We’ve come down off the mountain top. Literally and figuratively. While I don’t have any spectacular recipes or culinary extravaganzas to share from our time in the Rocky Mountains, I do have many tales to tell…
I’ll be sharing my mountain musings over at The Kitchen Mission and would love for you to join me there. Feel free to sign up to receive The Kitchen Mission emails too. The subscription box is in the upper right hand corner.
To satiate your appetites (while I conquer Mt. Laundry back home), I’m posting pics of our campfire cookout and Fourth of July yumminess. It’s the usual fare and no recipes needed. Quite the diversion from our normal Schell Cafe fare, but as they say…when in Rome.
The most notable culinary difference I encountered high in the Rockies was the absence of glorious produce we are blessed to have in abundance in the ATX. While I certainly didn’t miss the oppressive Texas heat, I was gratefully reminded of the bounty our local farmers provide. I’m off to shop my trifecta over the next couple of days — HEB/CM, Whole Foods and our local Farmer’s Markets (think I’ll make it until Wednesday to hit the Triangle?).
In the meantime, cool off and enjoy a glimpse of our mountain munchies. Just don’t build a fire unless you are lucky enough to be someplace where you can taste the snow.