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    Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:13 am
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    Thank you, Joe.

    I really wanted to get a) the horizon straight, and b) the shooting wave in its entirety!! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    From those rocks it is ... 1st stop Antarctica! The coast here is still very unspoilt, and we have a beautiful 5 km long beach, but it's been just too cold to go walking on the beach!

    I've been to Ontario (Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City), and we went to the Niagara Falls, and did that trip on "Maid of the Mist" ... gorgeous and exciting. Hard to believe that any of those lakes can have brownish water! I only saw blue expanses! We drove with a hired car through all the New England states and enjoyed every minute -- those wonderful, deep, glossy rivers!! Wish South Africa had all that water!

    I'd love to go back to Maine for the sake of the lobsters we ate there ...

    Sun Aug 04, 2013 8:38 pm Groupie
    The wife made some great salads for dinner using the first tomato and cucumber of the season from the garden, with fresh corn on the cob as a side. I grilled up some chicken tenders to top the salads and drizzled her homemade balsamic vinaigrette dressing. We enjoyed the salads on the deck. Had a hankerin' for some English muffins, so I made up a batch after dinner since I had nothing else going on. Another great joint effort my be and the Mrs.

    Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:30 pm
    Forum Host
    Dinner looks good but look how pretty that corn is with all the varying shades of yellow and white.
    English muffins wow that sounds ambitious or at least tricky to my mind.
    Thu Aug 08, 2013 9:03 am Groupie
    wave.gif Hi Joe, Steve, Deb and Zurie!

    I love you photos and the descriptions.

    Joe, the preparation of sauerkraut is really intersting and I'm sure it will turn well.
    Steve, you are really a wonder in photo production, I'm sure you always has great meals!
    Deb I you found a great link (, this is almost reality! icon_lol.gif
    Zurie The shore image is amazing and impressive a great souvenir!

    I've been on Crete in Greece for a while, whrere I enjoyed local villages music events with dances and a lot of good food. I confess I did not take pics as I wanted to be free, look around, dance without carring stuff with me!
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    As usual I experimented with local ingredients and wild greens.
    I collected rock samphire near the shore, made preserve of it and used as salad.

    Thu Aug 08, 2013 8:34 pm
    Forum Host
    Awalde just your description sounds like a wonderful free spirited adventure.

    Lovely photos! What kind of preserve do you make with the rock samphire?
    Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:19 am Groupie
    Hi Deb,
    Here is the recipe of rock samphire.
    It's super easy and on Crete it's plenty of it!
    The traditional Cretan diet is very healthy, but the new lifestyle, fast food (gyros) and the tempting (ready-)food from the supermakts are changing the habits of the people...I try to learn more about traditional recipes and to share them with other!
    Dietary and other lifestyle correlates of serum folate concentrations in a healthy adult population in Crete, Greece: a cross-sectional study
    Fri Aug 09, 2013 7:40 pm
    Forum Host
    Awalde very interesting study can see why you are trying to eat that way. We do not have rock samphire in the stores here so I will have to watch the farmers market and see if I can get some there to try.
    Sat Aug 10, 2013 5:38 am Groupie
    great photos... love the muffins... love the samphire...
    Sat Aug 10, 2013 2:18 pm Groupie
    Debbwl wrote:
    Awalde very interesting study can see why you are trying to eat that way. We do not have rock samphire in the stores here so I will have to watch the farmers market and see if I can get some there to try.

    May be you will find Samphire/Salicornia . We can by this in France in the Fish department store.

    Rock samphire has a more pronounced taste as it is belongs to the fennel family and really has a light taste in this direction. I saw an old man picking the flowers for his rabbits. I'm sure he will get very tasty rabbits! icon_lol.gif
    Sat Aug 10, 2013 2:20 pm Groupie
    AskCy wrote:
    great photos... love the muffins... love the samphire...

    ... thanks the camera... icon_lol.gif

    I love muffins! I's so easy and you don't have to cut the cake. It's easy to serve and to bring at work to share them!
    Sat Aug 10, 2013 7:49 pm Groupie
    At the request of the birthday girl (34), Fettuccine Alfredo with grilled chicken breast, broccoli and fresh baguettes. Birthday cake for dessert. The fettuccine was 50/50 white/wheat flour with sweet basil added.

    Sat Aug 10, 2013 8:32 pm
    Forum Host
    Happy belated to your dear daughter and your granddaughter is equally cute.

    That pasta looks wonderful drying and wish the more companies would take your lead and do a 50/50 blend of white and whole wheat.

    Dinner looks very very yummy!
    Sat Aug 10, 2013 10:13 pm Groupie
    I just tried the 50/50 blend once, and the entire family loved it. None of them likes the 100% wheat pasta sold in the stores, but my blend (with basil) has been a hit for a few years.
    Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:16 am
    Forum Host
    AWALDE -- Sorry, did not get to this thread yesterday!! I'm so pleased you showed us what samphire looks like. I read about it, but it does not grow on our Indian Ocean shores here. I am fairly certain that it might be available on the Atlantic shore, towards the west. Lots of seaweed in the cold Atlantic. I'd LOVE to try it.

    JOE -- Verrry impressive pasta drying there!! You're an industrious cook! Love the shot of your daughter and granddaughter -- they're both beautiful.
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