Category: Eat’n

  • Pizzaiolo


    2013: The Year of the Pizza I decided at the beginning of the year that this year I would finally overcome my pizza block. I have never been able to make a pizza that I have been happy with. I have always just blamed the oven. You see the temperature in a “real” pizza oven […]

  • Cinnadoodles


    There is an incredible food blogger here in Salt Lake City. I lifted my recipe for my cinnadodles from them. Here is the link for their recipe from Two Peas and their Pod (link). Now I’m a little thick and didn’t understand what cinnamon chips were. Therefore, I used about 1/2 cup of red hots […]

  • Cheddar Cornbread Waffles and Tri-Chile

    Cheddar Cornbread Waffles and Tri-Chile

    We got 20 inches of snow over the weekend.  Perfect weather to just stare out the window with a warm bowl of chili in your hands. I know this is weak food photography. But I wanted to get the post up while it was fresh. Tri-Chile I have been working on my chili recipe for […]

  • Watermelon-Lime Jelly

    Watermelon-Lime Jelly

    I don’t know where this came from but one day I just started obsessing about making this jelly. A run up to Logan and down Fruit Highway and I started the process. Day 1: I found out that I didn’t use a big enough pan. Watermelon-Lime Jelly Honestly this is a work in process. This […]

  • Dilly-Beans


    These were the best!! 2 1/2 cup vinegar 2 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup pickling salt Per every 1/2 pint 1/4 tsp dill seed 1/4 tsp celery seed 2 cloves garlic 1 hot pepper sliced

  • Ensalada Caprese

    Ensalada Caprese

    It’s the end of summer that means two of the greatest things are happening. Tomatoes are starting to ripen and the temperatures are starting to drop. Both fabulous thing on my book. I found fresh hand pulled mozzarella cheese at Harmon’s grocery here in Salt Lake. This was some amazingly great cheese. I decided that […]

  • Boys Camp

    Boys Camp

    Christy and Chey went to girls camp this week. Yes, I missed them horribly. But we managed to still have a little fun and even get down in the dirt a little, some of us more than other. Logan sure enjoyed the having complete access to the sling shot. He was able to get fairly […]

  • Banh Mi

    Banh Mi

    I was a faithful watcher of the Food Networks Great Food Truck Race. They had a Sandwich Truck that was making these amazing looking Vietnamese sandwiches called a Bahn Mi. They looked amazing and very nearly won the whole competition. I was right this is one of the greatest sandwiches I have ever had!! For […]

  • Balsamic-Honey Glazed Steak

    Balsamic-Honey Glazed Steak

    I have been a complete slacker on the blogging front.  So just to have something on my main page other than my twitter archives I thought that I would put up what I made for Christy for Mother’s Day. While this I used this for steak it would equally rock on any other protein: chicken, fish, pork, […]

  • Corned Beef and Cabbage

    Corned Beef and Cabbage

    Ok so you all know by now that there has never been a food holiday that I don’t love. Heck I even choose what team to cheer for during the Super Bowl based on which city’s food is better. So it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that come March I start stocking up on […]