There is not much better than freshly cooked potstickers. The yin and yang of crunchy and soft- packed full of flavor… yes, please. It may sound counter intuitive to sear the potstickers then add water, but it works! This pork potsticker recipe is a favorite in our household. They take a little time to make, but are so worth it.
I can’t believe that I almost forgot to share this recipe before the Holidays. For all you last-minute folks, you are in luck! Even though I have only been to Red Lobster once, the memory of the Cheddar Bay Biscuits will never leave my mind. They were the best biscuit I had ever had. After talking about them with Ben, I decided there had to be a copycat recipe out there- and go figure- there was!
This summer has been gorgeous, but this last month has been so rainy here! The good news is that my garden is getting so big and I have been getting tons of kale and lettuce out already. There is something special about growing your own food. Even with some rainy days, I seem to crave light, fresh food in the summer.
Isn’t summertime just the best? I recently bought a SUP board and have been LOVING taking it out on Lake Dillon during these warm, sunny days. While temperatures around the country have been at record highs, Summit County has had a couple weeks of nice 70-80 degree weather. It doesn’t get much better than that.
I have to say that poke might be the best thing about Hawaii. I ate SO much poke when I lived there. Since being back in the mountains, I hardly have eaten it at all. Until recently. Ben and I are trying a Pescatarian diet, so we have been trying to find new ideas for meals. Now I am hooked again. This recipe is SO easy and SO delicious. This is great for lunch by itself or for dinner served with cilantro-lime rice.
We survived the Holidays! Sorry I have been MIA for a while. The Holidays are the busiest time of the year for a Catering Liaison; but we survived and are now enjoying the normal chaos of ski season in the mountains. There hasn’t been much snow, but it has been pretty cold! We have been eating a lot of comfort food, but are still trying to balance it with healthier options.
What a crazy summer it has been! I recently took point on our catering program at Whole Foods Market in Frisco, CO. It has been steadily growing and I am so excited for what is in store. Next week, we are going to be providing food for the Pro Challenge bike race when it is in Summit County. After that, I am going to start seasonal tasting events and cooking classes!
I cannot get enough of all the delicious stone fruit that is in season! I have been buying cherries for almost a month straight. It has had me daydreaming about having my own fruit trees and big vegetable gardens… Someday! For now I will obsess over my tiny patch in front of my apartment. I have harvested two whole green beans and a good amount of snow peas. My carrots, kale, mixed greens and broccoli are well on their way though!