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People sit in the pick up zone for 10-15 minutes with their cars or vans idling so they can run their air conditioner. I guess they’re waiting for someone else to do something about… https://t.co/cVc4Qz55id
@A_Dads_Tale Is this the start to a joke?
Q: What’s scarier than one dad in the woods?
A: FIVE dads in the woods.
#FiveDadsInTheWild coming to a forest near you. This September. Watch for it. #NotAJoke
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I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/wwgfYCIKc0 Chevrolet Equinox | Most Road-Trippable Town in Canada | Wilsons, New Brunswick
Daughter and I had a great time in Lynn Canyon yesterday. I love the look on the woman on the bridge behind us! Also, I couldn’t believe how busy the bridge and the trails were.
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For me, Forrest Gump represents the perfect movie. It's got everything, yet never feels disjointed or scattered. It's a box of chocolates and we can't wait to eat the next piece. https://t.co/awW3ACj7vY
Tag Archives: steak
I have been crazy busy this week with work and making plans to head off to Whistler for the Beer Festival so I haven’t had a chance to sit down and tickle the keyboard. I have to admit, I have … Continue reading
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
Good old lunch of steak and potatoes with a little sautéed broccolini to make it even more healthy. The potatoes are fingerlings. Steamed. Best eaten dipped in a creamy dip. The broccolini is cooked by adding it to a large … 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
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
I have written a couple blog posts now about the Meat Craft Urban Butchery located in Port Moody. And, although they have been open for business for a couple of weeks now, they are going to have a grand opening celebration on … Continue reading
Typically you would think that an accountant would know better than to open a restaurant. But when an accountant grows up in a home with parents who are very accomplished chefs, it sort of becomes a foregone conclusion that they … Continue reading
Yesterday in my blog post about the Gammon bacon I mentioned the other piece of meat that I took along on my weekend trip to my cabin – the boneless strip loin steak from Meat Craft Urban Butchery. The strip … Continue reading
On a recent trip to the cabin I decided to do something a little different. So I stopped at my local Theifty Foods and bought a bison strip loin steak. I laid it in one of my cast iron frying … Continue reading