Buffalo Gyoza

Buffalo Gyoza

It's amazing how many different things in this world fall under the term "dumpling." I spent about a decade with the Army living in and traveling the Pacific, which meant that dumplings were pot-stickers and gyoza and not the chicken-and-dumplings drop biscuit variety of dumplings I'm getting used to in Virginia. But pretty much every [...]

Food Exploring :: Hiking Colorado’s Red Rocks Park

Food Exploring :: Hiking Colorado’s Red Rocks Park

We often think about the kind of thing we'd be doing if we weren't working at our day jobs. For me, almost all the time, it's photography. Or food. Or taking pictures of food. The best of both worlds, you know? But my friends reading this can probably attest to the fact that if I'm [...]

Gruyere Scalloped Sweet-Potato Stacks

Gruyere Scalloped Sweet-Potato Stacks

There's not much I love than gathering a bunch of people around a table and sharing good food and fellowship together. We've got space for ten - maybe fourteen if we squish - at our table, and when I get around to revamping our island, we'll have another four or so bar stools there for [...]

Louisville :: Must Be Something in the Water

Louisville :: Must Be Something in the Water

If I love anything about Kentucky, it's how linked its traditions - Kentucky bourbon and champion thoroughbred horses - are to the land itself. Neither could happen without the rich rolling hills Kentucky sits on. Because those hills are rich with limestone and natural upwelling springs. The limestone naturally filters the water and enriches it [...]

Food Exploring :: Under the Sea in Nassau

Food Exploring :: Under the Sea in Nassau

Don't let the title throw you - we're not taking you back to an either deliberate or ironic take on your high school prom. We're really taking you under the sea for today's adventure and to kick off this month's iteration of Food Exploring! Because when you're touring through the Bahamas and there's so much [...]