Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche newspaper – Aug. 31, 2017 Alternate headline after the fact: “This disco’s made for cookin’, not dancin’” 😊 About a month ago, my husband spotted a cooking device for sale on one … Continue reading Thankful that someone turned a farm implement into a cooking device
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche – Aug. 24, 2017 On a quick trip to San Antonio last week, we decided to have breakfast at La Madeleine. There are many of the French Country restaurant’s recipes … Continue reading Eggs Benedict… a classic meal for more than just brunch
Printed with permission of the Alpine Avalanche – August 17, 2017 According to our local Porter’s grocery stores, it’s Hatch Chile Season. According to me, it’s always chile season, whether they come from the small New Mexico village of … Continue reading It’s Hatch Chile season… as if I needed another reason to enjoy chiles 🙂
Printed with permission of the Alpine Avalanche – Aug. 10, 2017 Erin and Jeff McClure fell in love with the Davis Mountains years ago. Living in Fort Worth, they would visit friends in Marfa and vacation at the Davis Mountains … Continue reading Check out the Smallest Bakery West of the Pecos… Sweet and Savory Bakery!
Printed with permission of the Alpine Avalanche – Aug. 3, 2017 Sourdough is the oldest and most original form of leavened bread. The oldest recorded use of sourdough is from the Ancient Egyptian civilizations, back around 1500 B.C. If you … Continue reading Sourdough cultures – creating naturally leavened bread since at least 1500 B.C.
Printed with permission of the Alpine Avalanche – July 27, 2017 One of the things I love about living in Fort Davis is being near the Fort Davis National Historic Site. If ever you feel like modern life is weighing … Continue reading What a treat to find a cookbook at the Fort Davis National Historic Site
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche – July 20, 2017 I took this photo last year near the Fort Davis Presbyterian Church. A couple months ago, we decided that we wanted to plant prickly pear cactuses as one … Continue reading Prickly Pear season is upon us in far West Texas