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Zantoon Trifle

Saskatoon Berry Soup on Bannock …makes Zantoon Trifle! an Invented Name One of the  women at the Cree language lesson I attended – where I got to eat this amazingly delicious dessert – invented the word Zantoon as I was photographing

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The Art of Cooking 

Pause while you prepare your food See the colors Feel the texture Hear the sounds Smell the aroma Cooking is an intuitive practice Practice Practice Practice Pause Taste Reflect Listen to your intuition

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