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Honey Sourdough Dinner Rolls

Nov 11th, 2022
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Chapter 8 of Dishroom Blunders

There are few side dishes that are as comforting on a cold winter day as a soft, warm dinner roll. When made right, they're fluffy and a touch sweet on the inside with a thin, crispy shell.

Reflections

Oct 6th, 2022
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Chapter 21 of Nomad Life

Between March 1, 2021 and May 22, 2022, Shelby, Skutull, and I traveled to 26 states and 13 countries, a journey that covered 35,000 miles by car, train, plane, and boat. We crossed the Atlantic twice, once via air and another by the sea. The places we called home ranged from studio apartments in dense cities to farmhouses in the countryside, which were nestled amongst an array of deserts, beaches, mountains, forests, swamps, and pastures.

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Colorful Colorado

Oct 5th, 2022
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Chapter 20 of Nomad Life

Throughout our entire nomadic journey starting in March 2021, my favorite place to live was a toss up between New York City and Ljubljana. So when we found ourselves back in NYC at the end of our cruise, we decided to stay a night and explore our old haunts.

The Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Sep 30th, 2022
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Chapter 19 of Nomad Life

In May 2022, we took a seven-day transatlantic cruise from Southampton, England to New York City. This cruise is both the only remaining transatlantic crossing still in operation and the only way to transport a dog between North America and Europe without flying them.

Peach Thyme Pulled Pork

Sep 18th, 2022
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Chapter 7 of Dishroom Blunders

I grew up in Colorado and nothing feels like the impending transition from summer to autumn more than the height peach season. My wife and I typically buy peaches by the box to freeze, can, jam, and put on almost every meal we eat.

Smoked Wings

Sep 5th, 2022
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Chapter 6 of Dishroom Blunders

When the days are hot and sunny here in Colorado during the summer, I try to use our grill every day to get some extra time outside. While I enjoy slow smoking ribs or a pork butt, my most successful meat smoking to date has been chicken wings.

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