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ROAD TRIP – LUND, BRITISH COLUMBIA – DAY 1

On the road again, this time to the end of the road — literally! Lund sits at Mile 0 on Highway 101.  Locally the highway is know as the Sunshine Coast Highway.  It is two ferry rides north of the … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING

Yes, that’s bacon! Almost ready…  

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OUR THANKSGIVING

Looking forward to having our family dinner early this year. For the first time it will be at the home of one of our children.  This marks a transition for our family. This will be part of our contribution. and … Continue reading

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Beef Stuffed Bitter Melon

As promised… We purchased two of these unusual (for us) veggies on Sunday at the local market. (On the left) Tonight we decided to cook them up. Started with lean ground beef. Added in tomato sauce, onions, red peppers, and … Continue reading

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Market Day

Sunday is market day at the Rec Centre in North Delta. Local artisans, bakers and produce vendors offer their goods for sale.   I particularly like shopping for baked goods, fruit and vegetables, and some very unusual Asian produce. Have … Continue reading

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Bangers and Mash Rolls in Filo Pastry

I’m back today to share a great suggestion for a twist on a British staple – Bangers and Mash. I made this in about 30 minutes and it is surprisingly easy. Go ahead… try it! I started with beef sausages … Continue reading

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European Road Trip – Chapter Two – Market Day

Any visit to the Provence Region in the south of France would not be complete without a visit to the local markets in the small towns of the area. The markets are morning affairs, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., … Continue reading

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A Road Story – Chapter Ten – … and what do the French have?

A buttery croissant. – Bill Hughes Not only the French but Nancy Garnham as well. In my last Chapter about Jasper I forgot to mention the amazing meals we had that were prepared by Nancy Garnham. She and her husband … Continue reading

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The Ladner Market

Every second Sunday during the summer there is a farmer’s market in Ladner, BC. There is produce, music, crafts, prepared gourmet cuisine, and art. Oh yes, there are dogs.

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