New Grill

When we moved from our house in McKenzie Lake to an apartment in Quarry Park, I had to give up my natural gas grill.  It was over 15 years old and was showing signs of depreciation.  I had updated some parts along the way, but with no natural gas hook-up in the apartment and the age, it was time for it to be scrapped.  After a couple months in the apartment it became apparent I needed a grill.  Not wanting to spend too much on a grill for a place we were not planning on staying long at, we hit Walmart and picked up a $150 grill.



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Been a while since I last posted.

Time truly does fly.  We are busy building a house in Creston BC, so I’ve been pretty preoccupied with that.  That is not an excuse, but does explain a lot.  I will try to be more diligent on updating here soon.  In the meantime, here’s something to wet the appetite.

Lemon chicken with bacon wrapped stuffing balls:

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What a great idea

When making a batch of cookies instead of cooking them all and hopefully not eating them all, you can freeze some of the cookie dough in individual sized portions so you can always have a fresh cookie or two when the craving hits!




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Server Troubles

My server is having power supply problems, so I’m thinking of transitioning over to  The process will take some time, especially if I can not get the server up long enough to get my site information taken off!


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