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An upcoming FoodBlog week

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We will be enjoying a week with a member in these conditions starting this Sunday

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Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, thank goodness ! I was so bummed to see that the blogs had been officially suspended. This is welcome news for the New Year. Thanks for the good effort, Heidi.

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We have no defined "local" ;) but Northern Hemi - yes

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In the US, since the thermometer appears to show Fahrenheit degrees?

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I can't begin to guess who, but I surely am looking forward to seeing another eGullet food blog!

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Thermometers purchased in Canada seem to show both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. Of the two which are outside our kitchen windows...one to the west and one to the north...one shows the Fahrenheit number in bigger and bolder and the other one is the opposite.

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Tri-2-cook? The new person in Cold Lake, Alberta - Valcan?


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In the USA, by law, all balustrade spacing cannot be wider than 4 inches. I don't know about other countries.

The "hole" in part of the balustrades and the tracks in the snow, a dog owner?

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Interesting about the balustrades. It might depend upon how old the deck was. We live in a (more than a) century farmhouse and our balustrades upstairs are wider than 4" by some. Ed is going to replace them.

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Well, it's not here in Flyoverlandia.

Peter the Eater in Newfoundland, maybe?


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The blogger has not been named above.

Blogger feeds birds:

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And that's a chickadee.

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And they, chickadees, have a mega-range in North America. And it's been that cold in a lot of North America recently...

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I must say, one has to have Eagle Eyes to see dog tracks in that snow.

My Labradors would have demolish that snow.

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And those are hemlocks, ash and probably oak which are all over the place too

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I don't see any dog tracks. That space between the decking the railing could be for pushing snow off the deck. That's a pretty good drop in the property from the angle of the shot.

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maybe the dog tracks are in the very far back ?

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A kitchen shot with lovely winter squash and a cookbook:

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Ooooooooooooh OooooooooooH

I am so looking forward to this.

of course, the Swells here could find that book

referenced here and tell us who this is.

I based on that ref got it from my local Lib.

as I mentioned above:

Oooooooooooo.

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I'm buying you some whisky, rotuts, to turn you into a Malteser.

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Going only on the cold, and some trees.....I'm guessing MelissaH in the north country of New York State.

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Or a really, really patriotic Canadian. Are they not maple leaves on the wallpaper?

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Or a really, really patriotic Canadian. Are they not maple leaves on the wallpaper?

Could be Vermont?

Could be done by previous owner?

dcarch

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