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Olde Port San Luis

I’ve got a ton of work to do before the holidays hit, so what better time to go do a little food exploring? The Food Exploring series is a way to revisit adventures I’ve been on around the world that …

Living

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 …

Meats

Bourbon and Peach Glazed Pork Chops

Scott and I like to celebrate the weekend with friends and try new recipes with a big hearty Sunday Supper. It’s a fun chance to catch up, gather around our giant table, and enjoy some good food together. And since …

Living

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 …

Seafood

Seafood Paella

Scent can transport you places in magical ways. When you cook with saffron, let the smells take you from wherever you are and drops you on the beaches of the Mediterranean, letting the breeze wash over you, letting the scents …

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Haleakala Sunrise

Ever wonder what a sunrise looks like from 10,000 feet? You don’t have to do a deliberate summit of Mt. Rainier or any of the other minor peaks to find out. In fact, there isn’t much hiking at all involved. …

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Dinner at Ffiona’s

  The evening we returned from our explorations of Lacock, Stonehenge, and Bath, we were exhausted but had just enough energy to go out and explore somewhere new for dinner. Neither of us felt like doing research, so we did …

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Sunrise at Stonehenge

  I’ve waffled many times, on this blog and others, whether or not I want to have a food blog, a travel blog, or some other kind of blog. As you know, if you’ve clicked around here a bit, that …