May 10th and 11th. Tanna and the crew have been working their feathered tails off to make this happen and it's coming together nicely. What a perfect fit for the valley. All of the guests look very interesting. Check out their site at crestonvalleybirds.ca. In the meantime I'll try to get a better write up to post here.
This bread is so easy to make and very tasty. Yes I know it should be some dark rye. But I admit it. I like white bread. This is the site you want to go to to learn more. http://www.steamykitchen.com/168-no-knead-bread-revisited.html
Katherine has been enjoying Jaden's recipes. She boasts "so easy a four-year-old can make it."
Thursday evening was a full house at the college when Luanne Armstrong read from her two most recent books, "I'll Be Home Soon" and "The Light Through the Trees". She is so comfortable in front of an audience. Makes for such an enjoyable reading from an author. Illana Cameron treated us to three of her songs, all touching on local history in the valley. A fun evening. All a little closer to home too as The Light Through the Trees is "a reflection on land and farming". We're seeing a handful of younger people in the valley who are interested in farming so a timely topic from an old pro.
Musings on books, coffee and the small world that is Creston, British Columbia, Canada