My husband who still reads the newspaper found this in a column called The Edge, in the Sunday edition, May 1,st of The Oregonian. I thought I would share some of it with you.
1.”The biggest lie I tell myself is ” I don’t need to write that down, I’ll remember it.” Oh so true! I need to take that to heart! And write it down!
2.Chocolate comes from cocoa, which is a tree. That makes it a plant, which means…chocolate is a salad!!!
Now, how as an avid chocolate lover can i argue with that!
More photos Tomorrow!
This market as you can see for yourself is a great place to shop, especially in rainy weather! We had a great time looking around, and when we wern’t we stopped for a sandwich and coffee in the food court!
Photos are by Michael Poe copyright 2015
Granville Public Market
Go on, you deserve a little temptation.
If Granville Island is the king of Vancouver destinations, then the Public Market is the jewel in the Island’s crown. A fascinating assortment of colourful stalls, showcasing unique homemade products and the very finest in gastronomic delights. All fresh from the ocean, the oven or the field. Try closing your eyes right now and imagine the rich aromas permeating from the lavish displays. Shimmering seafood, warm baked goods, plump fruit.
Okay, stop. That’s enough torture. Come and browse for yourself and see just why words don’t begin to describe it.
Photos by Michael Poe copyright 2015
Happy Thanksgiving from my house to yours!
I have been cooking Thanksgiving Dinner since I was young. This year I’m doing something different. I’m cooking the turkey in my large crockpot. These days with just my husband and myself we always get just the turkey breast which fit perfectly,
Pictures to follow but so far I’m pleased.
Enjoy your meal, and I’ll let you know how mine turned out.
Post and picture by Joanna Linsley -Poe