28 February 2019

Throwback Thursday!

28 FEBRUARY 2014

Tucson's Inter-galactic visitors?

In an entire beautiful blue sky filled with thin, scattered clouds this big fluffy one traveling all alone caught my eye. Cleverly disguised visitors from a distant star? Or just another beautiful Tucson sky?

27 February 2019

Gnarly ancient tree photograph?

Well this tree in Saguaro East National Park has certainly been around for awhile but this "old photo" effect was done by the photographer. Beautiful, isn't it?

Photo courtesy of Ken Wilcox. 

24 February 2019

Catalinas Crested with Snow

The snow has stopped falling but the beautiful Catalina Mountains to the north are still blanked with snow - gorgeous!

Photo courtesy of Ken Wilcox.

21 February 2019

Still Good Advice~

21 FEBRUARY 2012

Spring seating ~

If you want the quickest way possible to perk up a drab patio & yard, add some of these colorful plastic chairs for a cheerful lift! Spring will be here before you know it so get ready for those patio parties and say "Welcome" with a chair bouquet.

20 February 2019

Local Tucson Taste ~ Chef Ryan Clark





Chef Ryan Clark
ryan@chefryanclark.com | chefclark.com

MISO ROASTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS



INGREDIENTS:


4 cups brussels sprouts, halved, stem removed
8 cloves of garlic, halved
4 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp miso paste
2 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp rice wine vinegar
1 tbsp dijon mustard
1/2 lemon, zested
salt and pepper as needed




DIRECTIONS:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

In a medium mixing bowl toss the brussels sprouts and garlic with the olive oil and salt and pepper. Spread out on a baking sheet and roast in the oven for 12-15 minutes until caramelized and tender.

While the brussels sprouts are roasting add the remaining ingredients into the mixing bowl and mix to combine to make the miso glaze.

Once the brussels sprouts are roasted and still hot add them into the mixing bowl and coat with the miso glaze by stirring until evenly dispersed. Serve immediately.


16 February 2019

Durable Desert Dwellers ~


Two of our desert dwellers are captured here - the frisky and engaging little antelope ground squirrel and the barrel cactus.
Photo courtesy of Ken Wilcox.