My Edmonton-born niece K. has been visiting her home town since late last week. She’s currently living in New Zealand and will be returning there in a few weeks. In the meantime, we’re having a great time hanging out – and food is often involved.
Macaron madness at Duchess Bakery.
We’ll be back, oh yes we will.
At the Strathcona Farmer’s Market, K. is fascinated by “fractal cauliflower”
which is what I call Roman cauliflower (it’s also called Romanesco broccoli).
Shopping at the Italian Centre
for fixin’s for “scratch” pizza.
We also made granola and a lovely dinner at her grandparent’s house last night, including squash and cabbage soup, roasted beets, a perfectly cooked elk roast and maple baked apples.
I’m going to try to get her to blog about food in New Zealand and her recent trip to Japan.
More to come.
Posted by Jean Poutine