Saturday, September 24, 2016

Snapshot - savory breakfasts are the best

Right here we've got a whole lot of deliciousness going on - a toasted bagel with roasted pepper, feta cheese and hot sauce. Serious yum. 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Book Club - A River Runs Through It by Norman MacLean

'The backbone of a mountain would not break, so the mountain compresses the already powerful river into sound and spray before letting it pass.'

'If you think that what I am about to tell you next is a contradiction to this, then you will have to realize that in Montana drinking beer does not count as drinking.'

'How can a question be answered that asks a lifetime of questions?'

'I am haunted by waters.'

For the Summer Reading Club - Adapted into a Movie.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Another visit to Gasthaus

We enjoyed our first visit to The Gasthaus restaurant so much that when we were in the area
 again in the Spring, we had to go back.

The Girl and I shared the Black Forest Spaetzle.  So good.  Crunchy onions!!!!

The Mister had a goulash stew that was out of this world.  He always gets the best stuff and I am always jealous.

The Grandmother got the biggest seafood caesar salad I'd ever seen.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Book Club - Elle Magazine

Not sure what Zinio is, and I'm not signing myself up for anything, so I read an Elle magazine that I'd bought at the beginning of Summer when we were away and The Boy and I were sitting out a rainstorm at a Tim Horton's.  I bought this at the drug store next door, but people watching was wayyyyy more fun than any book or magazine could have been that day.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Snapshot - drying peppers

The Mister bought a pepper plant this Spring that he thought was bell pepper 
but it turned out to be chile peppers.  It's pretty much the only thing that's growing 
this summer - the tomato and zuke plants did nothing, 
same with the corn and peas.  

I came outside yesterday and discovered that he had picked all the peppers 
and strung them up to dry.
Sort of complements the broom, don't it?