A friend taught me his family recipe for salsa roja de molcajete, or tomato salsa made in a traditional stone mortar and pestle. I’ve adapted it so it can be made without the mortar and pestle. Roasting the chile and... Read more
If you’re a hardcore foodie that doesn’t care for the bacon-wrapped, meat-stuffed, and dairy cream-filled delights out there, then this post is for you. A round-up of foodie worthy meals that are easy to make for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
The orange zest and juice in this recipe brighten the dish and elevate the ordinary black bean to new heights. Serve this with cooked brown rice or quinoa and a salad. Instructions: 1. Sauté the onions in a saucepan over medium... Read more
Cheese is no longer a part of Aine Carlin's life, and despite having previously spent most of her days as a total dairy fiend, even she can’t quite fathom why I simply don’t miss it. Perhaps in part it has a lot to do with dishes like this one, which perfectly replicates that ultimate comfort food feel.
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