Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cat Grass

  It’s the time of year when all you cat owners need to think about growing some grass for your pet. It greatly improves their digestive tract and helps prevent hair-balls.In the summer David Cuts a fresh piece of sod for Gizmo and brings it in the house (He’s strictly an indoor cat).In the winter […]

Toasted Hazelnuts (Filberts)

It’s the time of year to collect all your Hazelnuts (or buy a bag)…. Shell the nuts (or, as I did, buy a bag of shelled ones). Spread onto a cookie sheet and place into a 350 degree oven (pre-heated) for 10 minutes. When they’re ready the skins will split and you’ll notice the darker […]

Curried Chicken

This is a long and detailed process…but it’s about as simple as I can get for now… It’s about as basic as I can get for a good curry. There are lots of shortcuts but none of them really work. This makes an excellent vegetarian curry or add chicken…   Another day I will go […]

Potato and Leek Soup

Leeks are an amazing vegetable. Very high in Vitamins A and K. They grow extremely well where I live (Victoria, B.C. Canada) This soup was very quick to make (30 min) I just used things I had on hand (even used tap water~not stock) – and it was delicious! Remove the large dark green top of the […]

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