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This past weekend I had an amazing time at WayHome, my first three-day music festival with overnight camping. While I was a little nervous a few nights before the drive to Burl’s Creek Event Grounds to set up camp, I quickly learned they were for nothing as I embraced the weekend’s dirt, sweat and happy […]

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While it may look like sushi, don’t be fooled! Kimbap is a traditional Korean dish that literally translates to seaweed (kim) rice (bap). It contains no uncooked ingredients, a key differentiating character from its Japanese counterpart. Upon tasting a piece, you’ll also notice that the rice is flavoured differently than in sushi, as it uses […]

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A week or two ago I saw this awesome post by my friend Vicki over at Florals & Teacups about her summer bucket list. While I may not be able to be as ambitious as her due to work constraints (I have to work the odd weekend, the joys of the travel/tourism/hospitality/entertainment industry – yes […]