I’m currently on a cold brew coffee kick. We’ve been coffee home roasters for a number of years, but just in the last year, got pretty serious about it. We replaced our small popcorn-popper roasting system with something a little … Continue reading Making cold brew coffee at home
This past weekend, the beautiful weather on Sunday forced us to jump in the car and go for a West Texas Sunday drive, only we didn’t get too far this time. We made it as far as Marfa, just about … Continue reading Pizza Foundation in Marfa
It warms my heart to see that so many people on social media that have added electric pressure cookers to their kitchens. I’m happy to lend my advice whenever asked. Or whenever nobody asks. I love cooking with my IP. … Continue reading So, you got an electric pressure cooker… now what?
Sometimes out here in Far West Texas, we have the craziest swings of winter weather. Recently in Fort Davis, we’ve experienced fall and winter daytime highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s with a hard freeze that very same … Continue reading Taqueria El Milagro in Terlingua’s Ghost Town
Blame it on the weather, participation in bake sales, or the need to satisfy my inner cookie monster (who’s usually whining and ignored), but I’ve baked a lot of cookies in recent months. I’ve never been big on baking cookies … Continue reading It’s not too late to get on the Nice List!
Life is easier when I remember to make a list… I often forget that the most successful endeavors always include lists, whether it’s a grocery list that I can actually stick to at the store, a to-do list filled with … Continue reading Making my lists and checking them twice
I love genealogy. I’ve mentioned that here before. I spoke with my Aunt Joyce the other day, and she shared with me the baffling results of an ancestry DNA test she’d just gotten. One of her grandchildren had given her … Continue reading Keeping family heritage alive at the holidays