i don’t always eat grain products, but when i do, i make it worth my while… like with a delicious slice of pie. and there is NO better spring pie than strawberry rhubarb. mmmmmmmmmm Advertisements
it’s not hard to understand the allure of the beloved cherry blossom tree. the perfect fleeting beauty, it’s lush, delicate blooms are anxiously anticipated each Spring, emerging shyly for only a few glorious days before disappearing again for another year.
spring has sprung in ontario and with it comes an array of delicious vegetable crops! though perhaps not as heralded as the late summer bounty or as plentiful as the autumn harvest, spring crops offer some truly unique flavours.
only he can understand what a farm is, what a country is, who shall have sacrificed part of himself to his farm or country, fought to save it, struggled to make it beautiful. only then will the love of farm or country fill his heart.
i LOVE hard boiled eggs. they are a great portable snack and go well with breakfast, lunch or dinner!
inspired by conversation hearts… pale bubblegum pink light goldenrod thistle navajo white mint white ivory
bacon is… the best. just the best. cooking it, however, can be a fiasco; messy, smoky, tricky to get right. but if you have a little bit of time, making perfect bacon can be a snap.
i like meaningful gifts and i think kids need to receive gifts at Christmas that reflect your own gift giving style. rather than just buying them whatever is the latest most popular gadget, try picking out a present that shows you put some serious thought into it!
who doesn’t love fudge around the holidays? this is one that i have been making for a little while, and have adapted so much that i don’t recall it’s origin. but trust me, it is delicious!
butter, like butter baby butter, like butter baby not no Parkay, not no margarine strictly butter baby, strictly butter