Welcome to the Maple Leaf Restaurant the Czech Snitzle house. In 1988 we became Canadian citizens, and started a new business with a properly fitting name. There is nothing better for you then a freshly cooked meal from scratch.
For more than 20 years Maple Leaf demonstrates our excitement for everything Canadian.
Our open concept kitchen, is a hub for all the action.
We are always in the middle of constant chopping, cutting, pounding, grilling, stewing, baking, roasting, frying, steaming, poaching, or shortly put cooking. Our menu is greatly influenced by our Czech origins and culture.
We are also is inspired by local food and produce, as well as slow flavourful cooking and healthy eating.
We are currently packing up our entire house in anticipation of our move!
I keep coming across so many projects I want to make while I should be packing.
One such project is a printed panel for a fabric book.
So this week I used that panel and some scraps of fusible fleece to whip up a cute fabric book.
Back in October I made a vest from a printed panel and it reminded me how much I love panel projects!
The fabric panels come preprinted with all the details and instructions needed for an entire project including the seam allowances.
I’ve seen panels for projects ranging from vests to aprons and books to tree skirts.