Chipotle Lime Pico de Gallo

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There is nothing like coming home from the Farmer’s Market with a basket full of fresh vegetables and herbs especially right before Cinco de Mayo!  Its one of my favorite times in our RV galley.  Like an artist with a new art set, I love to set my palette of beautifully colored fresh ingredients and create a culinary masterpiece.  One of them is my Chipotle Lime Pico de Gallo.

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Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker – Product Review

 

What would you say if we told you that you could have ONE appliance that could be a…
  • pressure cooker
  • roaster
  • slow cooker
  • rice cooker
  • vegetable steamer
  • yogurt maker
  • custard cooker
  • cake and bread baker
  • saute’ and pan fry
  • and MORE!!

…and that only took up a total of 15 cubic inches in your cabinet?   You’d tell us that we’re crazy, right? Well, we’ve found the Instant Pot!

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Shrimp & Spinach Garlic Herb Béchamel Sauce on Penne Pasta – Galley Recipe

 

Since full-timing, this is my outlet where I can let loose of my creative juices.  Its where I can make a mess and be proud of it because of the masterpiece I’ve plated that tastes like it belongs in a five star restaurant. Here, I will be sharing my Shrimp & Spinach Garlic Herb Béchamel Sauce on Penne Pasta.

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How We Shop at the Farmer’s Market

 

Before we began our full-time RV Life, we would visit Spencer County’s Farmer’s Market. In our little resident town of Taylorsville, Kentucky, we’d shop for freshly home-grown produce and other provisions.  For twenty bucks, we could fill our cloth tote bags with organic vegetables and grass fed raised beef, handmade soaps and natural tinctures. For a little treat, we’d bring home a loaf of baked bread or sweet rolls and an occasional bouquet of flowers.

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