5 Year Blogiversary + The 2018 Reader Survey Results Are In!

The 2018 Survey Results are in! The survey results were uplifting and informative. These surveys help me to understand what you want to see and how to make this blog enjoyable and helpful to you. For the most part, you all like what’s been happening in The Mountain Kitchen and that makes me happy! | TheMountainKitchen.com

Happy February Friends! Before I share the 2018 Reader Survey results with you, I want to acknowledge the fact that this blog has reached a milestone. The Mountain Kitchen is celebrating it’s 5 Year Blogiversary! Also this month, David, His Royal Highness and I also celebrate the anniversary of our move into our new home here … Read More

Lebanese Maghmour – Moussaka of Lebanon {A Meatless Monday Recipe

Maghmour is a thick, velvety Lebanese vegetarian eggplant stew with chickpeas, garlic, onions, and tomatoes with a smoky, slightly spicy flavor. The Moussaka of Lebanon! | TheMountainKitchen.com

Jump to Recipe Print RecipeFor this Meatless Monday, I would like to introduce you to Lebanese Maghmour! What the heck is magmour, you ask? Good question! I wondered the same thing when I first came across this recipe. Maghmour is a thick, velvety Lebanese vegetarian eggplant stew with chickpeas, garlic, onions, and tomatoes with a … Read More

Spicy Chicken Poblano Stew with Polenta {or not so spicy…

Spicy chicken poblano stew with polenta puts a Mexican spin on Italian food. With only 389 calories per serving, this hearty weeknight dish is made of shredded chicken, stewed with smoky poblanos, and onions in a garlicky tomato sauce spiced up with adobo sauce, served over creamy sweet porridge of polenta. | TheMountainKitchen.com

Jump to Recipe Print RecipeSpicy chicken poblano stew with polenta puts a Mexican spin on Italian food. With only 389 calories per serving, this hearty weeknight dish is made of shredded chicken, stewed with smoky poblanos, and onions in a garlicky tomato sauce with adobo sauce served over creamy sweet porridge of polenta. Polenta is traditional … Read More

Pecan Applewood Smoked Turkey Breast

With very little effort required, this pecan applewood smoked turkey breast is rubbed with a simple poultry seasoning, smoked over a pan of cranberry infused water for a moist smoking environment, with smoky coals, pecan wood chunks, and wet applewood chips. Tender, juicy turkey like no other! | TheMountainKitchen.com

Jump to Recipe Print RecipeTurkey is not just for Thanksgiving! This pecan applewood smoked turkey breast will change the way you think about turkey forever. I ate this pecan applewood smoked turkey breast for 5 days and never once did not get tired of eating it. It’s true… just ask David. My favorite way to … Read More

6 thoughts on “Pecan Applewood Smoked Turkey Breast

  1. OK, first, your food photography is EPIC! I LOVE the shots of the turkey with David cooking in the background. Your photography does an amazing job telling the story! Second, this recipe looks crazy amazing! I’m not into turkey but you better believe I’m making this with chicken! You’re seriously making me crave grilling season! Awesome job 🙂

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