Proscuitto Wrapped Melon Balls

Prosciutto Wrapped Melon Balls, cantaloupe, balsamic vinegar, prosciutto, fresh mozzarella
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!


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How To Cut Up A Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe Farm, Organic, Joe Del Bosque

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!


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USA Road Trip #4: Running With The Bulls

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!
Air BnB, Fort Worth, Texas, Bed and Breakfast
I mean, how cute is this?!?!


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Impaled Veggies

Veggie Skewers, peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, vegetarian, vegan

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.


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USA Road Trip #3: Welcome To The Land Of Beer & Honey

512 Brewery
Another early mornin’ out of Odessa, Texas with bellies still full with Asado from the night before. The drive to Austin was not bad – a mere 332 miles, which meant just over 5 hours. Not being hungry at all, we set out quickly, and arrived at Jester King Brewery a little past noon-time! This was the most beautiful trip by far. Besides the fracking reservoirs, the land was lush, and cattle were everywhere. We were swept through rolling hills, wild-flower covered shoulders, and rustic log fences. It. Was. Beautiful.

Texas Country Wildflowers and Bees


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