Author: The Mountain Kitchen

Easy Baked Mahi Mahi {Easy Enough For A Rough Commute

Easy Baked Mahi Mahi {Easy Enough For A Rough Commute

This easy baked Mahi Mahi recipe can be a weeknight lifesaver! Commuting into the city every day can be like an obstacle course at times. The spring and early summer have been one of the wettest I can remember. Although Mother Nature’s spigot has been turned off […]

June Mountain Moments 2020

June Mountain Moments 2020

Today I’m sharing our June Mountain Moments. This is a recap of what happened in the month of June, in and outside, of our mountain kitchen. SOME NORMALCY Well, this month marks the first time we have had the opportunity to eat at a restaurant […]

Zucchini Lasagna Rolls {A Meatless Monday Recipe

Zucchini Lasagna Rolls {A Meatless Monday Recipe

Zucchini lasagna rolls are nothing new on the food scene, but they look so good I had to try them for myself.  Zucchini is probably my favorite substitute for pasta. It keeps its texture and when prepared correctly it doesn’t water down your dish. Substituting […]

Smoked Salmon With Honey Glaze – A How-To Guide

Smoked Salmon With Honey Glaze – A How-To Guide

David and I get excited every year when salmon season rolls because that can mean only one thing… SMOKED SALMON! We fell in love with fresh salmon years ago when we first had bagels and lox. Our first experience smoking salmon at home was when […]

How To Make Authentic Chiles Rellenos

How To Make Authentic Chiles Rellenos

When it comes to Mexican food, authentic Chiles Rellenos is probably my favorite Mexican dishes of all time. This dish helped me get over my fear of chiles and acquire an addiction to Mexican chile peppers. It also made me realize that I really do […]

Cajun Pasta With Andouille Sausage {A One-Pot Wonder Meal

Cajun Pasta With Andouille Sausage {A One-Pot Wonder Meal

This easy one-pot wonder meal of Cajun Pasta with Andouille Sausage is comfort food in a bowl. This pasta dish is seasoned with Cajun spices, tossed with fire-roasted tomatoes, onions, sweet peppers, spicy andouille sausage, and melted cheese. Whatever you do, don’t call it Cajun […]

Homemade Cherry Pie

Homemade Cherry Pie

This easy homemade cherry pie recipe is made with fresh, sweet cherries bubbling in a thick rich filling with a hint of creamy almond flavor inside a flaky buttery crust. This delicious summer all-American pie will be a hit at your next 4th of July […]

Smoked Beef Tenderloin – Reverse Sear

Smoked Beef Tenderloin – Reverse Sear

David and I smoked our first beef tenderloin on his Weber Performer charcoal grill, a few weeks ago. After it slowly smoked over cherry wood, we finished it with a hot fiery reverse sear with fresh herbs and garlic butter.  GOOD LORD, that piece of […]


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