Tofino Inlet Cottages aka The Mini Motel
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... down in a cold cast-iron skillet or other heavy skillet. Place over medium-low heat and cover. Cook until skin is crisp, spooning off excess fat as it cooks, about 10 minutes.
Fig Gastrique Directions:Sweat off the shallot for a couple minutes on low heat with a little of the duck fat, then add the figs and cook for a minute more.Add the rest of the ingredients and reduce by about half or until ...
... This creates a blended wine whereby the oldest part is say 12 years old, but is then combined with wine from the year after so is 11 years old, then some which is 10 years old etc. The difference in taste was quite startling and as we decided we couldn't decide which one we liked more we did the only thing we could do and bought both :-) (The Lorraine Hough method of shopping passed down to her daughter!! - thanks ...
... to reach the ferry by 12 and time was ticking by. The only option was to run into a store and ask for directions. The guy settled us by saying we were only a short way from where we wanted to be. The race was on. After rolling up to the toll for the ferry at 12.30 we were late and were all set to be told we had missed it. Our worries were quickly put to rest when the lady at the booth told us the ferry was running late. We had made ...
Woke up this morning to find the Oosterdam had arrived in the Port of Victoria and it was raining moderately. I had to get up immediately, as I had decided to attend the last Computer Course of the trip. It was about "Making Movies from photos taken" and once again Jessica (the instructor) did a good job of getting the message across to me.
I then met Jackie for a breakfast of Omelette and waffles with berries. It was a great way to start the day.
Then it ...
... eating alone dotted out along the shoreline. We got so close to one, literally about 10 feet away, we could hear his every crunch as the big crab got devoured.
As we hugged the shores, Henry spotted a lone wolf, and we must have followed her walk along the shore for about 20 minutes. Whilst there are wolves in the forests, spotting one is a very rare treat, especially due to the camouflage. She was so difficult to see on occassion, ...