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Chicken Spinach Soup

Posted By: Patrick · 6/18/2015 1:08:00 PM

 ½ cup of cooked chicken

Chicken broth

3 Celery and 3 Bok choy

3 Green onions and 1 white onion

3 mushrooms chopped small

2 carrots chopped in rounds

Season as you like and bring to a boil

At the last minute add fine noodles (1.00 pack noodles)

And a bunch of fresh spinach chopped coarsely.

Enjoy – Patrick Ryley

Friendship Day at the wharf this Saturday

Posted By: Patrick · 6/18/2015 9:11:00 AM

Hear it on my blog…

http://salmonarm.myezrock.com

Thanks to Brody Savoie and mom Michelle foe joining me on the EZ Rock morning show.

Brody Savoie, a young guy in grade 1 at Hillcrest, decided that we needed a friendship day in Salmon Arm. Following procedure, he went before City Council and Mayor Nancy Coper to make his proposal; and all agreed.

This Saturday starting at 11am, bring the family to the Wharf. There will be dragon boat races and lots to see.

Brody has organized a three legged race, the under over game, a golf ball on the spoon relay, sac races and more. Let’s join this young man in coming together and expressing gratitude toward others far and near.

Don’t miss Brody’s Friendship day – Sat at 11am art the Wharf.

Patrick Ryley

Iced Tea Recipe

Posted By: Patrick · 6/16/2015 6:34:00 AM

Morning again Patrick. Thanks for the tea certificate TEA AND SPICE SHOP

Located at 261 Alexander Street.  Check out their webpage at www.Creeksidetradingcompany.ca

Thought I would share my Ice Tea recipe with you.

1 gallon jar

Put 2 cups boiling water in the jar

Add 5 herbal tea bags and let steep for 5 minutes, stirring a bit Remove tea bag, (squeeze them as you take them out) Add 3/4 cup sugar and 1/4 cup lemon juice and stir Fill the jar with cold water and enjoy

 Suggested flavours, orange spice, lemon spice, wild cherry, wild berry zinger, blueberry, earl grey, Not Apple, it tastes like paint thinner lol

 This is my inside version of California tea. My family has been drinking this for about 28 years.

 It quenches your thirst and with the lemon you don't retain fluid.

 Thanks again - Donna Miller

 

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