Canadian Living Pasta

Now as far as a recipe post goes, this is ridiculously easy as it’s just the link to the recipe 😜


I would have posted it sooner but for some reason I couldn’t find it on Canadian Living’s site, but now I have and I urge you to go try it 😄






Personal Suggestions

For a healthy tweak, I would cut the required oil in half and instead of combining the pasta, sauce and cheese (we used Asiago) in one pot as suggested, just spoon the sauce over each portion.

We enjoyed it with the suggested shrimp and I also added in 1/4 cup of pine nuts into the sauce, and loved the extra crunch.

This seriously became a fast favourite and I have already made it at least 5 times in a couple months 😏👌🏻 🍝

Oh So Uncultured

Thursday Jan 26th –

We had a mission.

One of our weddings adventure suggestions (submitted by the lovely Carmen) was to go find a specific grave of Canadian soldier, John Cooke, at the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery and Memorial .

We decided it would be an interesting thing to do with Zoe and from there we went into Nijmegen, a town that was new for Mike and I as well.

Where our first stop was for Kibbeling, the fish we hadn’t eaten since last spring when Dad and Mom were out and we ate so much of it, that it had sounded repelling ever since 😝

Until now…

A little shop was selling it, we were all hungry, we knew it was a nice thing for visitors to try and we figured we could probably eat a piece or two ourselves without being disgusted and it turns out we were right.

Our repulsion of Kibbeling is officially over!

It was enjoyed by all and then we journeyed on, exploring what the town had to offer. Continue reading “Oh So Uncultured”

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