57th Fighter Group

57th Fighter Group

  The DeKalb County Airport in Atlanta, is home to one of our favorite restaurants in the world.   The 57th Fighter Group makes you feel like you just stepped on to a WWII movie set, complete with a farmhouse, planes and replicas from the era, as well as the  live entertainment of the runway just a few feet from where you sit dining. The pilot of […]

Leafy Sea Dragons and Coke

Leafy Sea Dragons and Coke

  Do you know Beverly?  She’s a little soda from Italy that visitor’s at the World of Coke in Atlanta, Georgia always find a bit brash and….well…not tasty.  But I have skipped ahead so let’s go back.  Downtown Atlanta has several great places for families to see, and the other day we spent the afternoon touring […]

Blue Cheese Dressing

Blue Cheese Dressing

Do you ever just stand there at the grocery store and stare at the umpteen salad dressings and hem and haw over what looks the most natural and fresh?  If you are like me, you have realized that sometimes making dressing is just the only way to truly enjoy a special meal. Well, yesterday was Father’s Day so […]

Junk and Scraps Hanging Rack

Junk and Scraps Hanging Rack

Occasionally, Greg and I visit thrift stores and when we find something that sparks an idea, we throw it in the truck and turn it into something…Sometimes that something ends up being a big hit!  This is one of those things.  We picked up some old CD racks and VIOLA!  Today, we had fun planting […]

The Colorado Peach

The Colorado Peach

    Road Trip!!!  We all know how much I love Greece, but believe me when I say that America is truly a wonder. Being that I was born in Colorado and hubby was born in Georgia, its really no surprise that discussions of peaches are common in our household.  Usually, while rolling along the highway […]

The Daly Mansion

The Daly Mansion

Bison, Huckleberries, Geysers, Glaciers, Camping and Fly Fishing…..A few of the things that tend to pop in one’s mind when someone suggests a visit to Montana.  Did you know, however, that Montana has a rich history involving Copper?  One of the most beautiful places to visit while traveling through the Bitterroot Valley of Montana is The Daly Mansion.  […]

Summer Rocket and Tomato Salad

Summer Rocket and Tomato Salad

SUMMER!  Farmers Markets.  Swimming Pools. Picnics. Fun. Fun. Fun.  Is there anything better than sitting outside on a dock with some friends watching the sun set?  Well, here is a super dish to take with you just about anywhere!  A fresh succotash of sorts, or maybe a medley.  I have been really into arugula lately […]

Mycenae

Mycenae

The Tomb of Clytemnestra This is it…the last little peek inside our two month journey in Ancient Greece!  But don’t fret because I have put it all together in one great book, “I’ll Take the Stairs” (available at blurb.com) for all you adventurous people out there who want to know about travel in Greece.   Another […]

Spears and Hearts Flatbread

Spears and Hearts Flatbread

Mimosa, anyone?  That’s exactly what I thought with when biting into this delicious Flatbread with Goat Cheese, Asparagus and Artichoke Hearts Sunday morning! Too bad I didn’t actually have any orange juice and champagne at the moment… But seriously, this is really such a great weekend Brunch item for that Bridal Shower or Easter Brunch you are hosting or as an appetizer at […]

Cowboy Steak Ciabatta Burgers

Cowboy Steak Ciabatta Burgers

It was a fine Saturday afternoon here in The Bitterroot Valley and  I was totally in the mood for a messy juicy burger, but not really in the mood to light any charcoal (because that would require a trip to the store) and definitely not interested in shaping meat into patties.  Let’s make a Steak Burger….Grab […]

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