Category: Foodie Friday

Wildflyer Mead Co.

Mead is delicious and one of my favorite things to do while traveling is visit local mead, beer, or wine makers. Wildflyer is a new mead company outside of Navasota, TX and it is wonderful. We stopped in at the gift shop first and bought some wonderful honey and seeds to start a pollinator garden

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Cookbook: Expectation vs Reality

Keltin picked us up a new cook book and this one is specifically for camp cooking: The New Camp Cookbook: Gourmet Grub for Campers, Road Trippers, and Adventurers. I immediately found a recipe that I wanted to try: Blueberry Skillet Scones with Lemon Glaze. We were going camping the next weekend but I decided to

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DFW Restaurant Review: Windmills

I don’t typically review local restaurants but I feel like this one deserves it and with less travel its good to explore our own backyards. I have visited twice within the last month and the food has been incredible both times. If you are visiting North Texas I highly recommend checking out Windmills. Its an

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Elevating Simple Cooking

Good food makes life better but sometimes it is difficult to know what to do to add that extra flavor. There are healthy and unhealthy ways to add extra flavor. Lets go through a few! Unhealthy Adding extra butter, heavy creams, and bacon grease will provide that rich flavor to foods. Sometimes there is not

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Cardamom Bundt Cake with Lemon Glaze

I love trying new recipes in the kitchen. For savory dishes I pick and choose bits from various recipes or things I have tried before to make something new but baking is different. I am not a good enough baker to make up my own cake recipes so I test out ones that catch my

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Cowtown Brewing Co.

With the way that Ketlin and I take into Fort Worth we pass Cowtown Brewing Co. quite frequently. A couple of weeks ago we knew that bad weather was on the way so we decide to enjoy a beer on the patio before being stuck indoors for a week. See our Texas Snow Storm. The

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