A great base for Mexican dishes, chili, and other dishes that incorporate chili, like Frito pie and cornbread casseroles. Freezes well. Try it with ground beef or a plant-based protein.
Mexican rice is a traditional dish served as a side with a variety of Mexican dishes. I began making this when a foster child asked if I could please make rice the “right” way.
It’s taken almost a lifetime to move from hating this dish, to learning a few things about tuna salad and creating a version I love.
Cherry Red Marinara was born from an unexpectedly large cherry tomato harvest from a volunteer tomato plant. It is vegetarian friendly and contains no added sodium.
Which came first? The chicken or the chicken stock? Chicken stock is a base for a variety of sauces and soups that can be used as a substrate for cooking other items to infuse flavor. The chicken can be used in a variety of dishes, too.
Crisp apples, flavorful fruits and vegetables, crunchy nuts and bleu cheese sit atop a bed of leafy greens to accompany fall weather.
A tangy vinaigrette perfect for pairing with spinach and leaf lettuce and fruit, especially apples. Works well with a variety of nuts and cheeses.
Preparing food, like this Mexican Green Sauce, is an act of love. Food reminds us of that love and of everything that feels like home.
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