Everyone with a garden spends the late Summer noticing the ever-shortening evenings. As if the sun is reminding you from just above the horizon, exactly how amazing those crops look. Whether a small raised bed or acreage, a sewn seed brought to harvest is important. I get my ingredients, for the most part, from stores. … Continue reading Summer Wanes. Hatch and Harvest.
For 82 years (and counting), the small Oregon Dutch community of Verboort has been hosting a sausage dinner fundraiser for “Visitation School” and this year it was my great honor to attend. Continue reading Verboort Sausage Festival
I give you my tipsy tour of my native home Colorado Continue reading Colorado Sips
Traveling in the United States always reminds me that Americans have guts of steel. Continue reading Truckstop Eats
For those of you who love Poke, I highly recommend going to Hawaii. They get it. They have killer Ahi for it, and it is on every menu. Each place has a little spin on how they do it. You can even chat up the local Farmer’s Market fishmongers about ordering it for private delivery … Continue reading Poke Tour – Hawaii: Mahalo Nui Loa’
Last weekend we attended the Texas Farmer’s Market at The Domain, which opens every Sunday from 3 to 6 pm. With our grocery list in-hand we walked from one end to the other, and then back again on the other side. This Farmer’s Market started just a few weeks ago. The selection includes lots of … Continue reading Austin Farmers Market
In March, while visiting Portland, Oregon, I visited the ever-interesting super eclectic and fun Voodoo Donuts. Before moving forward, I should mention that the donuts absolutely do not disappoint. Not only are they the good kind of insane, but they taste great. Voodoo Donuts has locations in Portland, Oregon and Denver, Colorado. I learned while … Continue reading Voodoo Donuts, PDX