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While I’ve got your attention, how about helping me decipher one of my mother’s recipe. I’ll start you off. The word at the top is coniglio (Italian for rabbit). The rest is in English and shouldn’t be too hard to figure out (provided you’re a pharmacist). First three people to piece it together get dessert on me the next time they’re in town!
Speaking of desserts, I was at Bella Gelateria the other night and the place was PACKED. No surprise, I suppose, given that James serves up the best hand-crafted gelato in Vancouver. Anyway, while sampling my way through that evening’s line-up, I made the acquaintance of fellow foodie and daily blogger Mijune Pak who was manning the counter, slinging a couple of her very own unique flavors: Maple Cinnamon Creme Brulee and Honey Graham Cracker.
In my case, a scoop of each. Both excellent. Mijune’s Christmas flavors will be around until January 8th – or until supplies last – so head on over to Bella Gelateria (1001 West Cordova Street) and check them out. And, if you’re interested in all things foodly, you can also check out Mijune’s site: http://www.followmefoodie.com/.
I conclude today’s blog with a picture of my pug, Jelly, sitting on a duck.