Tacos al Pastor

Although the meat wasn’t Shawarma spit-grilled, this recipe for Tacos al Pastor is a great grilling meal. This recipe makes a lot so invite a crew over to enjoy it! . . . → Read More: Tacos al Pastor

April 2019 “In My Kitchen”

Cocktail mixtures, snack mixes, surprise tomatoes…these are what’s new in my kitchen this month. . . . → Read More: April 2019 “In My Kitchen”

Instant Pot Anasazi Beans

Here’s a quick pantry meal (and the first Instant Pot recipe to post at EE)! Also, there’s a few announcement/confessions. . . . → Read More: Instant Pot Anasazi Beans

Boston

Join us on our recent excursion to Boston. . . . → Read More: Boston

Sourdough Starter (again)

I’m trying to get another starter going so I can have something yeasty to post for the upcoming Cook the Books round featuring Sourdough by Robin Sloan. I need some magic mojo. . . . → Read More: Sourdough Starter (again)

Hatch Green Chiles

Twenty-five pounds is a LOT of peppers! . . . → Read More: Hatch Green Chiles

Chili Cook-Off, Part I

We’re starting to tweak some recipes for a chili cook off. This recipe is our first hope for bringing home the trophy. . . . → Read More: Chili Cook-Off, Part I

This and That

A final (I really mean it) wrap up of our October trip to Northern New Mexico… . . . → Read More: This and That

Easy Tortilla Pizzas with “Local” Products

You know, I’m going to milk our NM trip for all it’s worth.  🙂

As you might recall, we stocked up on local produce and products at the Taos Farmers Market before we headed home.  We purchased Napa cabbage (that found its way into a salad and a soup), carrots and potatoes (made into soup), . . . → Read More: Easy Tortilla Pizzas with “Local” Products

Historic Overnight

Staying where the stars stay in Las Vegas (NEW MEXICO). . . . → Read More: Historic Overnight