Healthy granola bars never tasted so good!
It’s one thing to want your kids to enjoy a healthy snack, it’s an entirely different thing to actually get them too. I have been on the loosing side of “battle of the snacking” for over a decade. When I found this easy granola bar recipe…. that surprisingly tasted even better than it looks, I was dumbfounded. I mean, it’s not that often I have a legit #momwin! Read more
Kombucha brewing for beginners
I have been brewing kombucha for about 10 months now, and can honestly tell you… anyone can do it! It’s so simple, low cost, and definitely low maintenance.
I was fortunate enough to have a friend walk me through my very first home brew. She gave me her tried and true recipe and even brought me a scoby. I am going to share with you that same recipe, as it’s the one I use most frequently. Read more
Holiday Spiced Cold Brew
Looking for an easy way out of getting your family up and at’em for the holidays? Well look no further, this easy spiced cold brew recipe can be made ahead of time and ready for your guests and makes your holdi-Day easy peasy. Read more
Egg yolk pound cake
If you follow me on social media you know that my daughter just had a birthday and requested Angel Food Cake. One of my favorite cakes to make, I use this recipe HERE. Then I end up with 12 yolks to put to use. So this week I worked on a egg yolk based pound cake recipe and I gotta tell ya, it’s a winner. Read more
Love hard and Be kind
In light of this weeks events. I feel compelled to share my point of view. A perspective of love and motherhood. It has taken me this entire week to absorb the tragedy of what occurred on October 2nd, 2017, the Las Vegas massacre. With both a multitude of family and friends living there, a swollen heart is nothing close to what the real survivors of this horrific event must feel and have to deal with. Read more
Nothing says summertime like a great strawberry recipe!
If you follow me on IG or FB, you know… I have mint growing out my ears. More mint that I can deal with. So far, I have been able to share with friends and neighbors, but am still left with bundles. Read more
Farm to table summer harvest brunch
Rainbow chard & Red Amaranth Saute with a sweet and tart lemon, ginger, and turmeric vinaigrette.
If you’re anything like me, you crave both a delicious and colorful meal. This is just that! Both hardy in flavor, and so fun to look at with all these vibrant fresh farm goodies.
Recently a friend of mine brought me over some of her summer harvest goodies. Included in her bag of treats were rainbow chard, red amaranth, jalapenos, and sweet red peppers. Read more
Refreshing Summertime Sweet Tea Cocktail
There’s something quite nostalgic about a refreshing glass of iced cold sun brewed tea. This easy recipe is sure to bring some extra delight to your next summertime BBQ or backyard gathering. If you don’t have the time to brew your sweet tea by sun, simply use the boiling method for faster results. We will be enjoying this sweet tea cocktail all Holiday weekend long! It’s that good! Read more
Taking back the table 102
The kitchen is so much more than a place to prepare food. It’s a place we gather to laugh, to gossip, to learn, to share, and to pass on traditions.
I am so grateful to get to share one of those traditions from the Ash Canyon Ranch Family Kitchen.
Meet Logan and Witney, a couple who is just 23 days away from tying the big knot! When we sat down to choose a location to capture their love story through engagement photos, there was only one place they had in mind. Ash Canyon Ranch. Logan’s side of the family has a beautiful ranch tucked away in the desert plains of Southern Arizona. The endless meadow trails take you out into some of Arizona’s most gorgeous landscapes. But no matter how far those trails have taken Logan and Witney, they have led them right back to the Ash Canyon Ranch family kitchen. Where a simple homemade grilled green chili, cheese, and ham sandwich making tradition, has played an extra special role in their love story.
Homemade Chicken Wontons
These crispy fried wontons are a family favorite! The best part about this recipe is making them with others. It goes a lot faster when you recruit some helpers. My twelve year old son is now a bit of a wonton wrapping master. In this post, we are sharing the easiest way to wrap/fold your wontons. No matter the wrap, they are always a tasty treat!
I prefer to stuff my wontons with ground chicken, most recipes call for ground pork. You can use any type of ground meat, or for a vegetarian option, you can go with meatless crumbles. I use chicken because I am basically a chicken-atarian. Read more