Cabin Living – Labour Day Weekend Photo Essay.

Labour Day Weekend. That time when Summer is slowly letting go and Autumn is soon arriving.  The first day of school. The end of hot afternoons at the lake and the familiar scent of campfire. The new moon has appeared tonight and the sun has set the sky ablaze, indigo and crimson as we inch closer…

Fall Is In The Air & My Quinoa Stuffed Cabbage Roll Recipe

August 26th,  a sunny Monday morning. I stepped outside and immediately felt it; Fall is coming.  Summer was relatively short this year on the coast.  We got a few days of heat-wave like weather then days of rain and sunshine.  Today though, it’s evident. The winds have switched, there’s a bite in the air and…

My Attempt At Persian Chelo-Kebab

One winter evening many years ago my sister called me and asked if I’d like to join her and a friend for Chelo-Kebab.  I had no idea what it was but she assured me it was delicious and that I had to try it.  They picked me up and we drove to the WestEnd of…

Easy Peach Galette

Every Summer my husband’s uncle graciously gifts us a crate of peaches from his organic orchard.  Nothing says summer like sweet juicy peaches.  We usually have way too many so we share them with family or freeze them for breakfast smoothies in the winter.  I cooked a large meal last night and didn’t need to…

The Blogs I Follow – Part II

Back in 2016 I wrote a blog about the blogs I like to read.  It seems many of you enjoyed it. Since then I’ve been following new blogs which I’d like to share today.  So without further delay, these are the blogs I follow – Part II. ADVENTURES IN COOKING   Eva Kosmas Flores is…

A Weekend Journal: Vineyards, Wedding Bells and Buddha Bowl Recipe.

After a whirlwind couple of weeks it feels good to sit in my quiet studio and write.  The rain came early this morning and we moved slowly preparing breakfast smoothies, doing light house cleaning, watering plants; those mundane chores you miss when life is so busy as it tends to get in the summer.  I…