Post Archives from the ‘iPhone Photography’ Category

Of apples and horses (and cows)

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

20140520-090806-32886690.jpg Daisy Jane, 3 week old Jersey-Guernsey cross, insisting that ALL PHOTOS MUST BE OF HER ALONE. But what if it's a killer storm? And the wind is screaming? Some apples must fall in severe thunderstorms. The good storms, the loud storms, the ones with the wind howling and pushing everything Continue reading the story "Of apples and horses (and cows)"

Bacon Guacamole



My inspiration for this recipe came as I was sitting in my living room watching tv. No joke. This weekend, I was watching a show about Kevin Bacon and his family tree. I also happened to be wishing I had some guacamole. I know. See where this is going, don't you? Thinking about how cool the last name Continue reading the story "Bacon Guacamole"

Simple Buttery GF Basil-Parm Roasted Garlic Pasta



Anellini pasta. Isn't it cute? Today, I am sharing a buttery gluten free pasta recipe with you. But first? Let me tell you about my kitchen screw up last night. Sometimes things just go wrong. Very very wrong. I spent hours yesterday preparing dinner for my family. I was pretty proud, as I've developed a cold since returning Continue reading the story "Simple Buttery GF Basil-Parm Roasted Garlic Pasta"

Quick glimpse of my weekend through food (of course)


Spending the weekend in Chicago for the Nourished Food Blogger Conference and the Gluten Free Allergy Free Expo, I've had some incredible food (that has all happened to be gluten free as well, yay!). Here is a quick view of my experience, in photos. Fried Gluten Free Mozzarella Wedges from Da Luciano's

20120415-092729.jpg Gluten Free Bruschetta from Da Luciano's
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How To Make Butter Using a Mixer



Good morning! I am busy doing my last-minute preparations for the Nourished Food Blogger Conference and the Gluten & Allergen Free Expo later this week, but I wanted to post this easy basic how-to on making butter. Now, I realize that I'm not reinventing the wheel here, but my How-To Basic posts seem to consistently be Continue reading the story "How To Make Butter Using a Mixer"

In Defense of the Lowly Dandelion


*NOTE: I originally wrote much of this February 26, 2009 as a note on my personal Facebook page. Today just seems like a great day to share it here, with you all. I hope you enjoy it! WEED. Pronunciation: ˈwēd Function: noun Date: before 12th century 1 a (1) : a plant that is not valued where it is growing and is usually of vigorous growth; especially : Continue reading the story "In Defense of the Lowly Dandelion"

My 1920s Upright Piano


20120405-082223.jpgWhen I was a girl, I loved to play piano. In elementary school my parents bought a used piano for me to practice on. Found in a newspaper ad at a reasonable price of $250 and kept in someone's finished basement in Great Falls Montana, I absolutely fell in love with it. I mean, come on. It had been Continue reading the story "My 1920s Upright Piano"

Texas Bluebonnets


Rural Roadside Randomness



cashew butter chocolate strawberry bites


20120124-143549.jpg Press cashew butter (Mmmm...cashew butter=new favorite food) into small cups. Pour melted chocolate chips into the center. Place chopped strawberries atop the chocolate. All gluten free, of course. Enjoy!

1 spoon of cashew butter for each "bite" 1 tablespoon melted GF chocolate chips for each "bite" 2 strawberries, quartered, for each "bite"