This dish, tortilla soup's not so distant cousin, was supposedly created in the region of Jalisco, the Western state that also gave us mariachi music and tequila. It starts with the same simple stock of chicken and tomatoes, but amps up the flavor with the smoky punch of chipotle pepper. Continue reading →
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Whether you celebrate Easter, the bunny, the onset of spring or just a tasty slice of ham, this feast is comforting on all levels. Ham is lovingly baked with rum and citrus until perfectly moist and tender. I've rounded out the menu with some tastes of spring that require little to no effort. Continue reading →
The March, 2012 Daring Cooks? Challenge was hosted by Carol, a/k/a Poisonive ? and she challenged us all to learn the art of Braising! I decided to eschew short ribs and pork belly, two of my faves, for an attempt and braising an artichoke. Great success! Continue reading →
For this vegetarian gem, my buddy Karen suggested a savory black bean cake that we paired the cakes with a fresh pineapple salsa enlivened with piquant red jalapenos and a simple avocado crema made with greek yogurt and lime. The final result was ridiculously good - a composed plate that looked like it should be served at a fancy pants restaurant rather than the picnic table in my backyard. Continue reading →
I've long been searching for a killer tamale recipe in the same way as I've wanted the PERFECT enchilada sauce recipe. So of course, when I found out that this month's Daring Kitchen competition was to make tamales, I was so excited to have the opportunity to get back in the lab and start tinkering again. Continue reading →