Archives for August 2014

Honey Bourbon Steak Ribbons

I love a good steak cooked out on the grill in the summer time. A rib eye with some Stilton and Kentucky Bourbon Straight Whiskey sauce is enough to make me cry tears of joy.  Mmmm…mmmm. Steaks are not an every week occurrence though in our house because they aren’t too friendly on the wallet Continue Reading…

Tip Top Tomato

Joy and I got up early a few Saturdays ago to browse the farmer’s market in O town.  It was fun to see the bustle of people with their friends or lovers, dogs on leashes, loading up on lattes and freshly baked galettes and cinnamon rolls.  There was even a lady pushing her pet goose Continue Reading…

Mini Baja Salmon Tacos

Fish tacos are all the rage these days.   You see them being served up in all the fresh-Mex chains and being passed out of the service windows of food trucks by the hundreds.  There’s a good reason for this…fish tacos are fresh, crunchy, and full of flavor. I created this recipe as my July entry Continue Reading…

Just Camp!

Each summer I am reminded of the healing power of nature-of mother Earth.  There is no season I love more…the heat, the sweat and salt, the greens and blues.  Nothing does more for my soul than sleeping in a tiny tent with my little family, surrounded by scurrying critters, and the dark blue sheath of Continue Reading…

Encourage One Another

I’ve heard that it’s ok to go on a rant once in a while.  In fact, when researching about how to grow a blog, a suggestion that’s often given is to discuss controversial subjects.  I usually try to suppress the ranting and controversial side of me on the blog…she likes to come out with her Continue Reading…