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Various Pumpkin Pie Variations

The picture above is a pumpkin patch in Sidney, British Columbia that I drive by most years in the fall.  I love how the field is almost entirely orange!  My pumpkin patch certainly doesn't look like that.  Sadly, this year... Continue Reading →

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Today is my Blogiversary!!

Today is my first blogiversary, and if I'd been thinking, I'd have planned a bloggable dinner party to celebrate!  I did have a few family members over for dinner on the weekend, but didn't cook anything blog-worthy, so today is... Continue Reading →

Lemon Snaps

I made Lemon Snaps to take to work.  They sounded amazing... tart, refreshing, and unusual.  The reality was a little  disappointing, but they were pretty good.  The dough did actually live up to my expectations, and I kept nibbling bits... Continue Reading →

Pork Croquettes

After a pork roast, we had some leftover meat, and while my usual way to use it up after we get tired of cold meat sandwiches is to make a pulled barbecue pork for hot sandwiches, I decided it was... Continue Reading →

Baked Apple Butter

I picked a peck, well, only about half a peck of apples from my tree this morning, and am in the process of turning the small, misshapen, scabby ones into apple butter.  I use the weird ones because they're harder... Continue Reading →

Apple Slump

Apple slump isn't something I'm familiar with, so when I saw the recipe in Table and Kitchen I was intrigued, since apple season is upon us.  The recipe they provide is so.... well... weird, I had to google to see... Continue Reading →

Another Croatian Blackberry Recipe

Blackberry season is still in full swing, and while I've slowed down on the picking, I'm still getting out there when I have time.  School starts in a week, so I need to get things done while I can!!  My... Continue Reading →

Hot Ham Sandwiches

Last night for dinner, I decided to try something unusual and totally new - Hot Ham Sandwiches.  I added cheese, because just from reading through the recipe, it seemed like cheese was a must.  And when my other half bit... Continue Reading →

Happy Canada Day!!

It's Canada Day, and today marks Canada's 150th year as a country.  As usual, my family is celebrating with a barbecue in my parents' back yard.  We'll have the usual yummy fare, steaks and lamb chops on the barbecue, corn... Continue Reading →

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