While I haven’t had the chance to get any time behind the wheel yet, the Ford Raptor has proven itself as a capable baja-like truck whose best photo angle is when all four wheels are in the air. The brute of an off-roader can tackle most...Read More »
The culinary media tour I participated in last month resulted in my knowledge of Canada’s food island getting a good kick in the backside! I was relying on my memories of more than three decades ago! I pigeon-holed Prince Edward...Read More »
Earlier this month I received an email from Mark DeWolf of The Chronicle Herald asking if I would be interested in attending a 3-day media tour on Prince Edward Island. I said sure, send me the details. PEI holds fond memories for me...Read More »
The Volkswagen Jetta has been a familiar nameplate within the Volkswagen family for some time, and it is placed in a segment that tends to get a fair amount of attention from buyers: the compact sedan segment.
Though, I’m not...Read More »
Years ago I had a neighbour who only bought used Ford Crown Victorias in white., usually ex police interceptors. He said he did so not because he genuinely loved older Crown Vics but because he loved how the public’s driving habits and...Read More »
Last month I posted a recipe on how to make fresh ricotta; a process that was kick-started by me purchasing a bag of fresh shelled peas. So, here I am today sharing with you that pasta dish I made using the homemade ricotta. Pearl...Read More »
Lexus could be credited for lending a hand in the whole SUV craze that the market seems to find itself in today. It was the original RX SUV that debuted in 1998 that made consumers realize that luxury wasn’t limited to big body...Read More »
Most people associate Spring vegetables with asparagus, leeks, rhubarb, ramps, and peas. But for a very brief time, fiddleheads are sold at markets and grocery stores. They are the unfurled fronds of a young ostrich fern and are...Read More »
It all began with a bag of shelled green peas. I was thinking sautéed spring vegetables with pasta; the Italians call it primavera. But, I did not want to use traditional pasta such as linguine, penne, or tagliatelle. ...Read More »
So, that SUV in your driveway? You call that an SUV? This is an SUV.
Sure, yours likely looks the part and has some mild off-roading credentials listed on its resume, but a true SUV, it likely isn’t.
Only Jeep could be...Read More »