Picture follow up.

As Austin said, we have been experimenting with some new recipes and have been very satisfied with our results. Here’s some pictures of our recent faves.

Yum, salads.
Yum, salads.
garlic, onions, and jalapeno.

The beginnings of our lettuce wrap filling: garlic, green onion, white onion, and jalapeno.

 

I've found the solution to onion induced crying. Swimming Goggles.

I've found the solution to onion-induced crying. Swimming Goggles.

Adding ground pork.

Adding ground pork.

 

Added PB and soy sauce to browned pork.

Added PB and soy sauce to browned pork.

 

Chopped Granny Smith to finish.

Chopped Granny Smith to finish.

 

The finished presentation.

The finished presentation.

Austin preparing to devour our PF Changs-like creation.

Austin preparing to devour our PF Changs-like creation.

Austin's first attempt at Sourdough bread... success!

Austin's first attempt at Sourdough bread... success!

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5 responses to “Picture follow up.

  • Michelle

    Seester…I need the lettuce wrap recipe and the bread recipe. They look delicious not to mention wonderfully healthy.
    You always said you would make homemade bread for sandwiches and cookies for dessert. You inspired me with the cookies, now I need to move onto bread.

  • Liz

    aww, I’m so proud of you guys! great pics! and lise, those goggles are genius!

  • Tarah

    i need the recipes as well. You can’t put pictures like that on here to tempt us and not follow it up with the full recipe!!!! That’s just cruel.

    Also…LOVE the goggle idea. you’re a genius, elise!!!

    Tarah

  • Aubrey

    Can y’all come and cook at my house?!? What delicious looking food!!

  • abrammajor

    onions don’t make you cry if your knife is sharp enough. the tears actually come from bruising the skin of the onion, so just sharpen your knife! i learned that from watching food network.

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