Kale is the ultimate SuperFood, an anti-cancer food packed with vitamins and minerals and cell-coating arsenal.
I fell in love with Kale at a quaint little pizza joint called The Luggage Room in Pasadena, California.
On the Southern edge of the Tennessee border, a small town by the name of South Pittsburg whirs with the sounds of a foundry, of melting pots, sand blasting and seasoning machines. It is here where cast iron and steel cookware are created by American craftsmen. True local and artisanal kitchen wares for even the most discerning consumer are designed and manufactured every day.
I like water. I dislike sports drinks. Most rides I typically only take plain water. Until I tried Skratch for the first time, a bottle might have sat in my bottle cage untouched for long stretches. My first try with Skratch, I found my bottles empty before the middle of a long climb.
Having spent my formative years in Spain, my definition of comfort food includes the intricate delicacy of Paella, yet I have never made the leap to attempt a Paella of my own. Now that I have a Camp Chef outdoor stove, there is absolutely no excuse for not giving it a go. Plans were made. […]
Gourmet dinners are best made at home. They cost a fraction of a 5 star restaurant bill, and it’s fun to prepare good food with loved ones. We’re on a kick here in the mtbchick test kitchen, and together with Alex Boone, we’ve created an amazing duck dish.
One of the joys of being a cyclist is the amount of food one can eat. And the privilege of consuming a burger is one of pure bliss. As challenging as it may be to convince a vegetarian to partake in meat eating, the resulting happiness is worth the effort.
After a cold ride in the mountains, nothing warms the heart and soul like a bowl of hot soup and a sandwich. And here at mtbchick.com kitchen, we’ve turned into a bit of a soup kitchen– where we feed hungry mountain bikers. The latest soup on the menu is the Roasted Tomato and Orange Bell […]
Each year as the sun edges further and further to the South, we cuddle up in blankets with hot chocolate and eat rich foods, something our Paleolithic ancestors would have done in order to gain fat for warmth and fuel stores. With the proliferation of food in general, and more notably our sedentary lifestyles, we […]
Of all the interesting herbs growing in our garden, Thyme has been the most surprising. I have never, at least in recent memory, used fresh Thyme before now. Thyme is usually delivered to my cooking vessels via a glass bottle with a plastic shaker lid– dried and less flavorful than fresh, perhaps even stale and […]