I say, they're a fruit. Because the ones that taste like fruit are the best ones. When you're looking for a tomato, you're not looking for a bright green one nor a very firm one. You're looking for intense reds, (perhaps even oranges, and yellows) with a bit of give when gently squeezed - both… Continue reading a monumental predicament
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the result of other peoples' thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition." -Steve Jobs It's… Continue reading all in eh?
"1. to allay thirst by satisfying 2. to make less active, vigourous, intense, etc. 3. to cause disintegration by treatment with water" - dictionary.com That's slake for you. For some reason I thought that would be appropriate for this post, which is all about watermelon, which we're all very familiar with. Most of the time… Continue reading slake
Parents are such sources of wisdom. Even if they're fuzzy on the mechanics of things, they know the outcome. I guess, most of the time, that's enough to help a kid grow up without slicing their hands open, putting a crater in their cranium, or in my case, scorching off my entire palate. For that,… Continue reading honey makes it hot
I just realized that I've never actually posted a blueberry recipe here before. How do I even call myself a British Columbian right? I do have a handful of blueberry recipes rolled up my sleeve, but it can be tough sometimes to actually go and feature something when you are figuratively swamped by it. Yeah, yeah,… Continue reading Take a minute
Noodles, beyond any other food group has the richest history and diversity. One can tell plenty of dish's origin by simply reading its name as long as it involves a noodle of some sort. I am, by no means, an expert on noodles - especially so when it comes to western pastas. BUT, to be… Continue reading Mien Attitude