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My bastard love pizza

Some people will be disgusted with this pizza but I’m ok with that. For me cooking is about experimenting and this pizza certainly combines many different types of foods; in fact if Frankenstein ever gave birth to a…

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Posted by: on Wednesday, April 6th, 2011
Categories: Meditations | Tags: , | 4 Comments »

You can’t beat the beans

I love to cook and be creative. I love creating and eating complex dishes with many ingredients resulting in a multi flavoured foodgasm. But sometimes nothing can beat a classic simple dish that connects you to your…

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Posted by: on Saturday, June 19th, 2010
Categories: Meditations | Tags: | 8 Comments »

What would your last meal be?

Had a conversation the other day about people on ‘Death Row’ (not sure how we ended up on this topic) and what people’s last meals would be. It lead to us wondering what would we have as our last meal if we had to…

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Posted by: on Saturday, June 19th, 2010
Categories: Meditations | Tags: , , , | 2 Comments »

Is it wrong to want to steal another mans sausage?

I pride myself that I have never stolen anything in my whole life. But every morning as I walk my daughter to daycare I pass a house and see sausages just hanging outside the window. I am now tempted to steal every single…

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Posted by: on Saturday, February 13th, 2010
Categories: Meditations | Tags: | 2 Comments »

Where’s Perry?

I first heard of Perry while watching a great little show from the UK called ‘Oz and James Drink to Britain‘ where they try to find the one true drink that best represents Britain. Perry is very similar to…

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Posted by: on Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Categories: Meditations | Tags: , , | 4 Comments »

Adraki lamb chops with spiced potato mash

This was really great. The lamb was cooked in the oven, just a little more than medium rare. The chops were organic with a good amount of wholesome fat on them. Also now that I have found a lactose free yogurt I could…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010
Categories: Guidance | Tags: | 4 Comments »

Salmon and ginger fishcakes with sweet-and-sour salad

This was the first time I have ever made fishcakes, so I thought I would download a recipe online. With some small alterations it turned out rather well. Here is the recipe: Serves 4 Ready in 30 minutes Ingredients 500g…

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Posted by: on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010
Categories: Guidance | Tags: | 1 Comment »

Dao Tea

Growing up in Northern England we drank PG Tips (Orange Pekoe Tea), anything else (especially fruity tea) meant that you were an “artsy fartsy weirdo”, who probably wore paisley silk shirts and enjoyed dancing to the…

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Posted by: on Thursday, December 17th, 2009
Categories: Worship | | No Comments »

House of Dosa

I grew up eating my fair share of Indian food. Not just any Indian food, but GREAT Indian food. Many Indian people actually say that curries in the UK are often better than those they have eaten in India. That being said,…

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Posted by: on Sunday, December 13th, 2009
Categories: Worship | | 8 Comments »

Show me a world with no cheese

I know, I know, what type of person doesn’t like cheese? More so, what type of Foodist doesn’t like cheese? To answer such a mind boggling question (without too many graphic details), one who is lactose…

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Posted by: on Friday, November 20th, 2009
Categories: Meditations | | 8 Comments »

Cutter Ranch Lamb – the first taste

After filling my freezer with my recent lamb delivery from Cutter Ranch it came time to cook my first meal. Kept it real simple. Tossed the lamb, potatoes and zucchini in oil and fresh Rosemary and let marinate for…

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Posted by: on Friday, November 20th, 2009
Categories: Meditations | | 2 Comments »

Great food packaging

Came across the company Migros today and just love the packaging. Their corporate site shows the whole selection. The consistency, simplicity and subtle humour of the design is wonderful.

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Posted by: on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
Categories: Meditations | | 1 Comment »

Fiery sausage love

Dynamic and different sausage packaging from Russia. The comments on the site are a good read, some think it is great and others find it artificial. Personally I am in both camps, the one I feel is the most successful is…

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Posted by: on Thursday, November 19th, 2009
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Rehanah’s Roti: A tasty traditional touch, from the Caribbean.

Oh wow! This is so so so good! Thank goodness I didn’t order the hot version as the medium- spiced roti is currently setting a “delightful fire” inside my mouth. I’m not sure what I really expected, but as this is…

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Posted by: on Sunday, September 20th, 2009
Categories: Worship | | 2 Comments »

Eden West. Fine foods and gifts

It’s been a year or so since I last visited this great store on St.Johns Street in Port Moody. After walking in I said hello to the owner who was busy working in the back. When she emerged she said “Hi, I haven’t…

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Posted by: on Sunday, September 20th, 2009
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