The Blinker first appeared in Patrick Gavin Duffy's The Official Mixer's Manual (1934).
Dominguez Canyon is part of the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area south of Grand Junction, Colorado.
I found The Algonquin in my copy of Vintage Sprits and Forgotten Cocktails.
It is a bit of a stretch to call the Young’s Peak Trail a hike. It is not very long, but that isn't the issue. It is very steep, but that isn't really a factor either.
The Scofflaw was created in Harry's Bar in Paris in 1924, mocking the silly 18th Amendment to the U.S.
We have a friend, well, truth be told we have several friends, but this particular friend comes from a family that has lived and ranched in the Roaring Fork Valley for generations.
When we first moved to Portland we were a little dismayed that all of the campgrounds near Portland were always crowded.
Can one have too many mustards? I think not. This was simple, tasty recipe that I found somewhere on the interwebs, but I can't recall where.
I love a good ciabatta, be it roll or loaf. A roast beef sandwich on a ciabatta elevates a pedestrian sandwich to a culinary delight.
Jambalaya day is always a good day! The key, in my opinion is really good andouille sausage, and Otto's Sausage Kitchen in Portland, has really good andouille sausage.
Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern breakfast dish of Tunisian Moroccan Jewish decent. It is basically a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions, often spiced with cumin.
The Manhattan is the classic rye whiskey drink. There are many stories as to the origin of the drink, but I think we can safely say that it was invented in New York circa 1860.