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PoCo is looking for 2014 calendar subjects CONTEST ENCOURAGES RESIDENTS TO FOCUS ON WHAT THEY LOVE ABOUT POCO
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featured in the city calendar and other civic publications, and one will be entered to win a free photo shoot and 8x10 printed portrait sponsored by Tri-Cities photographer Darla Furlani. “Port Coquitlam has a certain charm, and it’s not just because of the geography — it’s because of the people,” Mayor Greg Moore said in a press release. “This is a great way to continue celebrating the people and faces who make our city so unique and livable.” The city is looking for a diverse array of submissions that showcase the range of ages, cultures, length of residency, genders and family types of the people who call Port Coquitlam home. The photos will appear in the annual city calendar, which includes information about waste collection, events and other city initiatives. The calendar is distributed free of charge to more than 11,000 homes in Port Coquitlam each December and is also available for free pickupatCityHall.Contestant photos may also be used in other city publications, including the new Citizens’ Guide to be published this fall. Contest guidelines: • Contestants must be PoCo residents from a single household. Submissions will not be accepted from organizations or businesses. • Explain why you love the City of Port Coquitlam in a short video (30 seconds or less) or with a photo of yourself and brief writeup (100 words or less). Note that the photos/writeups and videos may be displayed in City of Port Coquitlam print or online materials. Highresolution images are not required. • Photo booths will also be set up for contest submissions at the City Info Tent at the Homecoming Weekend events on Aug. 17 and 18. • The contestant contact person must be at least 19 years old. • The city will contact winning contestants in late August or early September to arrange a photo shoot for the calendar images during September. Visit www.portcoquitlam. ca/faces for details.
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‘Mopping’ keeps ribs moist
veryone, other than vegans and vegetarians, loves a good rack of pork ribs that has been cooked to perfection. The trouble is, how does one achieve this on the barbecue without making them tough and dried out? Ribs need low temperatures in a moist environment for a long period of time to become tender and juicy. Outdoor gas grills and charcoal barbecues, however, never produce moist heat and this is where you, the home chef, come in. A wet liquid called a “mopping solution” will need to be applied to the ribs regularly as they cook. I make a simple mopping solution by combining 1/2 cup beer, 1/2 cup vinegar, four chopped garlic cloves, a few slices of onion, and a tablespoon of dry meat spice rub. This is enough mopping liquid for two racks of ribs and can be easily applied with a basting brush. You will be cooking the ribs over indirect heat, so purchase only enough racks of ribs to fit on your grill/ barbecue in this manner. Indirect heat means there will be a heat source that will not be directly under where
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the ribs will be. On a gas grill this would be achieved by having the lid down and keeping one or more burners on, but placing the ribs over the one or more burners that will stay off. On a charcoal grill this would mean using a heat deflector. Decide on a good dry meat rub (spice mix) or make one yourself — there are tons of recipes available online. Coat both sides of your racks of ribs with this spice rub. Preheat your grill/barbecue to approximately 275 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. You are going to need to be able to maintain this temperature for three to 3.5 hours with the lid down. Place the spice-coated ribs bone side down and cook indirectly for a half hour. Lift the lid and “mop” the tops of the ribs, then close the lid and cook for another half hour before mopping again.
Basically, you are going to generously mop the ribs at the following times: half hour, one hour, 1.5 hours, two hours and 2.5 hours, cooking with the lid closed in between these times and maintaining the suggested temperature. Once you hit the threehour mark, lift the lid and coat the tops with your favourite sauce. Close the lid and cook for 10 minutes, then sauce again, cook another 10 minutes, sauce once more, and then cook a final 10 more minutes. Carefully remove the cooked tender ribs and let them sit for five to 10 minutes before serving. These ribs won’t be as tender and delicate as ribs that are braised in liquid in the oven, but they will definitely have more “flame-licked” taste. Charcoal grills are great for adding real barbecue flavour, while gas grills tend to be lacking in this department. Buying a smoker box designed for your gas grill with soaked wood smoking chips will improve this. I recommend soaking your wood chips for at least one hour before draining and using. The cooking times and temperatures mentioned in
