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    I think we've hit a heat wave over here on the west coast. Other places may look at our low 30 temperatures and think, "That's nothing!" Well, it sure doesn't feel like nothing to me! I'm the type of person who would rather be too cold than too hot. You can always put on another jacket to warm...
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    Of all the meal genres out there, (yes, I called them genres...breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert...they each have their own distinct form and style) brunch holds a special place in my heart. This morning I finally got a chance to visit Fable Kitchen in Kitsilano. The last time I tried to visit...
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    Have you heard of the cronut? I know it's been getting some bad press lately for making some people ill in its run as a burger, but I was still curious. Jimmy Fallon is obsessed with them. He even had the pastry chef who created them on his show to do a demo of how they're made. Having tried...
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    I spied some local fava (broad) beans at our farm market a few days ago and couldn't resist. If you've never had fava beans, you're missing out! I will admit, they are a bit of work, but they are so amazing. When they're in season, the beans are creamy, toothsome, and nutty with a slightly...
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    Just a quick post to talk about the amazing treats I had today. We went down to Kitsilano and had a picnic by the beach. The weather was amazing. A cool breeze, a shady spot, and a simple picnic of salmon, rice, and fruit. As we strolled along 4th Avenue, we stopped in at 49th Parallel and...
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    D woke up feeling pretty good this morning, so we decided to head down to the Powell Street Festival . This is a yearly festival that celebrates Japanese culture in its many forms. From bonsai trees to live drumming to lots of delicious food, there was plenty to do and see. As interesting as...
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