half avocado.
#cabinlife #cabincooking #dadlife #homecooking #biscuits #eggs #avocadoto… https://t.co/aPH15xqOaC
Thanks to @houseofknives I was able to do some late night reading while at the cabin this weekend. We were pretty sure we were under attack from a bear last night so I was re-reading the section of my book on how to fight a bear. As it turned out, there … https://t.co/GBeoFyF4mc
Driving up the Fraser Canyon requires a stop at our favourite little coffee/lunch spot - @bluemoosehope Today’s lunch is the veggie flatbread to share and a cup of @ethicalbean coffee for me. Add a $50 gift card for my fellow blogger @stephenfung who won… https://t.co/639li9Jiaa
There are so many fun halloween events happening in YVR right now and I've gathered a list of some of my faves! Tonight on the blog is a Halloween Roundup of Child Friendly events in #yvr… https://t.co/jgnzSaO8Cg
Tag Archives: seafood
I was in Vancouver near Granville Island the other day for a meeting so I took the opportunity to drive down onto Granville Island and … gasp … I got A PARKING SPOT!! After my meeting, my daughter and I … Continue reading
A new international market development strategy is the latest item on the menu offering BC’s agrifood and seafood products to the world. The strategy aims to build on the record $3.5 billion worth of B.C. products exported in 2015. B.C.’s … Continue reading
Seeing as I was downtown Vancouver yesterday, I decided to try the happy hour menu of a place that I’ve been following on Instagram for quite some time – Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar. We started with a plate … Continue reading
Fresh raw B.C. oysters will be on restaurant menus in 2016 as the B.C. Shellfish Growers Association and the B.C. Centre for Disease Control are co-hosting a workshop for oyster growers to develop management practices and strategies to reduce the … Continue reading