In Korea I ate this style of ramen and it was delicious now I’ll try the Americanized version of this ramen. Let’s see how it is compared to its Korean counterpart.
Today I try Korean seaweed. Let’s see how it goes my friends.
My corn has grown up and has started to grow cobs. Let’s see how long it is until the can be harvested
This ruby red beer is matured over the finest rum-infused American oak heartwood resulting in a beer with a delicious warming character that is bursting with fruit and lively spices.
Let’s see how the beer holds up and if it’s worth a second bottle.
Well well well isn’t Canada too cold and always covered in snow?
Yes, so you can’t garden here. Good bye!!
Lol, Canada actually does have four distinct seasons three of which plants will grow.
Gardening in Canada basically starts in may and ends in September-November depending on how far south-north you live.
My garden has multiple vegetables and fruits from A to Z (Apple to zucchini).
The whole process from seeding to weed picking to harvesting is time consuming but well worth it in the end.
The cold winter will kill everything in its tracks except for trees and bushes grown for cold weather.
The next spring we start all over again!
If you have any questions please leave a comment and I’ll get back to you.
Here is a dish that my wife made for me:
They dish was very delicious and had a nice spice kick.
It was really easy to make and quite cheap too 🙂 ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
All you need is some fresh mushrooms, 5-6 medium sized chili peppers, spicy or non-spicy curry and some rice.
Fry the mushrooms, chilis, and curry together in a pan until desired texture and color is achieved and put the mixture on a plate.
Add rice as needed and enjoy 🙂
Have a great day everyone
Here’s a video of an old church lost in time. It looks like the caretaker has gone and it’s melting into the landscape..
Here’s a video of my garden. It’s organic and growing okay 🙂
Eating a traditional Turkish treat from turkey of course. Leave a comment if you like 🙂
Today I’m trying a German style Märzen beer made in Saskatchewan, Canada!