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Welcome to the mumblings, musings, and miscellaneous mixology adventures of yours truly!
For me- nights turn into days, and days to nights- and in between, I have visions of sugar plum bitters, and dancing garnishes in my head. 266 more words

Bitters

Cheesy Poblano Pepper and Potato Chowder

You know how there’s those nights when you just need comfort food?  It’s not a want or a desire… it’s a need.  Yesterday was the epitome of a “Monday”… nothing seemed to go right, we were under a high wind advisory and I spent the day chasing down grill covers that were blown off our patio, and wincing every time I heard another tree branch hit our roof.   738 more words

Recipes

Spicy Chicken Tortilla Soup

Thanks to Lauren Ann for sharing the post below!

Having a big pot of soup on hand during the cold fall days is just the best. 393 more words

Mains

Chile Powder

Makes about 1 cup of powder, depending on the size of the chiles

8 dried Pasilla / Ancho chiles
1 dried Mulato
1 dried Anaheim… 137 more words

Burnt Garlic and Ancho Chili Rice

I first met Liz at the Melbourne bloggers meet which took place a couple of months ago. We had interacted a couple of times on social media and through my blog and I came to know that Liz is an entrepreneur and runs ‘ 581 more words

Vegetarian

An exploration of self: Rajas con Crema

My father was born into a poor family in a small village outside of Puebla, Mexico.  My mother was born to two immigrants who hailed from Mexico (my grandmother) and Ecuador (my grandfather).   272 more words

Seattle Life

How Does My Garden Grow?

North Texas has more than one growing season and this year I wanted to take advantage of both of them. Mid June through late August it’s a matter of keeping vegetables and plants watered enough to keep them alive. 169 more words