We’re finally making it up north, and out of Texas! No offense to Texas, but I was really stoked to get out of that heat. I just wasn’t ready for that kind of business. This trip was a loooooong, long trip from Texas, up through Oklahoma,then through Kansas, and into Colorado – a total of a whopping 878 miles. We started out super early from Ft. Work with no breakfast, and got on the road quick. We went straight north on I-35 to Oklahoma City before we got a hankering for lunch and to pick up some local craft beers. We did a Yelp search, and found Byrons Liquor Warehouse, which had a large selection! We acquired F5 IPA from Coop Ale Works, and Polar Night Stout from Roughtail Brewing Company – both excellent Oklahoma offerings.
I promised you a cantaloupe recipe last week, and here it is, man! These prosciutto wrapped melon balls are super easy to make, but have that definite “WOW” factor. They also happen to be super delicious!
Have you ever felt palpable magick in the air around you? Have you ever felt the delicious grounding feeling you get when you stand barefoot in the dirt, wiggling your toes? Well, I didn’t wiggle my toes in the sand because I had my Doc Marten’s on, but I could feel it. I could feel the abundance of super-life on Joe Del Bosque’s farm. The sky was clear, with this electric blue that was ENERGIZED!
On this trip, we decided to leave a few things to chance, and Fort Worth was one such place. There’s this service that I found through Gala Darling, which allows you to find “Bed and Breakfasts” in whatever city you’re visiting. We looked up a place, and found the cutest spot!
This recipe is an easy one, I promise! It’s true that oftentimes the simple things are the best things in life. We metalled up these unassuming skewers with a cool name, and a super easy spicy balsamic vinaigrette. Cut up your veggies, impale them on your skewers, slather them with the vinaigrette, and pop ‘em on the grill while you listen to Amon Amarth.