We're a little late (or early depending on how you look at it) for this month's Rumbly Tummy. You see, we've been busy as a beaver, a term which typically refers to the dam building habits of large, semi-aquatic rodents with flat, capable tails, but which here refers to hanging out with Mallory's parents, going to Kennywood (Pittsburg's oldest amusement park), jumping on trampoline's and screaming while sliding down water slides in an indoor water park with a certain niece an
We have finally exited the Southwest for the Midwest, but before we keep heading southward to Florida, we thought we would reminisce on the delicious fare we indulged in while heading through that sunny-scape at our backs. Particularly, the Hatch Green Chile. As we left our friends in Tubac, AZ (a mystical sort of place near the border), they sent us off full and happy and with a well wish to visit Hatch, New Mexico on our way to Taos. The smell of chiles greeted us as we
Happy Kickstarter Day! Listen, we aren't experts on anything. Just ask us. But since we were so close to our southern friends' border, and really wanted an alliteration for Kickstarter, we decided to pick up some foods we have generally only found local to the Southwest. Which is how we ended up here, informing you on how to cook cactus when we are doing it for the first time. But it worked out for us, and we hope it fills your belly as you click the "donate" button on ou
It's Monday morning and we are parked in the Wall Drug parking lot, just outside the Badlands in South Dakota. The dogs and I just howled like coyotes in our excitement of the cold weather and the celebration of the end of another long weekend of fun, but tiring, shows. Scott is doing an inventory of our refrigerator, pulling the nearly too-far-gone tomatoes and the wilting cabbage out, "The radish green and radishes on the bottom right should probably go," I say. "Ooooh,"