Monthly Archives: June 2013

Pots de Créme

Yes, someone’s been eating my porridge! I tried taking a picture of it before I cut into it, but it just looked like a brown blob. But it is so delicious! Hopefully this view will better show what it is … Continue reading

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San Pedro River Walk

This is the start of a lovely walk that goes along the San Pedro River not far from our house. There is a huge tree https://dorrieanne.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/huge-tree-at-the-san-pedro-riparian-area/ just to the right of where this walk starts out. It is a very … Continue reading

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Rib Eye Back Rib Sandwich

Here are the ingredients. I sprinkled some tarragon in the onions; some Montreal Steak Seasoning in the meat, then ground some lemon pepper into it, followed by extra Lowry’s Seasoned Pepper, and a good dose of Vege-Sal. The peppers caramelized … Continue reading

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Seedy Buns

The topping on these buns has finally settled in at sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, Trader Joe’s grinder of Everyday Seasoning, and a quick pass with the grinder of Himalayan Pink Salt Crystals. I put a pretty heavy whole egg wash … Continue reading

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Pizza – Spur of the Moment

I started a batch of dough with the thought of making a cinnamon swirl loaf and a batch of seedy buns, but then decided to use one half of the dough for a quick lunch pizza. Spicy red pepper jarred … Continue reading

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SNAP and Whole Wheat Toast

Last night I read a story that some CongressCritters were going to try to live on $4.50 per person, per day in food purchases – which is apparently the amount allowed for single SNAP (food stamp) users. Could you do … Continue reading

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Guero – The After-Dinner Cat (nap)

This is the most beautiful cat I think I’ve ever seen. I took this picture at the home of the campground owner at the Birdwatcher RV Park in Bosque del Apache, near Socorro, New Mexico, in 2003. He was part … Continue reading

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Bean Soup – 1, 2, 3 – EAT!

Not much more trouble than opening a can, but . . . look how glorious the colors are! Add beans slow cooked the day before, et voilå . . .

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Chunky

I can’t get my head around “Smoothies”, but yesterday I made a “Chunky”. It was unintentional, actually. I got too much yogurt and orange juice in my cooked five-grain cereal with fruit, so I just put it into a glass. … Continue reading

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The Contest

    Do you remember this guy? Well, he is living up to his name. He has arisen yet again to become famous on Mello Mike’s site: http://mellomikeswolfcreekcamper.blogspot.hu Where he took the Blue Ribbon in the contest. http://mellomikeswolfcreekcamper.blogspot.hu/2013/06/and-winner-of-2013-roadrunner-photo.html   Here … Continue reading

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The Elusive Pyrrhuloxia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrrhuloxia This is the fellow that was keeping me company while I took pictures of the cows last week.  He would hold still long enough for me to swing the camera his way, then he was off like a shot before … Continue reading

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He’ll Be a Bull Someday

Just at “pretty light” time yesterday, four or five adults and two precious babies came to see what succulent cactus might be available to them. The mesquite trees are producing some seed pods now, too, so they are apparently quite … Continue reading

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Birthday Cows

It was a real treat today to have the cows wander by during the bright sun time of the day . . . they usually come at dusk, making photographing them less than optimal. I fancy that this one is … Continue reading

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