The Sugar Shack Festival of Trees Grande Prairie 2009

The Sugar Shack was a gingerbread house for Festival of Trees Grande Prairie 2009 designed and created by Redawna Kalynchuk from Nutmeg Disrupted. The end of summer means a lot of things to people, and for this girl, it means gingerbread! The emails and donation material came out a few weeks ago and I am…

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Precision Well Servicing Rig #1 GBH 2005

Precision Well Servicing Rig #1. GBH 2005 was the first gingerbread structure made by Redawna Kalynchuk of Nutmeg Disrupted. Talk about jumping in with both feet! I had seen an article in the local newspaper about the annual gingerbread house competiton that takes place at the Festival of Trees event in Grande Prairie every winter.…

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Broken Glass Jello

Inexpensive and easy to make Broken Glass Jello is the perfect choice for any occasion using the Jello we know and love to create stunning desserts.     Have you ever heard of Sea Glass? I had to google it. As I am a Rocky Mountain loving Prairie girl, I had no idea what this stuff…

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Almond Milk

This inexpensive and easy to make almond milk can be made at home with simply fresh water and almonds using a long soak method. Being a Produce Manager I am handling fresh fruit 40 plus hours a week so thinking about what I can make with it is always on my mind. In an effort…

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Nourish – Quinoa Crunch Cereal

Welcome to the Nourish cookbook review, blog hop and giveaway! Join myself and 18 Canadian bloggers as we share some spectacular recipes and a chance to win your own copy of Nourish. I was beyond thrilled to get my hands on a copy of Nourish. When I heard about the premise behind the recipes for…

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Scratch Pumpkin Pie

This inexpensive and easy to make Scratch Pumpkin Pie features the best of season and common pantry ingredients for a shop stopping dessert! I have always wanted to make a pumpkin pie from scratch so when I spotted the baby pie pumpkins at work I bought some immediately. It is almost as easy as opening…

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