Category: Food


Coffee Shop Menu

Mother of the Bride, with her Grandson!

I officiated at the wedding, and my wife was the Ceremony Coordinator! I had preached the message at the parent’s of the Bride’s wedding. The Bride was my wife’s namesake.

Feeding hungry children at the “Dream Center” in a slum area of Jinotega, Nicaragua in early March.

Tortillas

My daughter-in-law did a great job of preparing this tasty dish. It was for our youngest grandson’s 16th birthday celebration!!

A fusion of Elk meat chunks and a classic North Indian mild curry made with yogurt, tomato paste, ginger, garlic and traditional Indian spices.

Tasty Dhal

A nice tasty dish we enjoyed on Christmas Eve Day. It was prepared by our daughter-in-law, who is an expert at preparing Bengali cuisine!!

A Bangladeshi Feast

A Bangladeshi feast on Christmas Eve Day— Pilau, Elk Nehari, Chicken Korai, Dhal, Bhaji and Laccha Shemai. (Elk is not a traditional Bangladeshi meat. This meal was prepared by our son, and his wife! It was delicious, as always!

Healthy Hearty Breakfast

It seems like a long time ago that I enjoyed this delightful breakfast, the baked oatmeal, compliments of my brother in Texas! I think we were first introduced to baked oatmeal while living in Northwestern Ontario.

Pass the Biscuits

Homemade Biscuits and Gravy

BBQ Sauces

BBQ sauces available at this Texas BBQ restaurant. They must have had a lot of “Outta Towners,” since all the least spicy sauce bottles must have been out on the tables! They did a great job with thighs, as well as brisket!