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In Search of Black Currant – Forbidden American Fruit

In Search of Black Currant – Forbidden American Fruit

 The holidays were over, but I still couldn’t pull myself together and start writing again. Dark days and cold weather were not helping at all. On the positive side, we finally bought a camera and I was spending weekends making desserts, and taking pictures. That means I […]

Holiday Markets

Holiday Markets

Christmas season, the peak selling season is here. An average Canadian is planning to spend $675 on everything from gifts to travel to food and entertainment.  Some sneaky merchants start teasing us as early as September. And then, in November, the red, green and white, […]

Where To Buy A Christmas Tree in GTA

Where To Buy A Christmas Tree in GTA

We don’t like artificial Christmas trees. We had one for some time and mostly because we had a carpet in our living room. Cleaning pine needles from the carpet never sounded attractive to any of us. Once the carpet had been replaced with laminate we started […]

Big Toonie, Holy Beer, Chocolate and More

Big Toonie, Holy Beer, Chocolate and More

When you work full time, commute for three hours every day, you do not have much time left for anything else. Our weekends are packed lately with things we are not able to finish during weekdays. If before, a quiet weekend for us meant staying […]

Beauty and The Business

Beauty and The Business

Once upon a time, this summer to be precise, a small group of travellers from Ontario arrived in the land of Quebec to discover its beauty, enjoy local food and meet the people who make all this deliciousness. I always wonder about the people who […]

Baie-Saint-Paul

Baie-Saint-Paul

In our previous post, we described our great 850-kilometre journey from Ontario to Baie-Saint-Paul. In this post, we will continue our story. We arrived as planned around 3 pm. After the short break, we decided that it wouldn’t be too bad to have some food. First, we thought to […]