One bite, and my eyes got watery and my chest did that fuzzy, fluttery thing. Isn’t it funny how food can do that to you? Or even certain scents and smells? It hits you like a jolt of electricity and … Continue reading Authentic or not, one bite brought tears to my eyes…
It started with Herbes de Provence, or my lack thereof. Herbes de Provence is a mixture of dried herbs and considered typical of the Provence region of southeast France, generally consisting of savory, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, and oregano. Sometimes, it … Continue reading Now is the perfect time to freshen your spice rack
My husband and I have long been non-resolution-makers. There’s some scientific data somewhere that proves that if you proclaim you’re doing this or that for a New Year’s Resolution, and everyone around you tells you what a great idea it … Continue reading 2019: Resolve to add fermented foods to your diet
***WARNING*** There are going to be some really ugly cookie pictures in this post. “Please stop baking cookies,” he said, warm and chewy oatmeal cookie poised for another bite. He couldn’t possibly have meant that, could he? I’ve been on … Continue reading Holiday baking makes life merry and bright
When Tatanka Guerrero of Al Campo Marfa invited us to dinner, we knew we were in for something very special. Tatanka was introducing his new executive chef, trying out menu items and unveiling the newly renovated dining room at his … Continue reading Al Campo Marfa brings Chilean comfort food to the Trans-Pecos
I’ve had a long overdue epiphany in the kitchen. After a decade of self-imposed struggle, I recently discovered that the remedy was there all along, boxed up and out of sight. When the Fort Davis Lions Club Enchilada Supper rolled … Continue reading Add a food processor to your Christmas List today!
Not long ago, we had to make a quick trip to Fort Stockton to pick up a part for our truck at the Ford dealership. Food in Fort Stockton has been hit and miss for us and we weren’t thrilled … Continue reading Tacos OJ in Fort Stockton is now on my go-to list