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Food For Thought: Waste Not Want Not Pudding

Dear Ye Annunaki, You might have heard that there is a food shortage here on planet earth. It’s all lies, lies, lies. There is in fact enough food for everyone and this shared meal is proof of that. None the

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Life in the (artistic) Zone

“Can I have your ticket please?” I show the young woman with the stylish hair-cut my Royal B.C. Museum ticket, the one I paid $15.00 plus GST for. “No,  your ticket with a word printed on it…look….”  She deftly produces 

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  • Today’s Lunch
    Last minute choice! Salmon and chopped egg with garlic scapes and chives, piled on slices of crispy light and dark rye toast slathered with melted butter!! Yum yum. For the salmon spread mix together: 1 diced garlic scape with 1…Read more ›
  • Three Sisters Chili 
    This chilli was a big suprise! I’d never had a squash chili, though after reading recipes with squash and beans, and looking at mouth-watering pictures, I had to try it. The result is a slightly nutty, almost parmesan taste! Ingredients…Read more ›
  • Fish Stuffed Tomatoes
    What we had for supper tonight! 3 very ripe beefy tomatoes 4 pieces frozen cod 1 small piece of salmon About 1/3 bunch cilantro 1 green onion Cut the tops off the tomatoes and dig out the innards. You’ll need…Read more ›