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one-time-only & various other events, including ARF, T4T, BP, MLLA, TGRWT, FBG, SHF, RePoWriMo…

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Coconut Milk Shroves and Coconut Chicken Curry (BTFF)

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

summary: recipe for roti jala based on a recipe in FlatBreads and Flavors by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid; coconut chicken curry is great with roti jala; our video of making roti jala; information about Baking Through Flatbreads and Flavors (BTFF) (click on image(s) to see larger views and more photos) A group of us […] Continue reading »

asparagus and baby red onions (real food)

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

summary: two seasonal vegetables barbecued together: asparagus and baby red onions; rave about our weekly farmers’ market; information about “Two For Tuesdays! (real food)” and roquette; (click on images to see larger views and more photos) Every Monday evening, we have the most wonderful weekly farmers’ market set up just a block away. I love […] Continue reading »

fully dressed scones (real food)

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

summary: two recipes: scones and a reasonable facsimile for clotted cream made with yoghurt and goat’s cheese; information about “Two For Tuesdays!” and “Cook the Books“ (click on images to see larger views and more photos) We were reading Nigel Slater’s “Eating for England”: Scones remain the single essential item in the important matter of […] Continue reading »

at last – good homemade veggie burgers (HotM)

Monday, August 25th, 2008

recipe: vegetarian burgers made from dried beans; information about the “Heart of the Matter” (click on images to see larger views and more photos) Heart of the Matter (HotM) – Eating for Life: PICNICS I believe I mentioned that we made vegetarian burgers to go on our hamburger buns. Sure, we turned the burgers into […] Continue reading »

rhubarb pie revisited (Mmm…Canada!/SHF#44)

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

summary: recipe for rhubarb pie; includes recipe for pastry made with lard; high cost of local and/or organic ingredients Jennifer (The Domestic Goddess) has asked us to share a “favourite Canadian confection, indulgence, dessert, sweet… anything really! As long as says Canada” and we “can get some sort of Sugar High from it“. I realize […] Continue reading »

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