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Exercise your democratic right and get out to vote on May 9.
As I get older spring has become my favorite time of the year.
Sweet potatoes have always had a soft spot for my taste buds and when I grew up in Saskatchewan we had sweet potatoes throughout the year.
If you are cooking a chicken let it rest for a while as it helps keep the juices in the bird.
Ah, spring! A time when “a young man’s thoughts turn to thoughts of love” and outdoors and fishing and gardening.
I was looking for a good seafood recipe and found several on a site on my computer.
One of the fun things in cooking is to make up recipes as you go along.
Robots are taking over some jobs now and it’s expected that 20 years from now, 40 per cent of the work force will be robots.
The MSN site on my computer has so many ways to mention President Trump’s daily happenings and other news from around the world.
There are lots of days representing something other than the date.
In our busy work-a-day-world, we sometimes don’t have a lot of time to cook dinner.
I am going to suggest to Darrick Boyes they have the annual winter carnival a week earlier next year or perhaps even two weeks.
Every once in a while I get the urge to try some different recipes and I like to try dishes from around the world.
I have been having fun with Thai recipes lately and have been quite surprised to find most of the ingredients in Williams Lake.
I love success stories and this is one I really enjoy, because it relates to food.
The year is just about over. What were some of your magic moments for this year 2016?
Some of my most fond memories of Christmas come from when I was a youngster growing up in Indian Head, Sask.
What would you do if you had control of the public purse strings in B.C.?
It’s Happy season folks — a time when we tend to socialize a little more than usual.
What would you like for Christmas this year? I suspect the answer might be dependent upon your age.