Slow Roasted Pork Achiote steaming hot out of the oven. Lime juice and achiote paste turn this everyday pork roast into a fiesta.
Archives for January 2010
I like to refer to Dave over at My Year On The Grill as the “hardest working man in blog business”. Welcome to this month’s Just Grilled! So far, I’ve been presenting my Just Grilled Bloggers in the order in which I found them when I first started following food blogs. But after Dave, it’s a free for all, because one
Hearts of palm salad. Big chunks of fresh raw vegetables and a zesty dressing.
A wonderful combination for Eggs Benedict. Crab meat, asparagus, poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce. A match made in heaven.
Soup and salad. A very healthy meal if done right. We all know we have to do it everyonce in awhile. Get those noses out of the cookbooks and eyes off the food blogs. We have to stop looking for our next great creation and walk over to that refrigerator, drag out all that unused produce and
Sun-dried Tomato Hummus. A delicious riff on traditional hummus.
I mean who doesn’t love a baked cheesy one pot pasta dish??? I found this baked ziti recipe over at the Muir Glen Website and I’m sure glad I gave it a try.
I’ve been hearing a lot about Marczyk Fine Foods lately, so talked the hubby into leaving our suburban bubble for a Saturday morning field trip into the city for a visit. The mission?… to make their Sticky Lips Chicken. Marczyk Fine Foods is at Clarkson and 17th just east of Downtown Denver. With easy parking, a
Sweet potato pasta with cream cheese, walnuts and Parmesan. Savory and creamy.
Buffalo Burgers with caramelized onions. The ground buffalo is flavored with onion, rosemary, thyme and Worcestershire sauce. And with a dressing of BBQ sauce, ketchup and mayo, you’ve got a delicious version for a lower cholesterol burger.