Why DO we? To teach, learn, share, meet new people? An unexplainable urge to communicate with the world at large? I recently read one guy’s blog who said “It’s much cheaper than sitting in a bar complaining about politicians, and less people are drunk”. Another blogger said “because no one will listen to me at home”.
Archives for September 2009
A lemon ice cream recipe to ease the pain of a sudden snow storm. Summer dumped us this week. It seemed so sudden, too soon. We were all stunned.
Homemade Rosemary Limoncello makes great DIY gifts from the kitchen. Easy to prepare with a lengthy steep and you’ll be very popular.
Ina Garten Creamy Mustard Vinaigrette Recipe…my new favorite salad dressing.
I’ve been wanting to go for Pho for years. I just haven’t because I didn’t know what to order, how to eat it or even how to act once I got there. This past Friday, Deborah and I went to Pho Saigon Restaurant Denver. A couple of months ago I walked into our office and
I’m so excited over my ability to even come close to recreating this braised veal shank hash dish that I feel like I should contact The Denver Post. I can just see the headlines now: “Highlands Ranch Woman Figures Out How To Copy Braised Veal Shank Hash Recipe” Compelling!
The parade of peaches continues, but this time no clever play on names for this recipe, it’s just straight forward delicious. I love this peach ice cream recipe, and the part I love most is leaving small chunks of peaches for the final freeze. The end result is great bits of frozen flavor nestled in the creamy mixture. I’ve not
Grilled Cheese and Goat Cheese Salad, a wonderful side dish for any meal. I’ve also given this salad a subtitle of Peachzilla Salad. I mean look at that peach, it looks more like a hamburger bun…it looks pretty darn silly. But it was good. I found this recipe on Food and Wine and it called
Peacho-de-gallo. The flavor of this is so addictive. Sweet tomatoes, peaches, sweet onion, cilantro, chipotle chile in adobo … everything you want in a robust salsa.