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On the road to the Boundary region with my @bluemoosehope coffee cup full of coffee. The open road calls.
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All loaded up and ready for a weekend away. My overnight bag is the @bexargoods Vagabond Backpack. Hers is in the background.
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Tag Archives: cabin cooking
We took a trip to the cabin and we cooked the kids favourite vegetable – Brussel sprouts. Yep, my kids love Brussel sprouts. Perhaps that is because of the way we cook them. Have a look and see what you … Continue reading
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We took a quick family trip to the cabin a couple of weeks ago and of course before we left I took my kids over to Farm Town Meats in Burnaby to let them choose the meat entree that we … Continue reading
Cabin Cooking – pictures are worth a 1000 words right? Well here are a few thousand words!! Let me just say, thus steak from Meatcraft Urban Butchery was awesome. And the veggies from the Desert Hills Ranch in Ashcroft…wonderfully fresh … Continue reading
On the long weekend just passed, I decided to head out of town to the cabin. As well as making bread at the cabin, I also needed something substantial for my dinner so of course I visited Meat Craft, my … Continue reading
Family Day is the newest stat holiday in BC so I did my usual routine and got out of the city. I headed up the Fraser Canyon to the cabin. And as I usually do at the cabin, I got … Continue reading
This week I took a quick trip to the cabin and as usual, I took the opportunity to cook a dinner of the foods that I enjoy – including brussel sprouts – without worrying whether the kids would eat it … Continue reading
I snuck out of town to my cabin again, this time to measure the cabin roof and prep it for a replacement. And of course a trip to the cabin means I’m going to cook meat. As usual, I headed … Continue reading
Before I head out of town I like to stop in and see Greg the Butcher at Port Moody’s Meatcraft Urban Butchery for advice on what quality piece of beef I should take and cook at my cabin. Before I … Continue reading