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Black-capped Chickadees at Wye Marsh near Midland, Ontario.
We all made our famous resolutions by now, yet some will be broken before the crocuses peek through the snow. I was never big on making them, for fear I would not live up to my own expectations. But this … Continue reading
My German champagne dessert is a hit with everyone, so I’m posting a recipe in time for the New Year’s Eve bash. Here is the PDF to download: Champagne Dessert Ingredients: 6 sheets gelatin (or 1 pouch gelatin) 150ml (3/4 cups) … Continue reading
A few months ago, a skunk decided to make her home underneath my garden shed. I wasn’t too thrilled about the new tenant, but skunks are nocturnal and I didn’t see or smell her presence the following weeks. This morning, while enjoying a lovely … Continue reading
On the special occasion of Mother’s Day, I’d like to post a recipe in honour of Mother Nature! Forget about treating Taraxacum officinale as a garden or lawn weed and start appreciating the beneficial properties of Dandelions! First, dash out to get a bottle … Continue reading
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