Separate names with a comma.
Canada uses % for hba1c and mmol for blood sugar levels.
A toasted Denver sandwich is a regular offering in restaurants here in Canada. They are yummy.
Yes, rights are eroded, but one must support the family, no matter the cost. And I would be most pleased to buy you a pint either way!
B- herring in lemon & cracker pepper sauce
L- Denver on 1/2 LC roll (fried egg w/ham, peppers & green onion)
Snack- 1/2 portion cauli cheese bacon...
Sometimes, proactive means you don't have a job.
Just a quickie, not so easily done; especially in the industrial world. Office workers seem to think that "join a union" will solve the problem....
I'm so glad you went and enjoyed yourself.
Thanks but we don't have Tesco here in Manitoba (Canada). Walmart actually carries a decent German brand at a good price.
I know a lot of intelligent people who didn't graduate high school, that doesn't make them rude. Maybe you meant ignorant rather than uneducated.
FYI - Canada uses "fibre" like U.K
and we use "net carbs" like the Americans" (carbs - fibre = net carbs)
Uneducated equals rude????? Did you really mean to say that???
You didn't buy all those??????[emoji50]
I believe it's sauerkraut (fermented then pickled cabbage)
We're still waiting for all the snow to melt. Currently 0C, expected high of 14C. Def shorts this afternoon!
B- coffee w/cream, DD porridge w/wild blueberries
L- eggplant lasagne
D- chicken Caesar salad
You should call ahead or check out their website (if they have one). They might very well have other offerings, like bacon & eggs etc. Won't hurt...
I've been meaning to make this one. I've got all the ingredients so maybe I'll make this this week! Any tips?
B- coffee w/cream, cold leftover pork loin chop.
Snack- 3 PCs salami, jalapeño jack cheese
L- salami sandwich (on LC roll)
D- BBQ tex-mex chicken...
If you wish to obsess about having a coffee with cream, that's your prerogative. I'm just saying that, personally, it's not worth staying home and...