Cool Stuff – Recipes
“Breakfast Popsicles”

I’m excited to share my latest recipe for Breakfast Popsicles with you all on a new lifestyle website called LifeZette. You’ll be able to read my regular tips and recipes, and watch my video tutorials there every month. First up is this healthy, easy recipe that will keep the whole family cool this summer. Read the full recipe HERE.      

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“Flower, Berry & Herb Studded Ice Cubes”

I’ll be on the P. Allen Smith show in the next week. He is one of my favorite people and I had such a great time. It plays at different times in different markets but you can check your local listings at: www.pallensmith.com/television/station-guide. We did everything from making exotic fruit bowl vases, to making my recipe for Bacon Micheladas, to my technique for making berry, flower and herb studded ice cubes.  Here is […]

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“Braised Wild Boar”

I have a new friend named Roy who has been kind enough to share a lot of delicious wild game meat with me lately. It has given me a chance to experiment with all kinds of new recipes, and this is one that I am excited to share with you. Wild boar is one of my favorite wild game meats, it can be turned into so many heavenly recipes. This […]

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“Omission Beer Michelada with Candied Beer Bacon”

Micheladas are a very popular drink here in Austin. I remember when I was first introduced to one it sort of blew my mind, it was all of the savory spicy things I loved paired with my favorite refreshing beer. I was recently introduced to a beer that I’m kind of crazy about so I’ve been playing around with it in all of my recipes too and I decided it […]

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“Baked Apples Stuffed with KIND Healthy Grains Clusters”

I made a seriously delicious recipe over the weekend and you must make it immediately. Lately I’ve been experimenting with KIND Healthy Grains Clusters, which have five super grains in them, including quinoa, millet, and gluten free oats. I first started working with KIND products last year when they sponsored the gift bags at my Adventure Getaways. I had come across the brand often in airports in my busy travel […]

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“Indian Spiced Venison Stew”

For those of you who witnessed me butcher an axis deer in my last post, I decided to reward the brave with a little something special. My Indian Spiced Venison Stew recipe. Since axis deer come from the tropics of India, I included many Indian spices–such as garam masala–that pair perfectly with the venison. Not to mention, pan-frying all of the ingredients in coconut oil adds a richness and a unique flavor. Although this recipe has a […]

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“Thanksgiving Leftover Bites”

One of my favorite parts of the Thanksgiving meal is the leftovers for several days after. These Thanksgiving leftover bites are a perfect way to combine the sublime combination of stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and turkey into one compact appetizer sized bite. The recipe is infinitely scalable so can be increased depending on how many leftovers you have. And it is also versatile which means you can put pieces […]

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“Video: Riceland Venison Risotto”

I’m exited to show you one of my favorite recipes on video. It’s a delicious recipe for venison risotto using Riceland rice. And if you don’t have venison, so many other proteins work wonderfully! Watch the video and follow along And come see me at Riceland’s Wings Over the Prairie festival in Stuttgart, Arkansas on November 29th where I’ll be cooking live!

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“Pumpkin Bourbon Soup”

Texas is finally cold, and I’m ready to get cozy with a bowl filled with warm soup. But you know what would be better? A pumpkin full of warm soup. It’s just that much more awesome. This soup is full of fall flavors and beautiful in color. And to make you feel even cozier, I added a splash of bourbon. Let’s do this! To make this you will need: 2 small pumpkins 1 teaspoon […]

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“Three Cheese Pumpkin Lasagna”

I’ve been on a pumpkin kick lately. ‘Tis the season, after all.  Enter–pumpkin, lasagna, full of herbs and tangy cheese and caramelized onions. Give this dish a try while pumpkin is still in season. It could very well replace your traditional lasagna, and even when pumpkin isn’t at your fingertips, swap in butternut squash. Here goes… To make the lasagna, you’ll need the following ingredients: 12 cooked lasagna noodles (you’ll […]

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