Monthly Archives: May 2017

Spicy Sriracha Tuna Salad

“Sandwich!!! Sandwich!!!” I’m chasing my dog down a mountain trail and it sounds like I’m confused if she is actually a dog or a Sriracha Tuna Sandwich. I’m yelling these words frantically at her as I race down the mountain after this little hooligan and run as fast as my tired hikers legs will carry …

Alaska, Day Two; Exploring a Glacier and a Sudden Hail Storm in Talkeetna

Alaska was the vacation of a life time.  The memories made on this two week vacation will be some I will never, ever forget. Our first full day in Talkeetna Alaska we woke up to bright Alaska sunshine reflecting off of one million mosquitoes. Jenny made us some fluffy yet crispy pancakes, and Steven fried …

How Can Sourdough Starter Make Your Spring Baking Sensational?

To some people sourdough might just be a slightly sour white bread or possibly an almost forgotten story about the gold rush years in California. It doesn’t mater how many times you have been to that famous wharf in San Francisco, once you have made your own sourdough starter from scratch it blows your mind …

How not to get Airlifted Out of a Slot Canyon

I’m sure if you asked anyone in our family who had the biggest chance of ending up on the news or having to be airlifted/rescued out of a dangerous canyon at night they would say it would me. You don’t spend your days hiking to the tallest peaks in southern California and tumbling down some …

Coconut Chutney Rice with Sun Dried Tomatoes

On a snowy afternoon in a mountain ski town you need a warm or maybe even medium spicy meal to invigorate your senses. Indian food is the absolute best thing on a snowy winters day. Plain rice is fine with any great spicy Indian meal but my take on plain rice, Coconut Chutney Rice with …