Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Deconstructed Turkey

  Thursday I had a Turkey epiphany!  For years I have been making our bird the same way generations of women in my family have prepared a turkey; rinse it, season it, stuff it, roast it and hope for the … Continue reading

Posted in American Food, Cooking, Family, Food, Holidays, Julia Child, meat, Recipes, Thanksgiving, Turkey | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Green Chile Cheeseburgers – Sort Of

It’s a cold and gray day here in Mew Mexico; a good day to do some more work on the valence I am making for my soon to be born granddaughter’s room.  What has that got to do with green … Continue reading

Posted in Cooking, Family, Food, grilling, meat, New Mexican, winter weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Another False Alarm?

Alas, the snow predicted for today has failed to materialize tho the skies have been overcast all day and the temperature has hovered around in low thirties.  Now we hear that we are under a winter storm warning from tomorrow, … Continue reading

Posted in Comfort food, Cooking, Food, German, grilling, Menus, sides, snowfall, Thanksgiving, winter weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Best Laid Plans

I know I promised to be better about updating my blog but between work at the Inn and my volunteer duties time has been a little short.  So I won’t make any promises about doing one a day – I’ll … Continue reading

Posted in American Food, Bed and Breakfast, Comfort food, Cooking, Food, New Mexico, snowfall, Southwestern States, winter weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment