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As much as I love New York, Toronto comes in a very close second. For the fourth consecutive year, I went to the Ex. A two week “fair” that takes over the CNE in down town Toronto the end of August /beginning of September. Here they introduce the strangest of foods; deep fried butter, chocolate covered bacon, and deep fried, well, everything! 

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These cookies were easy and a lot of fun to make. My aunt, in the past, has put the cookies on skewers to make beautiful cookie bouquets.

Cookie ingredients:

1 stick of Butter

1 cup of sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 eggs

3 cups of flour

Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs and vanilla extract and mix well. Add flour and knead until stiff. 

Icing Ingredients:

1 kg of icing sugar

1 tsp lemon juice

3 egg whites

food coloring

Mix ingredients together. Divide icing into individual bowls and add desired color to each. Put icing into piping bags and go wild!

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Camp Dabarno, Muskoka

It’s always a great time at Camp Dabarno. The best new addition; a vegetable garden! We ate fresh herbs, tomatoes, and peppers. What a treat!

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Bakerbots… Wow - what a treat! 
I tried the birthday cookie with vanilla cookie ice cream. The outside cookie was perfectly chewy providing just the right casing for the ice cream. 
Pictured above - Sister Dana and Brother in Law Matt, Aunty Vi and me! Also in attendance but not picture is Mom/Lolo.
Bakerbots
205 Delaware Avenue, Toronto (Bloor and Ossington)

Bakerbots… Wow - what a treat! 

I tried the birthday cookie with vanilla cookie ice cream. The outside cookie was perfectly chewy providing just the right casing for the ice cream. 

Pictured above - Sister Dana and Brother in Law Matt, Aunty Vi and me! Also in attendance but not picture is Mom/Lolo.

Bakerbots

205 Delaware Avenue, Toronto (Bloor and Ossington)

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Hillbilly Handfishin’

Skipper Bivens and Trent Jackson get Kelly and Joel in the water as catfish bait, teaching them “noodling” basics.