Ok, so it’s not really snow but it might as well be. It’s a scary, all too real preview of what’s looming on the horizon all courtesy of Mother Nature.
A beautiful but rare sight in North Dakota. As if trees were not rare enough. To find trees that are changing in color, now that’s a sight. It’s almost as rare as a bigfoot sighting.
We love soups and stews in our house. Now that winter is fast approaching it’s time to bring these comforting recipes out of storgage and mabye create a few new ones along the way.
Steaks are big in our house. Our motto in the kitchen is “go big or go home”. I typically like my steak simple, salt and pepper only. But in an effort to please the masses, I tried a marinade and it was a hit.
To only talk about the positive things and to never re-post a negative comment is, in my opinion, a manipulation of the truth. It’s not how things really are here.
We love tacos. Anything you can wrap in a corn shell has my vote. So when I’m eating low carb, this is hard for me because I love soft corn shells filled with all kinds of goodness but it’s stricly off limits. A few years back I stumbled on a low carb taco shell that claimed to be authenitc and low carb. I bought a case of them.
I’m personally not a crumb cake fan but everyone else in this house is so it’s on the dessert rotations. We like ours loaded with crumbs. This is made to fit a 9 x 11 pan. No whimpy small desserts in this house. It’s go big or go home.
Living in a place that is more isolated than anywhere else I have lived, has taught me a few things about food and how to conserve, save, stock up, and make my own when I can. It’s been a great experience because it’s cut down on waste and allowed me to think outside the box which I like.
My husband has strong memories tied to food. He grew up with his mother and grandmother and boy could his grandmother cook.