Over the last few years The Chelsea Ski Challenge along the old rail right of way has experienced sunny skies with icy trails, and freezing rain with slippery roads. This year dished out sub-tropical temperatures in the -25C range, wind, and ideal snow conditions on well set ski tracks. Nevertheless, even after Montreal closed its winter celebrations because […]
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The holidays passed quickly, as usual. Jonji and I hopped between families, spending Christmas Eve with the Barbers at Jason and Shellie’s for dinner, gifts, and games; Pat and Taz’s on Christmas morning for breakfast and gifts; my parents’ for brunch and presents by the fire, then a welcome walk along Westcliff before settling down […]
The transition to a keto diet will also be difficult, but this “induction” phase does not need to be! The ketogenic diet has transform the go-to healthy diet for losing weight, managing diabetes, and perhaps preventing and managing conditions such as neurodegenerative diseases and cancer. Each recipe in The Beginner’s KetoDiet Cookbook? is designed to […]
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be all about the candy and sugar. Healthy dishes can be just as fun and festive! Join us as we celebrate all day long with these colorful, unique, and healthy Valentine’s Day recipes!
Date: January 21, 2019 Recipe #4: Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies with Pecans & Dried Cherries Grocery Bill: ???? My husband kindly did the shopping this week and shared that pecans cost a small fortune. Dried tart cherries, unsalted butter, pecans, vanilla, bittersweet chocolate & dark brown sugar. Baking Music: Santana Noteworthy: *I honestly don’t ever […]
Popcorn Shed are a UK company that produce delicious gourmet popcorn, perfect for gifting to a loved one (Where are they?) and packaged in an apt shed design. I was kindly sent some of the range to try by the Popcorn Shed team and I was delighted to try a new brand. Popcorn Shed is one […]
January always brings high hopes and plenty of resolutions for the new year – from health goals and travel plans to personal projects and career aspirations. Although we believe each day is a new opportunity to make your life as fulfilling as possible, there is something exciting about a fresh start so we wanted to […]
Those of you who read this regularly (not something I make easy for you to do, admittedly) might remember me going on about how much I loved Ken’s Cafe chocolate tarts. I still do – or I would, if I could find them. Instead, they’ve made way for some less perishable baked goods as part […]
As there was only 3 of us for the first task, as a group we decided that I was best if we allocated roles so that no ones styles clashed, along with this we didn’t want to make outcomes that weren’t needed. So we decided that one person will do majority of the research, one […]
Alex Dunlap Gives Us Amazing Insight on The Delectable Dishes at Epcot’s 2019 International Festival of Arts January 18 to February 25 Food & Beverage Content Relations Coordinator My Disney Story began in June 2016, when I became a graphic design intern for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Food & Beverage. During my internship, I […]
J was a good sport and let me take a picture of his Eggs Benedict. Not that he would have been able to stop me of course! Not much was happening and it was soon time for lunch. Today I had the mixed greens with orange and wahoo. Of course I had an ice cream […]
Now we’re getting into the candy section! Denmark is flooded with American candies like Skittles and Twix, and with German sweets like Kinder eggs and Haribo gummies, but several Danish sweets are very common — and working hard to earn them a place in the top three happiest countries on the planet. How well are those sweets working?
Pretty darn well.
Tonight we are going to review another single varietal merlot wine -Merlot 2014 by Vinaria Nobila. This is the successor of the famous Merlot 2012 wine and because it is one of the winemaker’s flagship wines, it has been aged for 24 months in new oak barrels, which is quite a lot. Merlot is usually regarded as the underdog to cabernet sauvignon, but make no mistake here – merlot wine is first class. Cool climate merlot is more structured with green tannins and round body, while warm climate merlot is more fruit-forward with ripe tannins, but let’s get rid of the theory side – on to the tasting!