Our Russian Dacha Visit on Kamchatka Peninsula

This is a photo of my darling chief culinary consultant and I while visiting Petropavlovsk, Russia in September. Petropavlousk is the only sizable city on Kamchatka Peninsula and home to over half the peninsula’s population.  The 776 mile long KAMCHATKA PENINSULA, westward from Alaska between the Sea of Okhotsk and the Bering Sea, is often … Read more

Garlic Panini Bread

Hi friends!  This is just a quickie post to telly you about these wonderful garlic crisps I made recently.  I bought a loaf of sourdough bread to use in making Ham and Fig Grilled Cheese Sandwiches.  They were wonderful.  But I had bread left over.  I really like the crispness of the bread made from … Read more

The Stretched Community: Unconditional Love

Today I have the honor of guest posting for Jon Stolpe  at jonstolpe.com. I have followed his blog for about a year now.  From the first moment I started reading his writing I was hooked.  Here is what Jon says about himself: “I’m The Stretched Blogger.  I’m a Christ-follower first and foremost, and I’m also … Read more