The Internet Kitchen: The Bells


The Internet Kitchen: The Bells

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Betsy and I are doing some hiking this weekend with Porter the Wonderdoodle. We decided to take a short trip over to the Maroon Bells also known as “The Most Photographed Spot in Colorado.”

I don’t think we’ll do a very intense hike just because Porter gets pretty tired after three or four miles. This may be because while we walk 3 miles, he runs circles around us and probably covers more like 9 miles.

Getting out for a hike on a Saturday morning is one of my favorite parts of living in Colorado so far. It’s a great way to kind of decompress from the week and get some exercise.

The local butcher I have here carries a lot of wild game.

I want to cook some up this week. You pick though.

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And a few links!

Making Steak Tartare – One of Betsy’s favorite appetizers is steak tartare. Some people are pretty freaked out by the idea of ordering what is essentially raw beef, but if it’s prepared correctly with quality ingredients, it’s perfectly safe. I think you might see this on Macheesmo fairly soon. (@ Ruhlman)

Unstoppable Father’s Day Recipes – A great roundup of some good treats to make this weekend for Father’s Day. I think my Pops would really like the bacon scones… Gentle reminder: Sunday is Father’s Day! (@ Ezra Pound Cake)

Chocolate Covered Brownie Ice Cream Sandwich – It’s a mouthful! Both to say and eat. But man does it look good. I’m a sucker for a good ice cream sandwich. (@ Good Life Eats)

The Mascarpone Experiment – A fascinating write up on experimenting with homemade mascarpone cheese. Spoiler alert: The final version looks pretty amazing. (@ Purple Foodie)

Have a great weekend everyone!

Photo by Colorado Luis.

3 Responses to “The Internet Kitchen: The Bells” Leave a comment

  1. That picture is so pretty- it doesn't even look real. Are you planning on taking any pics while you are there? I would love to see one in your daily snap :)

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