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- 2 cups whole milk
- 2 cups whole milk
- 3 eggs
- 2 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted and cooled
- 1 tsp fine sea salt
- 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
- 1 pound wild mushrooms (pines, chanterelles, your choice)
- 2 shallots, minced
- 1 head of garlic, roasted
- 10–12oz Brie or Cambozola cheese
- handful or 2 of ...
... We'd read about a renowned bakery here called True Grain which turned out to justify the hype and picked up some bread as well as some cheese from Hilary's Cheese Shop. With the addition of some apples and peaches we had an al fresco picnic fit for a king and with a reluctant goodbye set off in the direction of Tofino.
Having driven another hour or so we saw a picnic sign at a place called Little ...
... Tofino was a surfers paradise for us great for watching and walking along the many beaches. Cox bay was full of surfers as the waves were huge. We also went to Chesterman beach home to Frank Island which in low tide you can walk to and in high tide it is completely surrounded by water. We went back twice to try to see this but each time the tide was out. We also had time walking round it really was tiny but things were ...
... except if you want to wake up 5am the next morning - and are frightened because you just failed at getting up early two days before.
However this time I made it, yet I didn't rised with the sunrise. Why? Because there was no sun to be seen - only grey in grey. Does this mean I should go back to bed, cancel my surfing and don't be tired on the bus? No way! After a quick breakfast and a Skype meeting with Indonesia (first time talking to my brother since he left for ...
... at the Wickininnish Spa - "Ancient cedars".
It's always the wee things that make the difference. A locker with your name on it waiting for you, the luxurious double layered robe the enveloped me as I sat outside looking out at the beach in a little sanctuary, with my citrus water by my side and a pile of the latest trashy magazines. ( As an aside their over 50s magazine here is called "zoomers!" For baby boomers with zip!)
Isabel, who ...