The Best (Vegan & Gluten-Free) Oatmeal Chocolate Chip & Raisin Cookies Ever!

My Fellow Food-Intolerance Sufferer requested some raisin oatmeal cookies:  she tried the Chocolate Chip & Pomegranate Oatmeal  cookies I made some weeks back and loved them!

As my friend is gluten-intolerant, I used Orgran Gluten-Free All Purpose flour in place of the flour recommendation in the recipe from my favourite Almost-Vegan Food Site, MyCaliforniaRoots.com.  This time I omitted the pomegranate & used raisins instead.

Another batch of delicious and more-ish cookies! Very dangerous to keep around (I can’t stop eating them!!!!)  Try them if you dare!

A Curve in the Road: Run Dys(lexia) Way 2016

This curve in the road is the view from Punggol Road looking over MyWaterway@Punggol.  This was our Turn-Around-Point for the Run Dys Way 2016 Charity Run.

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Analog to Digital: yay or nay?

This week’s Discover Challenge: Analog, has given me much food for thought.  I have considered my own transition from the analog to digital world: what I like, dislike; embraced, rejected;  considered, disregarded.  I considered friends who have very definite analog pursuits like reading print books, listening to vinyl records, scrapbooking vacations & special occasions.  Even closer to home was Older Daughter, who has a long-standing fascination with fountain pens & developed a related interest in calligraphy.

I was very much at a loss to name analog passions I engage in as I came to the realisation that I have embraced many things digital, and in fact, if not for technology, would find it difficult to enjoy many of these activities. Continue reading “Analog to Digital: yay or nay?”

Mex-Out: Messy Yummy Deliciousness

Daughters & I enjoy going on Food Adventures.

A few weeks ago, we walked by Barrio by Mex-Out at 313 Somerset – a new restaurant on the block!  As we are always looking for a good Mex feed, we mentally made a note to come back. Continue reading “Mex-Out: Messy Yummy Deliciousness”