This just happened: Duck, bacon and jalapeño. I don’t know who first thought of using bacon and jalapeño peppers with wild game, but thank you, sir (ma’am). That combination of salty, smoky and spicy makes anything better. Period. Some people disagree, and will talk about not disguising the flavor of wild game. As for me, I believe in the power of bacon.
This was on our table this evening. Now here are a few photos of how it got there.
It’s the last day of 2013, and I am at home with my wife. There’s no place I’d rather be. Just a quiet evening at the ranch.
Also, I am pleased to announce that I have recently opened an online photo gallery featuring my nature photography. Click here for Brian K Davis Photography. All photos (like the one below) in the galleries are for sale as prints and other photo gift products. If you’re in the browsing mood, I invite you to check out my Facebook page as well.
Happy New Year!
Only one day after the Winter Soltace, I found these trees shepherding a field of winter wheat.
The days starting getting longer today, and as if on cue, the sun broke through the clouds, bathing this new crop in rich, warm hues. A nice promise of spring.
With only two weeks left in North Texas before the winter solstice and the gradual lengthening of days, we had a beautiful ice storm. With the office closed due to the weather I made it outside and drove the county roads around my home looking for some interesting shots. I didn’t have to look far, as everything was covered with ice and instantly made that much more beautiful.