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My friend Alexis, my wing pup Beau and me drove to Liberty Lake WA. This small town is the last city on Interstate 90 before driving into Idaho. There is a very large county park. Some of the features are the circle of very large Cedar Trees, a waterfall, an arduous hike to Mica Peak 5,241 feet above sea level. Our goal was to walk to the Cedar trees. When Beau was half the size he is now I brought him for a walk. He got spooked and ended up in my arms, whimpering about […]

An Impromptu Tuna dinner is always fun. I’m lucky to have this delightful young family living across the street across the street. They have three munchkins under five years old. Beau, my wing pup loves playing with the kids because he can reach all the faces to kiss the children. One of their friends gave them some flash frozen tuna and they wanted to know if I news how to prepare these succulent pieces of meat. After the fish was defrosted with help of cold running water. I took the fish out of the bag […]

The phone call I had dreaded for almost ten years occurred yesterday. One of my peers passed away this last Saturday evening. I was saddened by this loss on so many levels. I’m 77, and my friend is only six years older than me; not a great span of age differences. What is dissimilar is he was the first friend to die since I was a very young man. I spent the rest of the evening mentally cataloging the different levels of our twenty-plus years of friendship. “We had shared many things we had in […]

Smoked Pork Loin with Coffee and Chocolate Rub Just reading the words smoked pork loin with coffee and chocolate makes my salivary glands begin to work with anticipation of something extraordinary. Anyone can make smoked meat even without a proper smoker; and here is how. First for the person (who like me uses charcoal). Depending on the size of the barbecue you need to have a portion of the base to place a container filled with water. For this particular dish, I used my smallest Weber SMOKEY JOE® 14″. I chose an aluminum single small […]

Gonzaga Basketball Buffet Gonzaga basketball team is very exciting in this collegiate March madness. I didn’t want to miss any of the action on the television, so I made this buffet dinner for three people. My little wingman Beau my pup doesn’t count despite his best to find one of the three of us weak and give him some human food. The menu consisted of homemade bagels, chicken tenders marinated, Pork loin lightly smoked, wild caught smoked salmon. cream cheese spread infused with dill and also, plain cream cheese, peach mustard, and dijon mustard, diced […]

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