After finishing making another delicious pasta casserole, I sat down in my recliner and hopped onto Netflix to try and find something to watch. Normally I ignore movies that are on top frame but every now and then a real gem will pop up like The Starling. This low budget indie film was produced by … Continue reading Indie movie of the week #1: The Starling (2021)
Earlier this week I broke in my crockpot with an Italian meatball and pasta meal and it was delicious. I decided to get the crockpot out again the other night and try a chicken dish. I had been craving potatoes for some reason and carrots for a few days, so I thought the perfect combination … Continue reading Crockpot Recipe: chicken thighs and fall vegetables
If you live in Canada, then you've likely heard of the name Canpar by now. If you're a small business owner or someone who ships often, and you've used Canpar, then I offer my deepest condolences. Of all the couriers in Canada, UPS, FedEx, Canada Post and even Purlotator - Canpar is by far, the … Continue reading Why Canpar is the worst courier in all of Canada
It's Wednesday morning and I've just sat down with my cup of coffee and breakfast. I have a glass of almond milk as I really need to boost up my calcium and protein intake. This isn't going to be a very long post - I just wanted to say that I may be quiet for … Continue reading Harvest moon, and Wednesday morning thoughts on life.
Okay, so I really detest recipes that claim to be the "best ever" of something. But honestly, this loaf turned out so well that to me, it's definitely the loaf that I have ever made. It turned out super moist, and after two days, it's almost all gone. I've eaten it for breakfast as it's … Continue reading Best ever chocolate zucchini loaf