Making yogurt is deceptively easy — it’s the time you really have to invest to make it all work!
Maybe it’s the writer or reader in me, but whenever I find a wine I love, I have to document it. This doesn’t mean I post every “cool” wine I find on Instagram, though others do use that as a means of noting their own discoveries, and it is a valid option. Instead, I justContinue reading “Wine Buying Tips: “Bookmarking” Your Favorites”
How has it been five months since the blog began? A moment of looking back to see how it’s affected and changed me thus far.
If at first you don’t succeed, bake and bake and bake some more! Adventures with Irish soda bread recipes using leftover whey from cheesemaking!
A return to the Wine Challenge after a month’s hiatus. Going back to rosé first before hitting some heavier wines in the latter half of this journey.
Musings in the world of baking. Is it a world I dare step into, or are the skills and rewards alike beyond my current reach?
And now, as an addendum to yesterday’s post, some Colorado-based wines that could pair beautifully for the Fourth of July or other outdoor summer fare. Here are three that I love.
Looking for a great wine to take to a summer gathering? Whether you celebrate the Fourth of July or not, here are five of my picks for this season!
A preview of a soon-to-be-released mezcal from Del Maguey! Does it live up to the hype? Let’s find out, and we can learn more about mezcal together along the way.
Sometimes, cross-pollination yields incredible outcomes. As I discovered in the last week, plums and apricots are genetically compatible for the creation of hybrids — the first of which are called “apriums.” Described by Morton’s Organic Orchards in Palisade as “2/3 apricot, 1/3 plum, and 3/3 yum,” these palm-sized delights look the shape of a plum,Continue reading “Fun Farmer’s Market Finds — Apriums”
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