We are hitting that time of year when produce becomes so abundant that we can hardly keep up. When I feel overwhelmed there are a few standard recipes that I rely on to help get me through without wasting anything.
Last month I started a new series for documenting my garden this year. This is installment no. 2 [Read more…]
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…]