06.11.2014 Rebecca at the school garden.
06.10.2014 Almerinda’s poppies.
06.09.2014 My brother Patrick and Charlotte came to visit and brought violins.
06.08.2014 Vintage Fisher Price in the vintage trailer.
06.07.2014 Painting with a pineapple.
06.06.2014 Dr Rebecca’s Bee Hospital.
06.05.2014 Black out meant park instead of school. for the whole neighbourhood. Robin changed his mind at the top of the slide.
06.04.2014 Gorgeous easter egg radishes at the Fairmount Farmers market.
06.03.2014 Our walk to school through the park.
06.02.2014 Back in the city, getting our hair cut.
06.01.2014 Baby wearing, My Little Pony bandaids and rubber boots are all nice things.
05.31.2014 Picking up compost from the giant compost heaps at Highline mushroom farms.
05.30.2014 We are committed to taking much better field notes this year.
This is Ryan’s top secret dip recipe. Well actually it’s his mother’s recipe and he’s been making it for bbqs and parties since I met him. It’s easy to whip up and always a hit. Even the babies like it. We made this batch while the kids played with their friends in the back yard and then ate it over the fence with our wonderful neighbours. Start by mixing some mayonnaise into the Gay Lea Gold Premium Sour cream. This stuff is rich and thick. Then add the dry ingredients one at a time, mixing well in-between each addition. Finish off with a splash on lemon juice and gluten free tamari sauce. Serve it up with a selection of crunchy veggies and wavy chips and eat it over the fence with your neighbours. Or you could even invite them over.
Nancy and Ryan's Top Secret Super Dip
- 450mL tub of Gay Lea Gold Premium Sour Cream
- 3+ heaping spoonfuls of mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp dehydrated minced onion
- 1 tsp celery salt
- 1 tbsp dried parsley
- Add a splash of lemon juice and gluten free tamari or soy sauce
- Mix Sour cream to Mayonaise 4:1
- Add dry ingredients separately, mixing thoroughly between them.
- Lastly, add a splash of lemon juice gluten free tamari or soy sauce.
- Serve with cut up vegetables and wavy chips.
Disclosure: I am part of the Gay Lea Ambassador Program with Mom Central Canada and I receive compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.
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05.28.2014 We visited our friends Heather and Steve at Fiddlehead Farms to snuggle their ducklings. Robin had the chicken pox.
05.27.2014 Uncle Douglas came to help us plant tomatoes.
05.26.2014 We got some help from Al and finally moved our trailer to a much better spot.
05.25.2014 We finally have a proper fire pit at the farm.
05.24.2014 Maizey in the Prince Edward County lilacs with Consecon in the back ground.
05.23.2014 The view from the trailer before we moved it.
05.22.2014 Christy came from Germany so we met her at 401 Richmond to peel oranges.
05.21.2014 Robin has new boots of yellow.
05.20.2014 Ryan went to the farm for the day to lay out new beds and such.
05.19.2014 Robin can transplant tomatoes. Thank goodness because there are 400 of them.
05.18.2014 Spent the day at the Brickworks at the Junction Flea.
05.17.2014 We adopted an apple tree and drove it home sticking out the sun roof.
05.16.2014 Robin shows Barb at Sick Kids how to go up an down stairs and his nice little club feet.
05.15.2014 Toronto lane ways are a good way to get to school.