Author Archives: Michelle Earl

About Michelle Earl

Hi. I'm Michelle, and I live in Edmonton Alberta with my husband. I have been writing as far back as I can remember. I write primarily fantasy and poetry, but I do dabble in other genres. I am a legally blind artist and author, creator of several blogs. I am also married. I like to draw, paint, garden, and do crafts, all when I have the time and energy. I belong to the Salvation Army Edmonton Crossroads Community Church in Edmonton.

Shutting down

Hi everyone, I’m really sorry to say that I will be shutting down the Food Tunnel. I think I bit off more than I could chew, and between that as well as things going on in life, I am now … Continue reading

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Gardening

Today’s Food Tunnel is going to start us on the gardening journey this summer. Of course, I am not going to bore you with the adventures of the gardens, so I will hopefully get to try different products, or interview … Continue reading

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You’ll get no Flack from Flax

It has been a long time since making a post, and it’s long overdue. I was at the Alberta Avenue Farmer’s Market a few weeks ago, and I met a local grower of organic grains. He asked me if I … Continue reading

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The Onion – Wah! Time to Cry – NOT!!!

Ah, the onion, a robust flavor in cooking circles. There are many different types of onion from the green to the common onion. It is used in cooking and medicinal ways as it’s very versatile. I myself use a whole … Continue reading

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Oxtails?? What are They?

We’re going from what’s common today to what was common in days gone by. Apparently, according to JoA Martin, a writer on ehow.com, oxtails were a dime a dozen in the Depression Era. What was inexpensive then is now more … Continue reading

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Awwww, turkey again?

Yep. Turkey again. You’re probably going to really hate turkey after you see my postings, but i assure you, we’re not roasting the bird again. It’s amazing what you can do with turkey if you have seasoned the bird right … Continue reading

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Roasted Vegetables

Hi everyone. This will be the last in the series for the new year’s dinner. It has been fun writing that, but there is so much to talk about out there that i am itching to find and try out … Continue reading

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