I have a terrible weakness for ice cream, and I’m not ashamed to admit it. During the heat wave we just climbed out of, I discovered a new addiction – Mexican paletas. Not the popsicle-like, hard and icy paletas but … Continue reading Ice cream… a favorite treat since 200 B.C.
Last week, I wrote about the sweet little apricots that grow so easily in our Far West Texas dirt. After posting about them on social media, I was surprised with all of the feedback I got from fellow apricot lovers. … Continue reading Apricots, Part Two… because I just can’t get enough
Over the last few years, I’ve noticed several types of fruit that are plentiful in Far West Texas, seemingly without any type of care or attention to their growth. That comes as a surprise to me, living in the High … Continue reading Nothing beats a freshly picked Far West Texas apricot
((Note: my apologies for getting this out after the fact… I was too busy to do it before!)) It’s always strange when July 4th falls on a weekday, especially on a Wednesday. In Fort Davis, we are celebrating our country’s … Continue reading Fourth of July Celebrations begin tomorrow
((Note: I just found this in my Drafts folder… apparently I had too much to do back in April to hit the “Publish” button. HA!!!)) Two years ago last week, we began the weekly journey of Savoring West Texas. Two … Continue reading So much to do in the Trans Pecos, so little time to do it all…
The other day, we were roaming through the aisles of Blue Water Natural Foods in Alpine when a small package on the shelf caught my eye. “Real Kombucha You Make At Home.” It was a starter culture in a box. … Continue reading Adventures in fermentation – making kombucha tea at home
There’s a good chance you’re reading this after I’ve tearfully sent the last of my visiting family back to their faraway homes after nearly a week of experiencing far West Texas for the first time. When my sister, Casey, who … Continue reading Summer vacations in Far West Texas