Reuben Quesadilla

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The first time I tried a reuben sandwich was in college. I remember thinking there was no way my love for sauerkraut would ever transfer to sandwich form, but I gave it a try anyway. I realized a couple things … Read More

My Appalachian Grands Adventure

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The Appalachian Trail is a remarkable place to experience nature. A place for stunning views, wonderful food and a wide variety of activities. In this post I’m going to highlight some of the grand hotels that are located along the … Read More

My Honey Glazed Ham

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Honey glazed ham is a fun dish to make because you can create different takes on classic, according to your tastes. This recipe is something that I came up with one day because I wanted to enjoy the smoky flavor … Read More

BBQ Ground Turkey and Lentils

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Barbecue turkey and lentils are easy and fairly healthy (minus the sugar from the barbecue sauce.) I say that it’s healthy because you’re using a lean protein (ground turkey) and a natural grain (lentils) to make a tasty dish. The … Read More

Clams and Linguine

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Clams and linguine is a wonderful and light recipe for the spring. It was one of the first things that I cooked when I graduated college and moved into my first apartment. I wanted to prove that I could cook … Read More

Many Glacier Hotel

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The rocky mountains of Montana surround you. They tower high above. A cool breeze off Swiftcurrent Lake fills your lungs. You exhale the crisp morning air back to nature. It’s better than a morning coffee, it’s refreshing. This is how … Read More