Sunday, October 28, 2007

A taste of home

I decided to try a hand at making donair meat. I found a recipe online for the meat and the sauce. The meat was a little on the hot side for me, but Rob loved it. Rob made a calzone, and I made a donair plate! I've been craving this since we moved here. It was yummy, and surprisingly easy to make!

We're heading off to a halloween party today that the teachers are having for the kids. Our contribution? Lady fingers!

This was Colby waiting for the bus to go back to school Friday.

This picture was taken at the same time as the one above. It was -12 with the windchill, but this little girl who's a year or so older than Colby had no problem being out without a jacket and her pants rolled up so they wouldn't get wet in the snow. No wonder so many of the kids here have burns from frostbite.

5 comments:

Dusty Boot said...

Oooohhh... donair....
Yumm yumm.
I remember when I first moved to Philly, people have never heard of it. It was so frustrating!

Living in Cape Dorset said...

Hi
I just stumbled upon your blog this afternoon. I will link it to mine when I get the chance.The Donairs look great. Where do I find the recipe?

All the best

Blake

Kate Nova said...

Ohhhh, I love donairs. I miss them too.

Kara and Matt said...

Okay- send the donair recipe!! Yummy!

And I agree about the kids! I think the kids have antifreeze instead of blood.

Sitting in Silence said...

Hi
I found your blod through OHN's link...Love the fingers for halloween.....

Think I'll stay tuned....
Danielle.