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When I told her dad how quick that car can get around the track, he indicated that was fitting – quick like Sauvie. He asked if it also jumps a lot. Actually the car does jump a lot, how did he know that?
Yesterday was my husband’s birthday. Looking good for 67!!! I love you. I made an apple pie with apples from Machado’s orchard which is just down the road in Auburn. It came out good. I think I should peel the apples next time but it still tasted good. His request for dinner was Sub sandwiches […]
I was sent a copy of this cookbook from the publisher. It’s a lovely, heavy, spiral bound publication with gorgeous full-color illustrations.
The timing of this was wonderful, as Dom and I are unable to travel until we get him out of the wheelchair/physical therapy/stem cell transplant- So, this will be my go-to weekend cookbook!
Quick and easy meals will always have a place in our kitchens (and in our hearts), but sometimes it’s nice to take your time and put a meal together with a little extra care and love. This all-new collection of recipes will tempt family and friends to the table for Sunday supper, or for a home-cooked dinner any day of the week.
Whether you want to prepare an elegant feast for a special occasion or need some simple ideas for meals that will entice your family back to good food, good conversation and laughter at the dinner table, these recipes celebrate what’s on the table – and who’s around it.
Elizabeth Chorney-Booth is a blogger and food writer with 15 years of professional writing. Sue Duncan grew up cooking and eating at every opportunity with her best friend Julie Van Rosendaal, who is a regular CBC radio food columnist, food writer and editor. The three of them grew up enjoying Best of Bridge recipes so they’re absolutely thrilled to be carrying on the legacy. They are authors of Best of Bridge Home Cooking and Best of Bridge The Family Slow Cooker.
I HIGHLY recommend this cookbook. Get it here: BEST OF BRIDGE
Or Here: http://www.bestofbridge.com/books/
Spiral-bound: 324 pages
Publisher: Robert Rose; Spi edition (September 19, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1.5 x 10.5 inches
We were stunned at the outpouring of help and love from our small social circle.Firstly, Richard McM appeared with a wheelchair for Dom and built a wheelchair ramp from our Kitchen down to the Living Room.He returned the next day to “tweak” the ramp an…
Nakoma is a golf resort and lodge in Northern California. The main attraction is that it was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Apparently, the plans were uncovered at some point and the investors of this resort bought the rights to the plans. The Lodge is quite spectacular. Apparently, the golf course, named the Dragon, is […]
Hi gang-Dom is just finishing up his 3rd week of Physical Therapy. We love the entire team and are hopeful that he’ll strengthen. https://www.facebook.com/Therapeutic-Concepts-1408438372782051/?rf=230666430277319Each visit (3 times a week),…
I know I’ve been really quiet for some time now and it’s not for any reason other than that I have been mega busy! This month has seen some quite major changes for me – moving into our new family … Continue reading →
I just went thru this book and I have to say it is just not my thing. It’s kinda pseudo-psychology from a lay- person perspective with all kinds of labels and personality descriptions. I’m sorry, but this book just isn’t interesting at all. I’m sure she means well in describing these personality types but personally, it just feels […]
Since April of 2016 my treatment regimen has been Pomalyst (pomalidomide) and Darzalex (daratumumab), with dexamethasone in the early months. That combination brought my IgG and M-Spike down to the lowest levels seen since diagnosis 14 y…
Saturday morning I travelled to Bowen Island. I had checked the weather forecast for Vancouver and it said cloudy all day, so I figured that arriving on the 9am ferry would provide soft light through the clouds. Well, something went … Continue reading →
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