Do you like a combination of sweet, salty, tangy and spicy? Colorado Chow Chow Pulled Pork Sandwiches will fall of every single one of those categories. Why am I like a hundred years old and have never had Chow Chow until this summer? Guess it wasn’t on my Central Kansas Farm mom’s radar when I
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Did anyone notice this basket of Italian Sweet Frying Peppers that appeared in my Pete Polombo slide show? This is the first time in my life I remember seeing them available for sale. When I googled “Italian Frying Peppers”, one entry indicated that these peppers are the same as Cubanella peppers. Any experts out there? Whatever they are, I
I must say that even though Denver has got some great little neighborhood Farmer’s Markets, they’re just not the same as a trip to Palombo Farms Market. Don’t get me wrong, I love out little street markets which offer up a few vegetable vendors, always a good variety of Western Slope Peaches and Rocky Ford Cantaloupe, and
Next time I have a dinner party I’ll most certainly be serving up this great little appetizer idea. Mini crab cakes floating on top of some sinfully delicious creamed corn. First of all, a couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Tony’s Flat chickens. Several of you asked about the terminology and what made them
I just had to give it a try. Dark chocolate-flavored pasta. Flanked by fresh raspberries and fresh Colorado Western Slope Peaches. All sitting on top of drizzled dark chocolate sauce. My favorite Denver-based pasta vendor, Pappardelle’s came out with this dark chocolate flavored pasta. Sounding so interesting, I couldn’t pass up a chance for a unique dish not to
Bacon and Egg on Toast with Vinaigrette. A delicious breakfast or light lunch.
Tis the Season For Bruschetta…fa..la..la..la..la. We’re loving all the fresh tomatoes from the garden. I know it’s so last year to talk about Julie and Julia, but one of the best things I walked away with from that movie was the simple bruschetta recipe that Julie was preparing at the beginning of the film. A slice of toasted French
This ancho chili sauce was a great little meal with the star being this sweet and earthy sauce which worked beautifully over both pork chops and grilled salmon.