To a new domain. Introducing:
This summer has been full of work, travel, and just enough spare time to keep me sane. Which has, apparently, kept me away from the blog for more time than I’d prefer. Now that the season is coming to an end, I anticipate spending much more time here. I’ve come up with some wonderful recipes, but haven’t had the time to post them yet. I’ll be back to my regular scheduling within the next few days. Meanwhile, here’s a glimpse into what I’ve been doing this past month (hint: I went to Bar Harbor, ME.. or Bahhh Hahbah as it should be pronounced)….
Hi everyone! I just wanted to drop in for a quick life update.
It’s been a bit over a week since I’ve left the comforts of home for Kentucky, where we’ve had beautiful weather, amazing climbing, and wonderful food. Though I wasn’t able to pack my kitchen into the car, I’ve still been eating very well. We brought plenty of snacks to power us through long climbing days, which aren’t much different from what we eat at home. A huge bag of granola, oatmeal bars, dried fruit, nuts, and a surprise favorite, cumin carrot crackers, have been all we need to keep us going.
Dinner is always a much deserved treat. There have been many huge veggie and bean bowls topped with the requisite avocado, gomasio, and of course plenty of hot sauce. No hummus though which has been a bit of an adjustment. In spite of this, I am happily surviving. Actually, I take that back. We went to a charming, homey little restaurant last night called the red river rock house, where I was delighted to find freshly made hummus wraps packed full of homemade hummus and veggies, a black bean an mushroom burger ( so good!) and a bit of guacamole for good measure.
I’ll check back in before the trip is over with another update, and some pictures, too, if the Internet will cooperate for long enough to upload them.
Do you enjoy the outdoors? What are your favorite meals to cook when your out in the elements, or just away from your own kitchen?