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Sautéed Red Kale with Feta and a Fried Egg

Summer has continued to be on the busy side and now my days are filled with job searching, interviews, and company research. And now that I’m car-less, I can’t just hop in the car and escape to my favorite place, the grocery store. 236 more words

Food

Which Came First? - a poem by Kate Rauner

Classic conundrums
Can be solved;
Ancestors laid eggs
Before chickens evolved.
And long before
Any bird flew,
Feathers evolved
More than we knew.
Lovely plumage, 103 more words

Poetry

Shizuku Ramen (revisited)

309 Victoria Street, Abbotsford 9995 8180

Tan Tan Men

Free range pork mince, egg, chilli oil, preserved vegetables, rich sesame sauce

= Good

Hokkaido Miso Ramen… 188 more words

Japanese

Greens 'n Eggs, No Ham

Crack an Egg on Your Head

This savory, gluten-free breakfast or brunch parfait reminds me of a childhood rhyme. Pretending to crack on an egg on a friend’s head, you would say, “Crack an egg on your head, let the yolk drip down, let the yolk drip down, let the yolk drip down,” and as you repeated the words, you’d run your hands down your giddy friend’s arms in a tickly kind of way. 46 more words

Gluten-free

Spiced Cauliflower Couscous

Summer has a natural, flowing vitality to it, an unfaltering sun-drenched splendor. And its gifts just keep on coming in the form of fresh produce. I hardly think a faux couscous made of cauliflower with yellow raisins and spices deserves its own post, delicious as it may be, even topped with an egg (my fave!), but consider this a rendition of “welcome to what we really eat”– a portrait of dinner for when I work too hard and play too hard or when, for a rare moment, I’m home alone. 741 more words

Entrees

Trứng kho nước tương

Mấy tuần nay tự nhiên lười chảy nhớt, vẫn nấu ăn mỗi ngày mà sao lười mang lên blog ghê…Cái này chắc do tự kỷ hehe… 535 more words

Món Cơm

American-style Pancakes served with pesto and cheese

It was my parent’s 20th wedding anniversary today and I made them breakfast in bed!  I started off by serving them these American pancakes.  These pancakes are the fluffiest, most melt-in-your-mouth, sweetest ones you have ever tried.  312 more words

Caster Sugar