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Trusted care for your pet.


“We care for your pets as if they were our own.”


Animal Hospital of Manitoba Lifestyles 55 readers


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is a full service animal hospital that provides wellness care to pets as well as medical, dental, surgical, and emergency ser- vices. Dr. Zheng has 35 years of experience treating patients. They won 2018 Top Choice Award among Winnipeg Veteri- nary Clinics and 2016 Consum- er Choice Award in the sector of Winnipeg Veterinarians.


We provide some unique services  CO2 Laser Surgery  Comprehensive Pain Management


 Digital X-rays & Dental X-rays  Holistic and Herbal Medicine  Housecall Humane Euthanasia  Infrared Laser Therapy  K-Laser Acupuncture  Soft Tissue Surgery


 Orthopedic Surgery  Ultrasonography


 Vet Services Subsidy Program  Video-Endoscopy


Address: 995 Main Street Winnipeg MB R2W 3P8


Reception: (204) 586-3334 Website: www.ahofmb.com


Celebrating our 20th anniversary


For the passionate gardener Come grow with us!


Cod may have been the saving force during hard- er times many years ago, but if you have never tried it cooked without being deep fried in bat- ter, you have not really experienced all it has to give.


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The flesh is perfect. It has a wonderful body and


texture about it.


Married with cream and minted peas, it’s a match made in heaven. I serve this dish often


and I can promise you that everyone revels in its taste, along with its look and style.


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Peas and cod 1 packet frozen peas 1 lemon cut in quarters 1/2 cup whipping cream 2 cups fresh, finely chopped garden mint ½ teaspoon salt 2 fillets fresh Atlantic cod 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon olive oil ¼ cup white wine Several sprigs fresh dill Several stems fresh chives


Directions Empty the peas into a large pot. Add all of the mint and a pinch of salt.


Ian Leatt Foodies


ish, in particular cod, some say, is only good wrapped in beer bat- ter. Truly a huge misconception!


Cover with water and bring to a boil. Leave to boil for eight minutes. Pour in the olive oil into a large frying pan and add the butter. Place on a me- dium heat. Cut the cod fillets


into equal sizes and add to the frying pan. Pour in the wine, season with a pinch of salt and pepper on each piece of cod. Cook the cod on one side for three minutes then carefully flip over, trying not to break each piece as you do so. Remove the peas


from the heat and strain. Add the cream and mash the peas –


not too finely, they need to have some form. Place a cookie cutter on the cen- tre of a plate and fill half way up with mashed peas. Push down gently so that when you remove the cutter you have a shape left. Place the cooked pieces of cod on top of the peas. Garnish with some chives, fresh dill and a piece of lem- on. (Squeeze the lemon over the fish when eating.)


Enjoy! This dish makes a light lunch


or a great middle course; surprise your guests with your skill in the kitchen. Their reaction will be one of wonder! This is a truly spectacular dish! Ed. Ian Leatt is general manager of Pega- sus Publications and a trained chef.


A fish dish fit for royalty


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