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t the turn of the millennium a fellow named Gary Taylor built a large Scottishstyle winery in the middle of South Langley wine country. When Glenguie Winery first opened, I was a bit confused, as this unorthodoxly named winery had a dark blue label with the family tartan crest, more suitable for a bottle of scotch than a brand new wine from the smallest wine region in B.C. However Gary planted acres of Pinot Noir on the site and began the arduous task of starting a winery from scratch. Gary was a big believer in the Fraser Valley winery scene, much as neighbours Claude and Inge, owners of Domaine de Chaberton, a winery located a 10-minute drive away, were. He crafted some good wines, although with the confusing labels the winery was not a huge success. I dropped by the winery on a cold and wet July day and as we toured the vineyards Gary told me the crop would be lost that year due to poor weather, which would prevent the grapes from becoming ripe enough to use for wine. Not long after my visit, Gary lost his wife to cancer and it devastated him. He released a tribute sparkling wine named Christina. Unfortunately, not long after
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that, Gary passed away and the winery was put up for sale. Enter Trent Blackwell, who purchased the winery and began the long process of rebuilding it, naming it Neck of the Woods. The first few years were difficult as the winery struggled to find an identity. The wines were average at best and a series of consultants attempted to breathe new life into the venture. In April of this year, Neck of the Woods officially changed its name to Backyard Vineyards with new labels and a line of wines that deliver solid value, most under $20. The winery features a brand new outdoor gazebo with a giant bell in an unpretentious, relaxed environment where you can order a glass of wine, sit down and enjoy the fresh country air — not bad for a place a mere 45-minute drive from downtown Vancouver. The wines are much improved in the last few years and I had an opportun-
ity to sample the wines at Backyard recently. The most successful wines are the Nosey Neighbour white and red, both blends crafted by former Cedar Creek winemaker Tom Di Bello that hit the mark with a low price tag of around $15. The white is citrusy, flavorful, crisp and dry, a sound match for seafood and chicken or sipping on the patio. The red is soft, light with hints of cinnamon, clove, blackberry and raspberry on the nose. The Gewürztraminer is my personal favourite — sweet floral and gentle spice hit your nose and the first sip reveals tropical fruit and a smooth, off-dry honeyed taste. This Gewurtz is the ultimate summer sipper … keep it cold and relax with a good book. The most expensive red is the 2011 Syrah, a serious Okanagan red for just under $25. Big and full-bodied with rich blackberry and fruit, this red is finished in oak that displays vanilla and a hint of Christmas cake spice. It’s a wonderful match for leg of lamb, chops or barbecue roasts. Given the success of these wines, Backyard Vineyards finally has its identity: a fun, easygoing, relaxing atmosphere with true VQA wines valued priced for every day drinking. I think Gary would approve.
this column are approximate and will depend upon the quality of grill or barbecue you are using and the accuracy of your grill thermometer. What you are trying to achieve is a slow-cooked internal meat temperature of 190 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit before resting and serving. A good instantread thermometer will help you accomplish this. Digital ones are easier to read and thus a good quality one will be worth the investment for many recipes in the future.
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FRIDAY, AUG 9 Colony Farm Community Gardens Society
invites gardeners and naturalists to join ecologist Elizabeth Elles in looking for wild pollinators in the gardens from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Learn how you can help pollinators maintain their populations at this free event. Meet at the pagoda visible from the south parking lot on Colony Farm Road. Event will be cancelled in the event of rain. Info: www.cfcg.ca or 604-936-7423.
SATURDAY, AUG 10 Hyde Creek Watershed Society members
host an invasive plant species removal event starting at 9:30 a.m. at the society’s education centre, located at 3636 Coast Meridian Rd. in PoCo. Bring work gloves and long pants. Info: 604-461-3474 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUNDAY, AUG 11
Riverview Horticultural Centre Society host a Catalpa and north end tree tour on the Riverview Hospital grounds at 1 p.m., leaving from the upper entrance of the Henry Esson Young Building. For a site map, visit www.rhcs.org. Info: 604-290-9910.
TUESDAY, AUG 13 Terry Fox Library welcomes guitarist and re-
nowned kids entertainer Tony Prophet from 2 to 2:45 p.m. at 2470 Mary Hill Rd. in PoCo. Enjoy singalongs to songs like “Splish Splash,” “Good Love” and “Cat Came Back” at this free event. Info: 604-927-7999.
THURSDAY, AUG 15 Eagle Ridge Hospital Auxiliary holds a used
book sale in the main lobby of the hospital at 475 Guildford Way, Port Moody, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Funds raised will go towards the purchase of equipment and patient comfort items for Eagle Ridge Hospital. Info: 604-544-1470. Coquitlam Public Library hosts Percy Jackson Yepardy at 2 and 3 p.m. in rooms 136 and 137 of the City Centre branch, located at 1169 Pinetree Way in Coquitlam. Teams of two to four contestants aged 10 and up are welcome to compete for prizes. Clues will be based on the original Percy Jackson books. To register your team, e-mail Chris Miller at cmiller@library. coquitlam.bc.ca, or call 604-554-7339.
