Angel Hair pasta with shrimp, gremolata, creme fraiche and lemon. Creamy, luscious and fresh with citrus. This is an easy and satisfying meal.
Inspired by a snow storm, this soup made excellent use of that remaining half bag of Bolito Beans in the pantry. I buy dried Bolito Beans from the farm markets east of Denver. They look similar to Pinto beans, a bit smaller and creamier in texture and they seem to absorb every single spice flavor
The complicated world of curry. I wish I was an expert, but for now I’ll enjoy the Thai versions I feel comfortable making. Like this Yellow Curry Noodle Soup. But first…let’s drink a little wine. I don’t think it’s any secret that we enjoy our wine around here, so as my “about” section brags,
It’s time for our February Bloggers Clue event…oh..and look…I baked. How much fun is this…each month we’re assigned to a blog and we’re given a clue. With that clue, we’re to sneak around, find a recipe, cook the recipe and blog about it. Since February is a very red month, our assignment was to find
This Jicama and Orange Salad is a breath of fresh air as we’re making our way through Winter. Crunchy, fresh and with red onions and oranges, it was a bright and refreshing side dish for these heavy duty flavored Beef Brisket Tacos. It’s time I become more familiar with jicama. It’s always in our markets