What’s rarer than a rose in February? How about a pint of gorgeous, plump blueberries that didn’t cost an arm and a leg. (more…)
The title of this recipe might make you think, “Chocolate, hell yeah!” Or, “Strawberries, hell yeah!” But the real star isn’t the strawberries, chocolate, or even the banana that binds it all together.
It’s the smoked salt. (more…)
(First, I want to give a huge shout out to the mods who run this place. It’s been a home for a lot of us for the last six years. You’ve seen us through joyful times and rough times – and given us belly laughs along the way. And thanks for letting us share recipes on Sunday. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for all you do.)
So, that happened. Aside from a personal loss or death in the family, I’ve never needed comfort food more than this week.
Because I live in a small town that lacks a wide variety of restaurants that will bring food directly to my home so I decided to try Blue Apron, some assembly required, meal delivery service. It’s not that I’m one of those people who stares blankly in the produce section, at a loss over what tastes go with what tastes. I have game in the kitchen. But I prefer simple food (and delivery) because I’m lazy and it takes zero effort to turn damn near anything into a taco. (more…)
Every Christmas, my husband gives me a big bag of different types of dried chilies to play with. Anchos, guajillos, pasillas, etc. Having dried peppers on hand means that I can just throw them in the mortar and pestle to combine with other spices for a quick add-in of flavor.
Who has two thumbs and loves dried chilies? This woman!
But today I came up with an idea, and to make the idea work – I needed chipotles in a tart and spicy adobo sauce. However, I realized I didn’t have any.