I love to use my Garlic Gourmay spices and seasonings when I cook Dinner, for myself ,or at one of my many culinary adventures. I keep them handy on the counter in my kitchen. They really provide a depth of flavor , not found in many spices. This year I traveled ,and cooked in North Dakota at the oil field man camps ,and was in Alaska twice, at a small fishing lodge in the bush. My Garlic Gourmay spices and seasonings ,were always in my luggage ,because they provide great flavor, to all of my many signature dishes.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
I was excited to smoke my bird this year in the Green Mountain Grill , for the first time. I am happy to be on the Pro Staff of Green Mountain Grills ,and am learning more and more about the quality finished product,that I end up with every time I put my Green Mountain Grill to work. The turkey was perfection ,to say the least . Moist ,juicy ,and very flavorful , from the quality 3 wood pellet blend that Green Mountain Grills sells.
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Thursday, November 15, 2012
I have always loved a good parade . Redmond is a very patriotic town ,and I am a proud resident . The area shows a lot of support for the local soldiers of all branches, of the military ,and our local police, and firefighters.
Monday, November 12, 2012
I love a cool looking knife,and this Kershaw CRYO is really cool. The Titanium Carbo-Nitride Coating on the blade and handle, and the 8CR13MOV steel , made blade and handle, really make this knife, something special. I love the SpeedSafe system, by KERSHAW ,and the frame lock, on the blade. It has a nice balance , and feels good in my hand . I have been using this knife as my everyday carry knife ,for a while now ,and it really keeps a great sharp edge. I never know what I will have to use this knife for next , but I keep it on my person , because I know it will do the job ,when I need it most.
I was on an elk hunt, with a friend, in Eastern Oregon. We decided to stay out in the woods all day,and cook a hot lunch there. It was to much time wasted, to go back to camp. 30 miles of bouncy, gravel roads. I said, lets take my Camp Chef single burner butane stove ,it cooks up a storm. We would load the cooler with food, in the darkness ,before we left camp . When my friend came out of the woods , after a hard morning hunt, I would cook us up a hot breakfast, in a jiffy.