FRIDAY, AUG 16
The Stroke Recovery Association of BC, Coquitlam Branch meets 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Dogwood Pavilion, 624 Poirier St., Coquitlam, for speech therapy, exercise and bingo. Open to people recovering from a stroke. Info: Margaret at 604-927-6093. Port Coquitlam Heritage and Cultural Society host a heritage walk at 6 p.m. starting at Heritage at Leigh Square, 2100 – 2253 Leigh Square in PoCo. The downtown historical walk lead by Bryan Ness kicks off Homecoming Weekend. Info: 604-927-8403 or pocoheritage1@ gmail.com. Circle of Friends 50+ Singles Social Club meets at 7 p.m. at the Port Coquitlam Legion #133, 2675 Shaughnessy St. in PoCo to plan events. Group members partake in activities like dining, dancing, theatre, travel, walking/hiking. Info: Nina at 604-941-9032. Hyde Creek Community Centre hosts a free family swim as part of Port Coquitlam’s Homecoming Weekend, 7 to 10 p.m. at 1379 Laurier Ave. Info: www.portcoquitlam.ca.
Tri-City Singles Social Club meets 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, 2513 Clarke St., Port Moody. The social group, not a dating club, offers singles 50+ events and outings like dining, dancing, concerts and travel, to meet new friends. Info: email@example.com. Cinema Under the Stars, presented by the City of Port Coquitlam, features The 2012 movie The Amazing Spiderman, starting at 8:30 p.m. at Gates Park, corner of Reeve St. and Wilson Ave. The ﬁlm will be shown on a eight-metre-tall screen and is rated PG-13.
SUNDAY, AUG 18
Minnekhada Park Association hosts its ﬁfth annual Art in the Park event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This free event includes visual arts, live music, roving performers, arts and crafts workshops, a children’s area and great nature trails. Info: www.minnekhada.ca. The Port Coquitlam Business Improvement Association presents its ninth annual Downtown Car Show, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along Shaughnessy St. in downtown PoCo. The event includes antique cars, live music, entertainment,
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vendors and children’s activities, plus a breakfast presented by the Elks, 7:30 to 11 a.m. inside Leigh Square, 2253 Leigh Square. Info: www. portcoquitlam.ca.
TUESDAY, AUG 20 Tri-Cities Parkinson’s Support Group hosts
its annual potluck picnic, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the River Springs Community Centre, 1950 Lodge Dr., Coquitlam. Bring food, lawn chair and items for white elephant table. Info: Peter at 604-941-3182.
SATURDAY, AUG 17
Minnekhada Park Association hosts its ﬁfth annual Art in the Park event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This free event includes visual arts, live music, roving performers, arts and crafts workshops, a children’s area and great nature trails. Info: www.minnekhada.ca. A Family Festival, presented by the City of Port Coquitlam, takes place at 2253 Leigh Square, 1 to 4 p.m. as part of its Homecoming weekend celebration. Performances by Bobs and LoLo, Second Storey Theatre, and arts and crafts for kids. Info: www.portcoquitlam.ca.
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WEDNESDAY , AUG 21 Terry Fox Library host an awards cer-
emony for members of the Summer Reading Club, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Medals will be awarded to kids who have completed ﬁve weeks of reading or more. PoCo ﬁreﬁghters will be on hand to display trucks and equipment at the library, located at 2470 Mary Hill Rd. in PoCo. Info: 604-927-7999. Preserving Herbs 101, a course offered by the City of Coquitlam, will take place from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at the Inspiration Garden at Town Centre Park, corner of Pipeline and Guildford Way. The course, which costs $8 and requires pre-registration, covers tips preserving herbs and maximizing their use and beneﬁts throughout the year. Info/register: 604-927-4386.
THURSDAY, AUG 22 Terry Fox Library hosts a wind-up party for
Summer Reading Club members, 2 to 3 p.m. at 2470 Mary Hill Rd. in PoCo. Games, snacks and prizes will be offered at the event, which is open to all members of the club. Gently-used books, CDs and DVDs will also be available during a book swap. Info: 604-927-7999.
PORT MOODY PUBLIC LIBRARY
LINKSto LITERACY GOLF TOURNAMENT TUESDAY AUGUST 27TH
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 201 3 Red Robinson Show Theatre, Coquitlam
MEADOW GARDENS GOLF CLUB PROUDLY PRESENTED BY
Enjoy a day of golf and fun knowing that you are helping to build a legacy of literacy for your community through the work of the Port Moody Public Library
Evening Features: Champagne Reception, Gourmet Meal , Live & Silent Auction, Raffles, Dance with the Famous Players Band
Lunch • Buffet Dinner • 18 Holes of Golf
PROUD SPONSORS MASTER OF CEREMONIES OFFICIAL SPONSOR
Maureen Dockendorf, Superintendent of Reading, BC Ministry of Education
GOLF & BANQUET
10:00 AM REGISTRATION $
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TODAY
S I LV E R S P O N S O R S
Online: www.erhf.ca • By phone: 604.469.3128 Or at the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation office: 475 Guildford Way, Port Moody, BC For more information or to register call: 604-469-4577 • www.library.portmoody.ca