TM is pottery of few words, so we are going to let the pictures do the talking for TM's recent trip to Creede Colorado's Last Chance Mine. TM unearthed amethyst, silver, sow-belly agate, and other treasures!
TM (Travel Mug) recently took a glimpse back in time at the ancestral home of the Pueblo and Hopi people at Chaco Canyon in New Mexico. Built around 900 AD, Chaco Canyon was thought to be inhabited by as many as 6000 Anasazi people at its peak. While it
WEEEEEEEEHEEHEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That about sums up the latest of the travel mugs adventures! It was my partner at the Royal Gorge Zip Lining Tour just outside of Canyon City, Colorado. We first suited up in our straps, clamps, helmets, and gear.
This recipe submitted for our tagine recipe contest by Jodi Edstrom was our 3rd place winner. She used pheasant, which is local to our area. We loved that she created the tagine with traditional Moroccan elements, and then personalized it by using local
Runner up in the 2012 tagine contest... Deciding on 1 winner for the 2012 tagine recipe contest was a difficult task for our judges. This recipe from Elsa Cooks was a close second runner up, and winner of a Clay Coyote gift certificate. We made this
It was not an easy decision. Our 3 finalists had to be tasted several times (tough job) to decide on the winner of the 2012 Tagine Contest. The winner of the contest and a Clay Coyote Dutch Oven was... Merguez Ragout with Poached Eggs by Emily
We have been asked for years to make a mug for the annual Forest City Stockade piece. Here it is to commemorate 150 years! We hope to see you there next weekend.
What is the best deviled egg you have ever had? I make "deviled eggs" for almost every get together/pot luck/ party I have. I especially love to make variations on the traditional mayo, mustard, paprika variety. While I do enjoy a "regular" deviled egg,
As summers often seem to do, this season is blurring by! I am already 4 weeks into my CSA work share, and realized I have yet to blog about my experiences at Loon Organics. In part, because I have not been "cooking" all that much. Planning meals is so