I have visited a few stores in search of ginkgo nuts ????????to no avail. I found a place that sells the tress. Apparently they smell so the females are not popular as ornamentals. Very interesting tree. http://www.grimonut.com/section2.htm#ginkgo
This is so silly. I am going to go over there and complain about their sad excuse for kimchi! http://www.thestar.com/article/199067 Mr. Hashimoto explains that, in true Japanese cooking, the rice has to come from Japan. “It makes a difference,” he says. “There, people can eat the rice by itself because it’s so much more flavourfulcontinue reading
Went to Vegas with my family and Randy for my mom’s 60th. They liked Cirque du Soleil and the short flight to the Grand Canyon was actually fun.
Unfortunately, there was no Green Card in the envelope.
A little cross-Canada phrasebook http://www.geist.com/phrasebook/index.php My favourite is “eltswhere” for “elsewhere”. If someone were to ask me whether I pronounced it with a t, I probably would have denied it, but actually, it feels natural in the mouth. How do you say it?
http://www.crustastun.com/continuous.html and then it is shucked by pressure: http://www.secretlifeoflobsters.com/blog/2006/06/how-to-kill-lobster-redux.asp http://www.shucksmaine.com/ And there’s none of the waste, shrinkage, and mortality loss (you meaning killing?) that come with using live lobsters.
Wow, it has been so cold here this winter (10 C) but today, it hit 20! The plums are blooming. I was going to compose a dis’ haiku but thought that that would be cruel.