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My review of Sweetwater Bistro in Gibsons, B.C.

In 2009, it was named the world’s most livable town of fewer than 20,000 people by The International Awards for Livable Communities and endorsed by the United Nations. 863 more words

Word Of Mouth

Good enough for company.

“That’s good enough to make for company.”

It’s what my mom usually says when I make these cheesy, herbed potatoes. Company food. The concept is very 1950s. 365 more words

Simple Recipe

But I drive sitting down!

Sir Malcolm Bruce’s excuse, that “If every lying MP was sacked, the House of Commons would be empty”, isn’t funny. It’s appalling. 510 more words

Current Affairs

Culinary Catastrophes and very slooooow soup

This weekend I decided to let go of the to-do lists and writing compulsion and, instead, potter around the house, watch films and have a cook-up. 999 more words


Boeuf Bourguignon

I’ve had Mastering the Art of French Cooking for approximately two and a half years… Maybe closer to three. I have never made anything out of it. 233 more words



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Flash Fiction

Boeuf Bourguignon Recipe (simplified)

I’ve made this Beouf Bourguignon many times before. Every time I do it a little differently. This is the simplist version I’ve come up with. This only took about 2 hours in total (prep + cooking). 390 more words