There are many things that change along with the month and season. For example, the amount of pollen has drastically increased, and with it the number of hay fever sufferers. What else changes as we enter the spring season?
Everyone loves pies, whether they be sweet pies or savoury pies. Pies are especially popular during the summer. Seeing as how it looks like we’re on the verge of saying goodbye to summer for another year, it’s time to make some end of summer pies! A lot of families have secret recipes that have been passed on for generations – like my grandmother’s blueberry pie recipe – but thanks to the Internet, you can find easy recipes in no time. The following recipes come from various sources on the Internet that were combined to make them easier to make.
First, we need to start with a basic recipe for pie crust. This recipe is easy for beginners because it mixes butter with shortening.
Summer in Japan can be extremely hot and humid, unbearable even. But, with enough careful planning, it won’t be boring. There are many fun things to do in Japan during the summer. Here are some ideas that have already been jotted down in my schedule.
In Toronto, the winter seems to drag on forever; a long season burdened with grey skies and freezing cold temperatures. When spring finally does make an appearance, things seem to fly by at warp speed – the flowers bloom, the trees become greener with lush leaves and hidden squirrels, and the dirty, slushy snow melts away into nothingness. And then, before you know it, it’s summer.
Summer in Toronto is the absolute best! It’s not too hot or humid, but hot enough to warrant tank tops, shorts, and Birkenstock sandals.