This full length vinyasa yoga flow had me sweating a lot. I mean, it was a hot day and I am a sweaty person but this still should give you a good workout even if you’re not the perspiring type.
Be a Voter
I got my voter’s card for the upcoming Ontario provincial elections on Jun 12. If you live in Ontario, please be a voter. I don’t care who you choose to vote for, as long as you choose to vote because it really does matter.
I don’t go all Public Service Announcement on the blog often, but voting is one of those things that’s too important not to mention.
If you’re interested in which way you lean and want to learn more about the platforms, check out the vote compass. I, evidently, lean more economically left and socially liberal than any of the parties. Why am I not surprised?
Speaking of politics, I just finished watching Season 2 of House of Cards. DAYUM! It’s good. I’m not surprised people were binge watching it when it was first released. I’m kind of sad that I’ve finished all the episodes though.
Oh well, back to literature I guess.
Crispy Fried Capers are a game changer. They’re crispy, they’re salty, they’re versatile! What’s not to love? I made some this week as a topper for a fried fish recipe I modified from the LCBO’s Food & Drink magazine. They also made a good topping for scrambled eggs and for a vegetable pasta.
Oh and they’re easy. Heat about 2 Tbsp of canola oil in a pan on high, add 2 Tbsp capers that have been drained and patted dry, remove with a slotted spoon once they’re crispy (a few minutes). That’s it.
I posted a couple of vinyasa yoga flows to my YouTube channel and hope to post videos a little more regularly. If there’s something you’d like to see on the channel (longer flows, more instruction, full classes, etc) let me know.