Louise Queen

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Holiday Snaps 3

In Sites and Sounds on August 26, 2009 at 2:00 pm

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Fishing for Mackerel at Indian Point. Sadly this wasn’t one that we caught. However, we did catch one later but the camera battery had died by then.

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Kayaking at Back Harbour, Lunenburg

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Kayak Celebration

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We discovered that Ashley ‘doesn’t do mornings’ Read the rest of this entry »

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Dinner on the Deck

In Recipes on June 16, 2009 at 10:42 am
Dinner

Dinner

Last Wednesday, Cameron and I realized that we’d been together for 5 years! We’ve lived together for 4 years and 2 months of that and have so far managed 9 months of marriage (Cameron has just told me it feels like 9 years – charming!) Thinking this quite an achievement (and a good excuse) we decided we’d cook something special for dinner at the weekend.

I love Tapas and vote for it for any special occasion dinner. However, Cameron wanted lobster especially since they are ridiculously cheap at the moment only $4.99 per lb (approx £3 per lobster). We decided to combine the two and settled on a dinner of lobster with melted coriander (or cilantro in Canada) butter, chorizo fried in red wine, tumeric infused rice and peas and fresh crusty bread from the farmer’s market.

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Lobster

All washed down with a bottle of wine or two…. Yummy!

Red equals Dead!

In Recipes on February 6, 2009 at 10:26 am
Blue = Alive

Blue = Alive

Lobster is Canada’s most valuable seafood export, contributing as much as $1 billion in export sales. In many ways, the lobster is Canada’s ambassador to the world and one of the exports most closely associated with this country. Consumers in 55 countries from Australia to Vietnam and all points around the globe enjoy lobster from Canada.

In Canada, lobster is harvested and processed throughout the Atlantic provinces (Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island) and Quebec. Landings peak twice a year, once in the period from April to June when the spring season opens, and then again in December after the winter fishery opens in southwestern Nova Scotia.

Flicking through my photographs the other day I came across the pics we’d taken of our very own lobsters. The two that we cooked for new year. Read the rest of this entry »