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Most of my 'food'-weekdays are spent consuming leftovers from weekend cooking jags, but when I hit Saturday and Sunday again I'm ready for new adventures in the kitchen. Ramona and I scan favourite websites, check out what Lucy Waverman is … Continue reading
Actually, the first dish I cooked for our dinner on Saturday involved no cooking whatsover. I have to admit having a weak moment and buying some California tomatoes, was just missing something juicy to bite into other than my dill … Continue reading
I am one of those picky people who can't stand eating a banana that gets into that slightly overripe phase. I'm not talking black, gooey bananas…but I like my eating bananas to still have some bite to them. Otherwise, they … Continue reading
Right at the end of last year my wife and I bought half a cow. It was already processed, so we didn't have to find a place for it in the yard, just in our freezer. I had a lot … Continue reading
This photo is of about 11 pounds of pork belly, it's even got my name on it, if you look carefully on the left-hand side of the photo. It's the belly from the half-pig I bought from a farmer/farm magazine … Continue reading
This morning on CBC Radio's Early Edition program with Rick Cluff I featured just some of the gadgets Fontaine Wong of Ming Wo Cookware has recommended as gifts for this holiday season. Here is the list of everything I talked … Continue reading
The other day I was listening to CBC Radio and the topic of discussion was the great delicatessens of North America. There was talk of Montreal smoked meat sandwiches, the historic delis of New York City, and the decline of … Continue reading
Satisfaction in the summer for me comes from spending hours in the kitchen, preserving stuff from my own garden or from local farms. Does that sound weird? I guess I get it from my mother, although I never heard her … Continue reading
Apparently in this photo are most of my mother's 15, yes, fifteen aunts and uncles. And I thought she came from a big family with 3 sisters and 4 brothers. This photo came to my sister recently from a … Continue reading