April 12, 2013





So I'm currently writing this post from the comfort of the backseat of a rental car driving on the Western slope of the Rockies and into Utah. It's been fun really. We have experienced almost every type of weather you can imagine. From snow, to rain, to sun and more...Well I guess we have yet to drive through a hail storm, a tornado or a hurricane, but you get the picture. If you were wondering, it is currently raining. Anyway, we decided to make pizza last night. It's usually our go-to when we ...
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April 11, 2013





I took inspiration for this recipe right out of one of my favorite cookbooks of all time. Two summers ago we did a little backpacking trip through Wyoming and I picked up this glorious cookbook inspired by the best food Wyoming has to offer. They have some great food up there. Trust me. I had to adapt something from this cookbook someday and I decided to start with the Cranberry-Orange Scones. Surprisingly enough, until today, I have not made them! Weird I know. Well Zach and I (and his mom who ...
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April 10, 2013





Zach here for a change. While I have taken a back seat as taste consultant over the last few months, I would like to take the time to introduce a new venture that we are super excited about: The Feasting Eye. We have spent a great deal of time designing The Feasting Eye from scratch and we think it is sure to meet the needs of many food bloggers. We invite you to check it out now (or read a bit more about the awesome features of The Feasting Eye). [sc:adsense1] The Feasting Eye was created with ...
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April 09, 2013





That's right, it snowed. Well, it's snowing. Still snowing. At this point, I don't think it's ever going to stop. Oh, and it was almost 70 degrees yesterday. Crazy! We all knew it was coming. How bad it would be? We still have yet to know because it's STILL snowing. You all know that I love the snow, but it's April now. It's time to move on to bigger and better things; like warm weather and bikinis and fun in the sun! I guess that's what we get for living where we live. Not that I'm trying to co ...
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April 08, 2013





Did I mention that I love Sprouts Farmer's Market? Maybe I did, but I'm going to say it again. I love Sprouts. We got some great items yesterday for the ENTIRE week and didn't break the bank! I'm hoping this love affair with this grocery store doesn't end any time soon because I am officially obsessed. They had this great cut of pork tenderloin yesterday, and I just had to do something with it. We don't have pork tenderloin very often, and it's always a fun splurge when we do. Whilst I was prepp ...
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April 06, 2013





I mean really craving a burger. Ever since Zach and I decided to cut back on our meat intake to once or twice a week, I've been craving one. I'm dead serious. Now that it's the weekend. It's time to splurge! ... and splurge in the form of Mexican-style lamb burgers we did. Did I mention that I am absolutely in love with Sprout's Markets. Yes, I am truly truly in love. The most amazing part is, we live literally in walking distance to one now. I know exactly where their meat comes from. They only ...
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April 04, 2013





So here's the deal. It is almost IMPOSSIBLE to find fresh seafood in Colorado. Actually, I take that back. You can of course find fresh seafood, but you will have to pay an arm and a leg for it. Unless it comes from a nearby lake or maybe, perhaps a surplus of fish from the Pacific Northwest. In the end, you are most likely out of luck. I originally wanted to make this dish with a poached lobster, but since that was completely out of the question, we went with scallops instead...bay scallops to ...
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April 03, 2013





Yes, that's right. Peanut. Butter. Truffles. Who doesn't love a good truffle? They are the perfect little bite-sized treat to attack almost any and all of those sweet cravings. What was so surprising to me the first time I made them was how easy they were to make! Sure they require a little down time to chill, but for what they are, they are so insanely simple. I swear it. After our excursion down duck fried rice lane the past two days (yes we've had duck fried rice for the past two days now...I ...
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April 02, 2013





Yes, we are skipping the addition of "scrambled" eggs for this fried rice recipe and just dumping an egg on top at the end. Here is why...there is nothing I hate more in this world than a crusty, tough piece of scrambled egg. I think that it's quite possible that I've only ever had fried rice once or twice where the egg has been cooked to my liking. What better way to avoid this whole mess than by cooking it separately?! Sure you can replace the fried egg with a scrambled one. The choice is real ...
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April 01, 2013





With the cheese board I decided to make today, I went with an unconventional approach and decided to throw a bunch of different cheeses together. In particular, these cheeses are a few of my favorites. I never met a cheese I didn't like. This includes the moldy cheeses, the soft cheeses and most importantly the hard cheeses. The older they are, the better. When I think of a farm house cheese board, I think of cheeses that have been aged for quite a while. Now this is fine when you are dealing wi ...
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