So…the bullet journal thing…it’s not going as well as I’d hoped. I forgot to set up the next week before the next week came. Naturally. I did meal plan, though. This worked wonderfully the first week. This week….well, not so much. Partly, this was due to having company. We did a couple of impromptu seafood…… Continue reading lunchtime ~ salad rolls
I miss having a garden of my own. It’s particularly sad because there’s nothing better than beans or tomatoes fresh from the garden. Thankfully, we have a local farmer who sells lovely produce from his garage at the best prices in town. As we were driving near his home one day we decided to stop…… Continue reading farm fresh balsamic beans
My Love recently went to our local fisherman’s co-op and brought home a new-to-us kind of fish–hake. It was fresh and reasonably priced. If silver hake is new to you, as well, it is described as “a close relative of the cod” by thisfish.info. Because I’d never cooked this particular fish before, I was unsure…… Continue reading what the hake?
Since we began traveling to the east coast, we have been on a quest for the best cup of seafood chowder. There have been many tasty samples along the way, but I think our favourite, as yet, has been the offering from the Water-Prince Corner Shop in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. I believe we first heard…… Continue reading soup’s on ~ chowdah
Growing up, my dad used to love fiddleheads in the spring. I was a pretty adventurous kid, I liked most veggies and I thought these unique springtime delicacies were rather tasty. So when I saw packages of fresh fiddleheads at the market, I thought I’d better grab ’em. My dad would have been all over that. In case…… Continue reading springtime means fiddleheads
Do you know the Banana Song? It’s always a favourite for kids of all ages at camp and Kids’ Club alike. The chorus goes: I like bananas; I know that mangos are sweet I like papayas, PAPAYAS! But nothing can beat: The sweet love of God A do do…… Continue reading i know that mangos are sweet
Am I the only one who thinks of this jingle from back in the day? https://youtu.be/tzY7qQFij_M Let’s take a stroll down memory lane, shall we? Christmas time. Television ads capturing the hearts of children and the wallets of their parents. Remember Slinky, the wonderful toy song? “Batteries not included” caveats? The game of Trouble with the fancy pop-o-matic…… Continue reading cha-cha-cha-chia