As shown by the information in "General Information" a
great deal of the detail relates to the English scene as it is generally
accepted that the name Blore, Bloore and Bloor grew out of the Midlands
area of central England, and as the BLO(O)R(E) SOCIETY cover the main
names effectively this page will relate to.....
1. Blores found on the web in Canada
2. Families with Blore connections
3. Links to Blore web pages in Canada
4. and any other Canadian related information.
1. BLORES ON THE WEB IN CANADA
Found on an Altavista site....
Posted by TOM BLORE on February 19, 1999 at
In Reply to: BLORE posted by Tom Blore on February
19, 1999 at 23:09:33:
: WINNIPEG,MANITOBA,CANADA FEB 19/99
LOOKING FOR CONTACTS WITH OTHER PEOPLE WHO
MAY BE RELATED.
MY GRANDPARENTS EMIGRATED TO CANADA IN 1907
A.D. FROM LEEDS, ENGLAND.
Janice Blore's salad
Found at http://br.theadvocate.com/food/recipe.asp?StoryID=4531
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
1 tbl. dry mustard, or to taste
1/2 cup flaxseed oil, or olive oil Salt and pepper to taste
Dried or freshly chopped tarragon, basil or dill, optional
4 cups spinach leaves, tightly packed
1 avocado, peeled and cut into chunks
1 peach, peeled and sliced
1/4 cup toasted sunflower seeds
In a bowl, combine and whisk together honey, vinegar, mustard
and oil until well mixed. Season to taste with salt and pepper
In a salad bowl, add dressing to spinach and toss well. Top with
avocado and peach, then sprinkle sunflower seeds over and serve.
-- "Secrets from the Farm," Granville Island Public
We recently heard from Janice... 13th December
"My name is Janice Blore and
I am married to Ron Blore. I was looking at the Blore web site
and under United States Blore's, low and behold, is my salad recipe
(Janice Blore's salad). I find this amazing as it was a little
recipe put into a little booklet that was created for a one day
"tastes from the farm" from Granville Island, British
Columbia, Canada. This booklet was only handed out to customers
and visitors to the market and was never sold or published. I
can't imagine how anyone could have found it! I must admit that
for a moment I felt quite famous.
It is my husbands family that is related to the Blore's - William
Blore was his father and I believe this was his grandfather's
name, as well. I know that they have lived in British Columbia
for at least four generations."
2. FAMILIES WITH BLORE CONNECTIONS IN CANADA
3. LINKS TO BLORE WEB PAGES IN ENGLAND
4. OTHER BRITISH BLORE RELATED INFORMATION