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Gorgeous loaf of French-style bread. Super simple to make!
#cabincooking #bread #frenchbread #dadswhobake #baking https://t.co/I1g3Tofa8J
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.
#cabincooking #cabinlife #zucchini #p… https://t.co/aaqQWiE1ql
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: Shopping
Day two in Austin Texas included a wander along South Congress, a shopping district known to the locals as SoCo, an extended period of time in Allens Boots – Austin’s boot superstore, and finally, a visit to the Circuit of Americas … Continue reading
Seeing as I needed a loaf of bread, I decided to make another visit to the Burquitlam Safeway. While I was there I also checked out the layout of the store and the prices in the new store. After leaving … Continue reading
Friday was the grand opening of the Burquitlam location of the newest Safeway in Metro Vancouver and I have to admit, I was quite impressed with the design and layout of the new store. You enter the new store at … Continue reading
Now that we have had a couple weeks of this hot weather and the forecast calls for at least another week of it what I would call exceedingly hot and humid weather, out here on the West Coast I have … Continue reading
Is there anywhere else in Canada as wonderful to shop at as a Costco? I’m mean really, it is a shopping paradise. Especially on a hot summer afternoon and your kids are cranky from the heat and bored of every … Continue reading
In my ongoing exploration of the differences between a city life and a suburban life, I had blogger Lee-Anne of the Mom Paradigm snap a picture of the shopping experience in the Olympic Village. I then … Continue reading
A couple of stories of total customer satisfaction today. The first one involves a fence for our backyard and the other, tires for the family car. Our backyard is fenced on three sides, but not on the front – the … Continue reading
On Sunday we took the twins to our favourite place in the city, Granville Island. Unlike the brave souls who engage in the blood sport of finding a parking spot on Granville Island, we park a block away and walk … Continue reading