Savory . . . velvety . . . rich . . . are just some of the words that come to mind when describing this simple seafood paella recipe I made for Go RVing. If you’d like the recipe please visit Go RVing’s recipe blog here.
Oh and some exciting news — Go RVing is compiling their favorite RV Summer recipes in one (free) cookbook, and they need your help! Share a few of your favorites using the hashtag #RVCookbook on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for a chance to be featured!
~ Monica XO
It’s official. I am 44 years old. And for the record, I am very much enjoying my 40s. Living, loving, working, exploring, cooking, laughing, learning (always learning), being . . . it all seems to just get better with time. I am also much smarter than I was in my 30s, 20s, etc. Thank goodness.
My boys are good to me on my birthday, always have.
“Honey, what would you like to do for your birthday?” hubby asks . . .
“I’d like to go and visit our Airstream and spend the weekend with her,” I replied.
If you haven’t had the chance to visit Grayland Beach State Park along Washington’s coast, it is a trip that I highly recommend. There you are greeted with beautiful sites — some boast privacy, some are very spacious and all are within close proximity to trails that take you straight to the beach and ocean.
I had the honor to write about our recent trip to Grayland Beach State Park for GoRVing. There I shared our experiences of razor clamming for the first time along with catching Dungeness crab and enjoying starry nights.
Here is a direct link to my piece and I truly hope you enjoy it – and most of all, I hope it inspires you to find your Away :)
As always, thank you very much for being here :) xoxo
“How much longer daddy? Can you see Disney World? Can you see it???”
As a little girl, a child of of the 70’s, sitting in the backseat of my parents big brown Pontiac Le Mans, it was a guarantee that these questions of mine were routinely asked at precise intervals throughout entire road trips. This particular road trip was taking us from Dayton, Ohio to Florida – home to Walt Disney World. It was the summer of 1976.
Looking for a Salmon recipe that delivers both on the savory and sweet front? How about converting a picky seafood eater? I am telling you, this, THIS is the recipe :)
Please visit Go RVing’s food blog here for the recipe. I promise you won’t be disappointed!
~ Monica XO (thank you for being here and there!)
Happy shiny 2015 to you! Hubby, B, Oliver and I are wishing you only the best for 2015 and we hope that your hopes and dreams come true in this brand new year :)
We felt very fortunate to have been able to ring in the new year at the picturesque Thousand Trails campground in LaConner, Washington. Our site was #164 and has been proudly added to our “must return” list.
It’s a tradition to celebrate Christmas Eve at my brick and mortar home and have the Bennett family come over. As usual, my sister-in-law and I get wrapped up in heavy conversation about cooking, growing veggies, sewing and so much more. I simply adore her — she is such an inspiration.
Such an inspiration in fact that I could hardly wait to try a bread recipe that she’s been baking now for quite some time in her dutch oven at home. She made it sound so easy (she doesn’t even measure!) but the basic premise is baking bread at a high heat in the dutch oven as to replicate the “steaming” process that takes place in the higher end ovens found in fancy bakeries.
This loaf of bread you see below was my first attempt — I too did not measure and it came out delicious. But tonight as I sit here typing this, my home smells so Heavenly as I made a second loaf so I could measure my ingredients this time around and share the recipe with you.
The drive from Ketchum, Idaho to Jackson Hole, Wyoming was quite a long drive, but pleasant. We enjoyed the big skies and puffy clouds as well as landscapes that seemed to go on forever. We also spied some other Airstream’s during our trip which always ended in happy smiles and waves ♥