Maple Rosemary Sous-Vide Turkey

Winter has arrived in Summit County. We have been getting feet on feet of snow! I am struggling to keep my plants alive in my little apartment. As for my eating habits, I am in winter-mode full swing. There have been a lot of potatoes and winter squash in my life. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I wanted to share a delicious Turkey recipe with all of you. I have been eating turkey quite a bit for the last few weeks, but somehow am still not sick of it! I have been playing around with my new SousVide Supreme also and have some delicious creations to share with you over the next few weeks.

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Asian Chicken Noodle Soup

The week after daylight savings is always a bit rough for me. As if preparing for the long, cold winter ahead wasn’t hard enough- now we have to watch the sun set before we eat dinner! It is easy to fall into the darkness and be bitter, but it is also easy to turn Bob Marley onto my Pandora (pretend I am on an island) and cook up some food that will make me smile. A positive outlook on the winter ahead is the only way to make it through!

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Sweet Potato Gnocchi w/ Sage Brown Butter

Summer has officially ended. There are no more leftover zucchinis lurking in my fridge, the cute little baby heirloom tomatoes are gone, and my herb plants have had enough. I just bought a new pair of snow boots, I added an extra blanket to our bed, and Arapahoe Basin has officially opened the white strip of death (this is when the ski hillĀ opens with only one run).

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Pork Green Chile

It is officially soup season. The tops of the mountains have had a dusting of snow for some time now, my windshield is frosted over each morning and I’ve busted out the crock pot. I love making soup; there is so much room for creativity and experimentation. It is also a great way to use up leftover groceries that may be going bad.

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