It is amazing to me to ride up Emigration Canyon. Everytime we ride up the canyon I think of the Mormon Pioneers who traveled this way in wagons and handcarts over very...
Cafe Rio Salads at HomeLast Updated on 2013-03-29 00:00:00
It took me a while to find ALL the Cafe' Rio Salad Recipes online. I found one or two recipes here and there but no one has yet put them all in one place...until now! So now you can make the whole salad all from one blog post!
Cafe Rio is Mexican-style restaurant chain located primarily in the Western United States with locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Maryland, Montana, Utah, Virginia, Idaho, and Wyoming. The menu is inspired from the Rio Grande Valley regions of Northern Mexico, Texas and New Mexico. The Cafe' Rio Salad is their signature dish! You can have it with Pork, Beef or Chicken. All three are amazing, but I highly recomend the Sweet Pork Barbacoa!
Sweet Pork Barbacoa
2 pounds pork (I like to use the pork butt – my butcher concurs)
2 cans Coke (NOT... More »
Emigration CanyonLast Updated on 2012-09-02 00:00:00
It is amazing to me to ride up Emigration Canyon. Everytime we ride up the canyon I think of the Mormon Pioneers who traveled this way in wagons and handcarts over very rough, mountainous terrain. Today we travel up to the summit on our Harley in minutes on a paved road.
We can even stop for breakfast at Ruth's Diner which has some of the best gourmet diner food anywhere around! This little dining gem was featured on Drive Ins, Diners and Dives with Guy Fieri on the Food Network. Here is the featured recipe, Grandma Claire's Macaroni and Cheese.
Ruth’s Diner is located in historic Emigration Canyon, being the second oldest operating restaurant in Utah provides a rich history of great service and good food. The canyon location provides beautiful large creek side patios with spectacular views in the summer and a warm comfortable escape in the... More »
What is Your Anchor?Last Updated on 2010-11-28 00:00:00Today in Sacrament Meeting the subject of the talks were "What is your Gospel Anchor?" What is the principle that is your "go to" principle when things get tough for you?. How to you steady yourself in a storm and keep yourself on course when things are hard? Is it prayer? What about music? Do you turn to the scriptures? Where do you turn first and why?
Please take a few minutes and share with the family what you do to drop anchor when things are the roughest for you?
Burchetta with Tomato & BasilLast Updated on 2010-07-13 00:00:00Baugette Bread
2-3 Tomatoes, diced
Bunch of Basil, chopped
1-2 Garlic Cloves, minced
Salt & Pepper to Taste
Slice bread diagonally and brush with olive oil. Broil until golden brown just before serving.
In a bowl add diced tomatoes, about 1-2 tablespoons of basil, cloves, salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil. Toss and serve on toasted bread. More »
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