Ava Missouri, December, 2000 Staying warm when living in a yurt is a constant battle. I always need to keep an eye on how much wood is left in the wood pile. If it has less than enough wood in … Continue reading Yurt Years: Staying Warm (English)
मैं बहुत उत्साहित हूँ क्योंकि आज मेरा ब्लॉग हिंदी भाषा में है | आज मैं अपने जीवन के बारे में हिंदी में लिखूंगा | जंगल में एक आधुनिक झोपड़ी (तम्बू ) में रहते हुए गर्म रहना नित्य एक युद्ध लड़ने … Continue reading Yurt Years: Staying Warm (हिंदी में)
In a recent entry, I mentioned basil and its relation to tulsi. Thanks to San for leaving a comment adding some clarity to that. Later in the day the two of us were talking a bit more about basil and how various cultures use it. She mentioned Krushan Tulsi and I looked it up to see if there was any culinary use. As it turns out, it’s used in one of my most favourite Thai dishes: Chicken Pad Kra Pow.
Talking about it in the morning kept it in my mind all day and by 4PM I knew I was going to have to make it for dinner. Continue reading Cooking: Chicken Pad Kra Pow
I have a bit of extra time today so at lunchtime I make a quick trip out to visit another library. A friend of mine told me about a library within the city that I needed to see. I leave … Continue reading Toronto by Library – Bonus: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
The thing I find most interesting in travel is not the tourist sites, or even the historical sites. What I love most about visiting other places is finding out what people who live there love about where they live. I’d … Continue reading Friday Favourites Challenge – My Home Town
A few days ago I posted my experiences and a recipe for Pav Bhaji. One thing it got me thinking about was how food is similar to culture and language. Every culture has their traditions and rites of passage. I … Continue reading Pav Bhaji? Or is it?
This is an exciting month for us. All three of us voted in our first Canadian election. It was a municipal one which, to me, seems to matter the most in terms of one’s day to day life. Compared to … Continue reading Double Civic Duty