Monthly Archives: March 2020

Healthy Breakfast In Edmonton,Alberta,Canada.

Healthy breakfast in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

How many healthy items are there?.

How observant are you?. 

Who can tell me how many healthy additions to this meal there are?. 

Can you also tell me the names of these additional food items?. 

Are you the type of person that adds these healthy additions do your breakfast meal?.

#foodedmontondining #yeg #food 

Fish Fried Rice.

Hello all you food lovers,

You’re in For a real treat, this is one of my tasty fried rice dishes. I’ve got many different flavors of fried rice that I prepare and this one is my fish fried rice. 

Fish Fried Rice.

Here are the ingredients that I use to make this delicious fish fried rice.

6 Scrambled eggs, 1/2 chopped onion, Three thick slices of salami chopped up,

4 cups of rice cooked from the previous day, One cup of mixed vegetables, Quarter cup of water,Quarter teaspoon of onion powder, quarter teaspoon of garlic powder, 1 tablespoon of soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of sweet chili sauce,Quarter teaspoon of turmeric,Quarter teaspoon of curry, 1 tablespoon olive oil, One can of any flavored sardines.
Note: If You don’t have sardines a quarter teaspoon of fish paste will do the trick.
Fry your onions and salami first, then add your eggs and scramble. When cooked put in a bowl. Now start to fry your rice, add your spices when cooked add to the bowl. Now you can cook your mixed vegetables with a quarter cup of water.
It is time now to add all your ingredients together in the frying pan and continue to cook. Now you can add your soy sauce and your sweet chili sauce. Stir this up while you are cooking on a medium heat. Now it will be time to add your can of sardines or fish paste. Make sure to stir it in really good so it will spread the fish flavor into the rice dish really good for maximum taste.
Now all you have to do is sit down and enjoy this tasty fish fried rice.
Please be sure to like, comment, and share this recipe with your friends and family.
Thank you!.  #foodedmontondining

Save Money On Nutshell Squash Seeds.

Save Money On Seeds.

I bought a nutshell squash about eight years ago at the grocery store. And every year when I harvest my squash I cut the seeds out, wash them, and then dry them. So that way I can grow more squash every year and I don’t have to buy any more seeds.

Save Money On Seeds

 I’ve enjoyed giving my seeds to friends and neighbours over the years so they can grow some great tasting nutshell squash.
I was told by one of my friends that after seven years of doing this, that you can name your nutshell squash any name that you want. I didn’t know that. I think that’s pretty cool. What do you think I should name my nutshell squash?.
#squash #vegetables #gardens #food #datadiggerdon