This might be my new favorite grilling recipe. For good reason too, since it’s full of flavor, and it’s eeaaasy. Plus kabobs are probably the easiest way to pack a lot of veggies into the meal. YOU all know I love my veggies. [Read more…]
June had a lot going on, but July promises to be crazy. Not only is Monster turning 1 but Chuck is turning the big 3-0h. It means lots of planning and partying. There could be worse things, right?
Growing up I never realized quite how different eating frog legs really was. While I was certainly exposed to typical American fare, a lot of our food came from the land, including a variety of wild animals and fish. To me they were a delicacy enjoyed only a few times a year, to my schoolmates this was unheard of, and to my father and grandfather, this was just a way of life. [Read more…]
We are getting to that time of year when fruits and veggies are really coming into abundance and so by extension, we are all going to be washing a lot more fruits and veggies. When I’m pulling things from my own garden a quick rinse is all I need, but whether I’m buying from the farmers market or grocery store I like to give my veggies an extra bit of washing to make sure we are ingesting any extra chemicals or fertilizers. [Read more…]
Throughout the lifetime of this blog, I’ve been trying to find a way to record the goings on in my gardens each year, but I’ve never been able to find something that sticks. I’m going to start writing about them as if I’m writing a journal. I think the more personal touch will help me stay focused on it, and not feel defeated when I have nothing to really report except a failed potato harvest (I’ll figure it out one of these days). [Read more…]