Category Archives: Meats
I remember watching Rick Bayless make this green chile chorizo from Toluca, Mexico. It has always been tucked away in the back of my mind. When our Creative Cooking Group decided that June’s theme would be “color”. Pick a color (just … Continue reading
April’s Creative Cooking Crew’s challenge was to make a sandwich using the letters BLT…not the norm; bacon, lettuce and tomato. I decided on going Mediterranean and letting my guest build their own. This was a fun challenge and I was able to use … Continue reading
Laura Calder is on my favorite chef list. I watch her show on the Cooking Channel, but unfortunately her shows are from 2009 and 2008. I wonder what she is up to these days. I find her to be very … Continue reading
Ropa Vieja which translated means “old clothes”, is a dish well-known in Cuba, but originated in the Canary Islands. You can find it in every menu throughout the Caribbean. I think that the “Cubanos” have mastered this dish. This version … Continue reading
Here I am visiting my buddy Joan of FOODalogue. Cooking in someone else’s kitchen is hard, but Joan and I have done this for a very long time. In the kitchen we are yin and yang.
Carne mechada is the national dish of Venezuela and also very popular in Puerto Rico and Cuba. This version is adaped from Wilo Benet’s cookbook, Puerto Rico – True flavors. If you want to see Wilo’s creations, go to Foodalogue … Continue reading
I have been absent from posting and commenting for a little while and I must apologize to all of you that I follow. For a moment there I lost my “mojo” and was a little out of it as I … Continue reading
Who knew that grapes and sausages are a classic Italian pairing?