If you visit the North Vancouver Shipyards on a late Friday afternoon, you will encounter vivid multi-coloured food trucks cautiously navigating the narrow dockyard roads to find a space to settle. It is “set-up” time for the Shipyards Night Market event that features a marvelous variety of delectable repasts. The preparation is fascinating. Everywhere I … More The Shipyard Food Trucks
“I live on good soup, not on fine words.” Moliere In my research into mythologies concerning roosters, I discovered that the origin of chicken soup came from trying the harness the energy of a rooster. It was thought that by eating a rooster, the symbol of the sun, the recipient would be infused with vigour … More Good Soup & Pure Hearts
I am feeling the lightness of decluttering. I confess that my “bite-size” approach to reorganization that I spoke loftily about in my last post became more of an enormous feast that offered course after course, each more tempting than the one before. The lazy days of summer, sipping ice tea and reading a good book, … More Æbleskiver & New Journeys
Whenever I think of fun and fellowship, the first thing that comes to mind is food. It is a trilogy: food, fun and fellowship. The kitchen was the centre of our home when I was a child. Food preparation was an all day project, from making fresh bread, to baking blueberry pies ( we actually … More The Never Ending Search for Fast Food!