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Thursday, March 09, 2006

Cooked my first meal in the hostel tonight. Took some pride in the fact that of the 15 people that came through the kitchen I was one of the three that acctauly made a propper meal.

That said, making my Risotto was a real trial, I had trouble just finding the stuff I needed to make the meal. I've seen pieces of wood sharper than the knives in the hostel. The rice refused to take the water for aaaages, probably because I couldn't find risotto rice to make it with. It was worth it though, nothing is quite as satifying as eating a meal you've cooked yourself.

Met a guy down the pub after, told me about a rentshare house for $450 a month downtown. Like many other foolish people I know he seemed to think there was some stock in the fact that I was so young and coming here alone. It might be a little too pricy for me to manage, I'll run the figures sometime tommorow and check. That said, I want out of the hostel and the sooner the better.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was surprised you can't get risotto rice. I think you need to make further enquiries.

We had Tuna Salad tonight. You would have enjoyed it.

Keep up with the cooking. Moose steaks or something local!!

M x x x

4:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Canada goose?

1:08 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on Canada Goose - it must be Mark or Jack - Whoever it is this has to be your name for the rest of this blog!

5:48 am  
Anonymous Canada Goose said...

Sorry, was it that obvious?
How about a bowl of moose-ley instead?
Or a hot cup of moun-tea?


10:56 am  
Anonymous canada goose said...

(the puns are bilingual now)

11:00 am  
Anonymous canada goose said...

chocolate moose?

3:38 pm  
Anonymous canada goose said...


3:38 pm  
Blogger Titch said...

I've had a flying moose burger. Turns out it was made of beef though...

5:05 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pleased to see that Canada Goose has come clean!

By the way Duncan, do you take your soup to work in a vancouvuum flask?

M x x

2:54 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quebec-on and eggs

3:13 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you tried any Canadian beaver yet?

9:00 am  

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