Food Day Canada 2006 Word Cloud
May15

Food Day Canada 2006 Word Cloud

Local, fresh and salad start taking a front seat to beef. But, if you read the fine print, cream, cheese, beef and all the other sinful ingredients are still there!

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In Saskatchewan, Gerry Lenzen had a chicken barbecue for a guest list of 19 adults and one child.

The menu? Orange-ginger chicken breasts, barbequed corn on the cob, baked potatoes, lemon-chicken rice, lettuce salad, coleslaw, baked cauliflower with cheese sauce and for dessert ice cream with a raspberry-rhubarb sauce and raspberry crumb cake. Raspberries were fresh picked at a local berry farm.

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Margaret Weeks of U.P.E.I. went kayaking!

Thunderous applause for another successful World’s Longest BBQ from a PEI perspective! We planned a ‘double whammy’ for August 5th – a BBQ in honour of the WLB and a kayaking expedition for our church ladies group. We were blessed with perfect weather, sausages done to a turn, and a magical water wonderland on the south shore of PEI. We originally planned to kayak and then relax over our outdoor feast, but because the tide was...

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Saskatchewan fiddler, Anne Parker

I had a gathering of members of my fiddle class and other assorted friends who enjoy music. We all headed out to my cottage at Buena Vista in spite of the gusting winds. Following our bbq and bonfire we had to head inside because the wind still wasn’t letting up. We had what we called the first Buena Vista Fiddle jam in the middle of the living room. We had two guitars and five fiddles. We played traditional tunes from across Canada...

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From the Pacific coast, writer and broadcaster, Don Genova finally stayed close to home for a fabulous party in southern Vancouver Island

“It wasn’t my party,” he writes, “but an annual affair held at Deerholme Farm in Glenora in BC’s Cowichan Valley. Chef Bill Jones has this party every year, and since I’ve missed it the past three years in a row, I was dying to go. This year Bill roasted a whole lamb on a motorized spit over a charcoal grill. He stuffed it with fresh rosemary and slathered the inside with a porcini mushroom concoction. Guests brought salads and...

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