There’s more than just browsing the shops in town. Let’s take a look at my latest post, Colorado Travel, what to do around Estes Park. Larry and Bev, our blogging friends from Tennessee, have been threatening to head to the Wild West for over a year now, and their long awaited visit finally became reality.
Archives for September 2012
I firmly believe everyone should always sit up and take notice when the introduction to the recipe reads “I made this macaroni and cheese for my children and now make it for my grandchildren”. Not to mention there’s a cup and a half of Monterey Jack Cheese involved.
Rick Bayless Quick fried shrimp in garlic oil with Chipotle peppers. A flavor packed and easy Rick Bayless recipe. By taking a simple cup of olive oil and infusing it with your favorite herbs and spices, or in this case chipotle peppers and garlic, you create a cooking base that explodes with aroma and flavor.
Thanks to my trusty cast iron skillet, this pan fried cod with mustard caper sauce seared beautifully. The mustard caper sauce is a lively flavor for the cod. With a fresh green salad, it’s a beautiful and simple meal. Pan fried cod with mustard caper sauce served with simple salad and eggplant caponata.
Tacqueria style slow cooked chicken. A crock pot, slow cooker recipe that will yield tender flavorful meat for tacos or sliders.
Grilled steak rests on a slice of rustic bread, topped with bacon, peaches and beautiful sauce. Try this Grilled Steak with Peach sauce next time you fire up that grill. While reading this recipe, I said to myself right from the get-go “Use pork instead of steak”. But Better Homes and Gardens has been such a trustworthy
A beautiful dessert for those fresh peaches you just bought. Peaches are roasted in vanilla and butter. All you need for a beautiful presentation is a dessert shell and some mascarpone cheese. Garnished with raspberries and a little mint and you’ve got a restaurant quality peach dessert. Colorado Western Slope Peaches are making abundant
The first time we ever heard of Eggplant Caponata was when we had it at the International Pinot Noir Celebration in McMinnville, Oregon. It was like nothing we had ever tasted. Sauteed eggplant and onions flavored with cinnamon and cocoa powder, crunchy with pine nuts and richly colored with balsamic vinegar. A combination of complex