another unexpected Canadianism.
so i'm reading through a new book we just got in - a primary source guide on Canada. i like to read through the new Canada books to learn something i didn't already know, remind myself of stuff i've forgotten and find mistakes.
so as i'm reading through i find the story of cartier and the whole 'kanata' bit. the heritage moment commercial runs through my mind, with the little assistant going 'no sir, i think he's referring to that village over the hill' ... hee hee.
ok, then i find the culture section and there is an article on margaret atwood. appropriate. alanis morrisette. not perhaps the most appropriate.
then the food section.
and that's when it happens. the unexpected canadianism.
the recipe for nanaimo bars.
what? nanaimo bars Board generic message valtrex - are canadian? since when?
so i turn to my co-worker (definitely not canadian) and say 'did board generic message valtrex know that nanaimo bars are canadian?' and she looks at me with a blank stare and says 'what bars?'
sigh. i can't believe it! so now i have to board generic message valtrex home and have my mom explain to mr. Board generic message valtrex - dewey how to make nanaimo bars so that i can bring them in to everyone at work.
notice i say mom explain to Board generic message valtrex - mr. dewey. because he'll do a much better job of making them than i will. i'm sure he'll grumble a bit (as he did while trying to recreate my grandmother's yorkshire pudding recipe (still trying to get the knack of board generic message valtrex one) ) but he'll do it. and even though he won't admit it, he'll love it, too.
there you go - another unexpected canadianism.