It’s been about a year since I spent a week in Oregon over Canadian Thanksgiving, and as the date and social reminders approach – I thought I’d do a little flashback to autumn in Oregon.
I mean, Oregon is a beauty in the fall – and I can’t help but share the autumn nostalgia that’s occupying my mind.
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Grab a coffee, a glass of wine or a cozy cocktail and get ready to relive my 5 days in Tofino. This vacation was the first time I brought out my Sony Mirrorless a7 III. Such a beautiful camera, which snapped precious photos and videos captured along this fantastic mommy daughter vacation.
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Hello Favourite Staycation Hotel
The Fairmont Pacific Rim is my absolute favorite place for a staycation – and where I go every few months for some much needed pampering. The Gold rooms are life, and complete with their own private floors, and private lounge with complimentary drinks, snacks and breakfast.
** note this post is pre-covid.
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Solo NYC Vibes
Hello darlings! Recently I traveled to NYC for work to discover all new technology developments in the world of retail at the NRF 2018 show. It was amazing! I literally conversed with multiple robots, and Samsungs Smart Fridge could tell me what recipes I could make with ingredients in my fridge based on heat mapping and scanning products. So fun! I also met with Eli Manning and discussed tail gate recipes.
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On Wednesday’s we drink wine.
Wednesday. Hump Day. Midweek. Whatever you call it, one thing we can all agree on is that Wednesday is the perfect day to pop a bottle after a long day at work. Actually, every day is but there is something about Wednesday’s and Wine that speak to me.
This Wednesday, I’m pairing Bordertown Vineyards & Estate Winery Pinot Gris with a Simple Seafood Pasta. One of my favorite things to pair with a chilled Pinot Gris on a hot summer evening is a fresh and flavorful pasta, requiring as few ingredients as possible – but just enough to make you repeat the recipe and pairing because it was that perfect. Summer is fading away which means I’m transitioning away from local corn and moving on to purple cauliflower and shiitake mushrooms. I made sure to use these inviting flavors on this delicate dish.
Seasonal transitions can be quite amazing as you get to pair so many wonderful ingredients while keeping your budget light for that fancy wine you will be pairing your meal with.
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