After filling up on mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving, scalloped potatoes are a great way to change it up for your Christmas dinners. This is a relatively simple recipe, but can take some time if you do it entirely the old fashioned way. Therefore, let’s get a little modern with this vintage recipe and use a mandolin. There’s no need to sit and slice all of those potatoes by hand when you have one, and they’re fun to use. Here’s a couple of cooking tips Continue reading Scalloped Potatoes
Here’s some footage of our 2012 Christmas tree hunt. The spot we like to go to didn’t have any snow this year, but the weather was still awesome. It was a pretty muddy back-road due to the melt from the last snow. And yep – that’s our tree on the top of the truck. We do this each year and typically will use one of the day’s pictures for our Christmas card to family mem Continue reading Mud boggin’ the Christmas Bronco
After “The Truck“ was seen in the Christmas Hunt video blog, it’s time to give it a name. Let us know what you think or if you have an even better idea!