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It’s a bird eat bird world

It’s a bird eat bird world

Electric Lights

Electric Lights
Yes, those are electric lights and I am ashore. Yes, those are electric lights and I am ashore. It had been crazy windy today with threats of more. But a break in the weather right before dark feel and I was rushed from theout house onto the boat and across the river. (bet you never thought you’dbe reading that phrase on a blog!) Dinn [...]

Gerry sniffing the herb

Gerry sniffing the herb
In preparation for the next Chef’s #LoveCDNBeef series, Gerry and I visited Kensington Market yesterday to pick up some of the ingredients we needed to test the recipe. When we stopped for lunch, Gerry couldn’t resist hauling out the herbs again-and-again to taking big heady sniffs.

Loving My Office Buddy

Loving My Office Buddy
Loving My Office Buddy — Originally uploaded by LexnGer It’s not often that Gerry joins me at the office, but this is one of the fantastic benefits of having him join me. Fresh lunch cycled in from the Home Office Kitchen. Complete with fresh pepper and parm. Thank you Gerry!

Our Fire Escape Being Fixed

Our Fire Escape Being Fixed
Our Fire Escape Being Fixed — Originally uploaded by LexnGer And the truly scary part is that it is much safer now than it was yesterday!

View from today’s important cal...

View from today’s important call
View from today’s important call — Originally uploaded by LexnGer My island office is lovely

Power & Sunshine

Power & Sunshine
Power & Sunshine — Originally uploaded by LexnGer Had a conversation recently with my university roommate about the value ofour electives in our current lives – i.e. his business courses versus myelectrical engineering courses. (We left out my drama courses entirely) I agreed that his choices would serve me better now& [...]

First of the season

First of the season
First of the season — Originally uploaded by LexnGer Breakfast of 10-grain french toast made with free range eggs from islandhens, ham and the first raspberries of the season straight from the cane. No refridgeration and haven’t been to the store in 5 days. Not bad eh?

Soap Dome – the benefits of a r...

Soap Dome – the benefits of a rainy day
Soap Dome — Originally uploaded by LexnGer With everyone complaining and whining about todays rainy and gloomy day, I thought I’d show you something beautiful that is only possible on a gray and damp day. If the sidewalk had not been saturated this soap bubble would not have just sat there waiting for me. And it was wait [...]

Mike Busking For War Child

Mike Busking For War Child
40 bands and artists across Toronto busked today to raise money for War Child. Our friend Mike was out with The Reason playing in the sunshine, so of course we took a little afternoon break from work and went over to listen and support.

Kingston Farmers Market

Kingston Farmers Market
When I was home, Di & Deb picked me up early Saturday morning for a visit to the Kingston Farmers Market. What great fun we had visiting old friends like Clark & Sue and checking out the cool foods. As with most Farmers Markets this is evolving quickly into a place to go and eat as well as shop.

Soap Dome

Soap Dome
A soap bubble machine, a wet sidewalk and a wiliness to get down on the ground make for a fun a unique photo.

What Should I Call This One?

What Should I Call This One?
I shot a couple of Mirella at the bar without beer. I loved these three individually and together. I think they capture her playful side. (or is that naughty librarian… I get those two confused all the time) But I need a better title for this one.

That’s Hawt!

That’s Hawt!
I love this shot of Ryan from the FTJco launch party. I wanted to tweak it a bit so we can use it on the Secret Pickle Supper Club Who We Are page. Now to find equally playful shots of me & Matt.

Tempting Tarts

Tempting Tarts
And finally, the food shots from the Tasting Tour of Piedmont at the Secret Pickle Supper Club (www.secretpicklesupperclub.com) One of the antipasti dishes served at the Secret Pickle Supper Club Tasting Tour of PIedmont. This is an artichoke and goat cheese tart which was served with bagna cauda and topped with a simple argula salad. Thanks [...]

Hamantashen

Hamantashen
Cuz the day wouldn’t be complete without them. Thanks Joel for pointing me to the Harbord Bakery!

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