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too good tuesday #2

19 Feb

Life has been flying by (as per usual), and it’s already time for the second installment of too good tuesday. Here is my previous round up of links, in case you missed it last week.valentinestreatValentine’s Day was sweet and thoughtful. blueskyOutside, it felt like spring; blue skies overhead.natashanewtonNatasha Newton’s new blog/project is gorgeous and inspiring. indianNOMToasting brand new spices and cooking from scratch all day yielded one of the best Indian meals I’ve ever made. printmakingGot back to printmaking & started producing some new moleskines for my shop. Had a happy accident when almost running out of lino ink… mixed 1 part block printing ink to 1 part screen print ink: the ink block stayed moist, had better ink transfer to both the plate and paper, and my prints dried quickly.

What was too good to you this past week?

turkey temptations

8 Oct

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Thanksgiving is about reflecting on your many blessings, and appreciating all of the great gifts that are part of your everyday life; but let’s be honest, it’s also an excuse to gorge on a gigantic plate of the most delicious, savory and heart-warming food any kitchen has to offer. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, buns, brussels sprouts, salads, wine…. need I say more? My weekend has been full of delicious food and gratitude.

valley gourmand

9 Aug

Apart from soaking up the scenery, visiting my family and friends, or selling my artwork, the thing I love most about going back to the Columbia Valley is the delicious food choices. It’s tough not to become a complete gourmand when beautiful dishes like these are available.The crispy flatbreads from (my two good girlfriends, Kristine and Ruth’s restaurant) The Pynelogs Cafe (aka The Scotty Burger), are to die for! It’s an amazing from scratch restaurant where you can sit on a gorgeous sun soaked patio overlooking Kinsmen Beach in Invermere. The treats from Tony’s Greek Grill in Fairmont like calamari, donairs, souvlaki, salad and lemon oregano fries are always sure-fire crowd pleasers. Sushi and Edamame from Fubuki Sushi was thoroughly enjoyed outside in the evening sunshine after Tour of the Arts and I can hardly wait to get back sometime soon to gorge on felafels at the brand new Safta’s Kitchen in Radium. There sure are some good eats in the valley!