Who knew that just by putting sliced potatoes on end you’d turn an old-fashioned, homey side into the glamorous center of your table. I made these scalloped potatoes with only a few changes: I used red potatoes, sliced with the … Continue reading Fancy Scalloped Potatoes
I was trying to think of what to stuff in this mini bacon-wrapped meatloaf, and then my husband brought in a bunch of poblanos from the garden. Usually I stuff the poblanos with meat and cheese, so it was just … Continue reading Inside-Out Stuffed Poblanos. Smoked. With Bacon.
A little crunch, then melty cheese, into a savory chili-dog. Continue reading Chili-Dog Quesadilla Wrap
What are the chances that my roasted poblano peppers will behave and let me both peel and seed them and still remain in one piece to be stuffed? I know from experience that the chances are slim, which is why … Continue reading Grilled Stuffed Poblanos, Theoretically
Beyond pulled pork in a bun with coleslaw—and it is one of my favorite ways to eat pulled pork—what else can you do with that lovely pile of meat that is generally way too much for one meal? Yes, there … Continue reading Pulled Pork Two Ways
This post contains recipes for white beans, chicken wraps, and Anaheim pepper salsa. I know that the reasons for eating a meal of color are more serious than, say, not wearing white after Labor Day, but I’m bucking the nutritionists … Continue reading The Predominately White Meal
A friend gave us a ton of poblano and Anaheim peppers from his garden (thanks, Greg), so I roasted them all, peeled and seeded them, and put them in the freezer. They didn’t stay in long, though, because I kept … Continue reading Chile Relleno Burritos