Fingerlings

19 Apr 19
Georgia Wildlife Blog

Well, that was a gully-washer of a morning! Hope everyone is safe and dry and making weekend plans for what to do once all the water recedes. In case you missed it: First Striped Bass From Renovated Richmond Hill Hatchery! 6 Fish Species on the Move for Spring Spawning Got your big bream catching plans […]

19 Apr 19
Earth Changing Extremities

Tourists and residents of El Rodadero were amazed to see how the navigable canal that leads to the Las Iguanas Natural Reserve and the World Navy, resembled a gigantic ‘white carpet’ due to the thousands of dead fish that floated in the water. “Oh, what a fish!” Impressed the Bogota businessman Carlos de Zubiría. The […]

19 Apr 19
Earth Changing Extremities

Alvaro Vargas, director of the Environmental Public Establishment (Epa), said that the high temperatures, low oxygen and pollution are the factors that are influencing the mass deaths of fish that these days have been recorded in several internal bodies of water of Cartagena . The official said that the fingerlings, particularly shad , are the […]

19 Apr 19
Dennis Cardiff

    When Rhondda and I returned to our hotel we discovered a message from Paddy. Our photos had been circulated internationally. He also sent a picture of the damaged motorcycle ridden by the deceased biker. I recognized it immediately. We ordered from the room service menu. It wasn’t overly impressive. We started with the […]

18 Apr 19
Debra Paulson

The other day, I was preparing meal number four from the ham I had bought at Trader Joe’s. I bought it in a moment of impetuousness; brought on by the euphoria I feel when I shop at Trader Joe’s. Every couple weeks, I swing by The Boys’ house promptly at 10:00 am (I always shop […]

18 Apr 19
The Biscuit Maven

For years I’ve loved the idea of throwing a dinner party. Not just having people over for dinner, (I do that all the time) but having an exquisite 6-course meal outside, under the lights, with my close friends. So for my birthday this year that’s what I did! Have you seen the movie Julie & […]

18 Apr 19
Potato News Today

The 2019 Canadian Produce Marketing Association Convention and Trade Show took place April 2 – 4 in Montréal. The organizers say it was a resounding success, exceeding the size of all past shows in Montréal . Exhibitors representing over 300 companies accounted for 53,500 square feet of booth space on the Trade Show floor. Among […]

18 Apr 19
Accounting for Taste

Cast-Iron Spatchcocked Chicken with Pastrami Spices by Geoffrey Zakarian is an easy to make, fabulously spiced poultry dish. Sunday chicken evokes comforting childhood memories, so it’s a bonus to add a new twist to an old favorite. About a month ago I blogged on a similar recipe from Mr. Zakarian, Aleppo Pepper and Dill Roast […]

18 Apr 19
ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

I’ve never thought about it before, but my cookbook shelves are a glimpse into the way I’ve lived my life. The oldest ones are recipe books for a beginner cook wanting to do it well: they include the CWA cookbook and Mastering the Art of French Cooking, plus Margaret Fulton and the Women’s Weekly Cookbooks. […]

18 Apr 19

We really should be used to it by now. It’s been nearly 8 years since George R.R. Martin released A Song of Ice and Fire and we’ve been anxiously waiting for his next book installment ever since. (COME ON GEORGE!!! You’re killing us, Smalls!) So when HBO released the final episode of season 7 of […]

18 Apr 19
GourmetoZ

It’s been a while since I posted new recipes here but yesterday I cooked this soup and felt like I have to share it with you guys. This was so delicious, even my kids ate it all with enthusiasm (although they were skeptical at the beginning). So here we go, meet Lohikeitto – a traditional […]

17 Apr 19
Gypsy Road Trip

Senecaville State Fish Hatchery is among the nation’s best hatcheries. Each year, approximately 20 – 25 million fish are raised here by the ODNR Division of Wildlife. They supply lakes and reservoirs around Ohio, as well as six pools in the Ohio River and 10 pools in the Muskingum River.    Since approximately 1.3 million […]

17 Apr 19
Snarfys Noms

This started off as a “Can we try this?” from the future MIL. Usually, I try a recipe as written the first time and then make changes, but I felt like messing with this one right off the bat. I’d made something similar before so I felt like it was okay. Right off the bat, […]