Basar 2019

“Weihnacht im Winterwald”
“Christmas in the Winter Forest”

STIFTUNG HAUS MORGENSTERN
Hasenberg 77, 8967 Widen

This event has been going on for ages and has been a part of my life for over 20 years. It has been a joy and a wonder to be part of something so amazing.
Diese Veranstaltung dauert schon lange und ist seit über 20 Jahren ein Teil meines Lebens. Es war eine Freude und ein Wunder, Teil von etwas so Erstaunlichem zu sein. (Google Translate)

Samstag und Sonntag 30. Nov. und 1. Dez. 9.30 bis 17 Uhr
Saturday and Sunday 30. November and 1 December from 9.30 to 5pm

  • Handwerkliche Arbeiten – Craft Work
  • Adventskränze und Gestecke – Advent wreaths and arrangements
  • Müllerhüsli mit feinem Gebäck – Müllerhouse with fine backed goods
  • Kulinarische Spezialitäten – Culinary specialties
  • Attraktionen für Gross und Klein – Events young and old

    Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch
    We are looking forward to your visit.

Raijin Ramen

Miso Ramen, so good! Day trip to Toronto.
Ramen Raijin is a standard Japanese ramen restaurant that’s fast and popular with local students and workers.

24 Wellesley St. West
Rear (behind Rabba Fine Foods)
Toronto, Ontario
Call (647) 348-0667

What can I say. “Yummy For My Tummy”

Blueberry Risotto Base, Sirloin steak Grilled, Topped with Lemon Garlic Scallop. Served with Plum Compote “Ron’s Surf and turf”

A wonderful compliment to Sirloin Steak, is a Blueberry Risotto Base and topped with Tangy Lemon Garlic Scallop. Each layer seasoned with simple herbs from my garden. Blueberries from the local farm. To this meal we served a Red Wine, Rioja, from Spain. And some Plum Compote I made this summer.

Surf and Turf, Ron’s way
Scallops in lemon Juice and garlic
Blueberries and Risotto cooking
Blueberry Risotto
Plum Compote

IAPMA – The International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists

The International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA) is the world leading organisation for paper artists. It was founded in 1986 in Düren, Germany, when paper as an art medium was far less well-known than it is today. While paper history and production are one facet of the Association’s activities, the central focus is the role of paper as art form and contemporary artistic medium.

Exhibition share share share….

Wonderful Side Dish – Fondant Potatoes

Fondant potatoes, or pommes fondant, is a method of preparing potatoes that traditionally involves cutting them into cylinders, browning the ends, and then slowly roasting them in butter and stock.

The process is easy and the results are amazing. Crispy on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside. A nice light taste of rosemary. A great side dish for any special occasion. Try it yourself. Recipe

Love my cast iron pan
Enjoy!

Welcome to Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm

Maple Shop

Sugarbush Hill is a “State of the Art” sugaring operation in the heart of Muskoka, district of 1,600 lakes and endless forests. Situated just 10 minutes south of the picturesque Town of Huntsville, gateway to Algonquin Park and home of the 2010 G8 Summit. Sugarbush Hill is family owned and operated by Tom Stehr, family and friends.  We use the most sustainable fuel, “solid wood” to produce our excellent tasting maple syrup and maple value-added products.  How products are produced and the carbon footprint we leave behind is important, when choosing maple…choose wood-fired. www.sugarbushhill.com

2389 Muskoka Rd. #10, Huntsville, ON P1H 2J3
705-787-9787 | 705-78-SYRUP
info@sugarbushhill.com

Sugarbush Hill

Sugarbush Hill Flyer
Some Information
Buckets that use to bring in the sap is now being done with modern pipes strung throughout the Maple Forest.
Boiling Fact
Storage Tank
Spouts
This was used to carry the sap in from the forest in the early days
Enjoying some Maple Syrup Soft Icecream

We enjoyed our trip up to Muskoka and The Sugarbush Hill Farm. If you get a chance, go and see this amazing part of Ontario, Canada in the fall time or any time.

Freezing Citrus Fruit

Freezing Citrus Fruit For Usage The Whole Year Round.

Dry pack your citrus fruit by laying the slices out on a cookie sheet. Place in the freezer until the fruit is completely frozen. Drop the frozen citrus slices into a freezer-safe zip-top bag. Enjoy

No more waste

Limes, Lemons and Oranges
Sliced Citrus Fruit