Chipotle Cornbread for Stuffing [and eating, too!]

Chipotle Cornbread for Stuffing [and eating, too!]

Yesterday I blogged about a cornbread stuffing that asked for “1 recipe” of your cornbread of choice. Here’s ours: Chipotle Cornbread. Depending on how hot you want this bread, you can add more or less chipotle. Because this cornbread is destined to be stuffing, with...
Sweet and Sour and Fiery Ribs

Sweet and Sour and Fiery Ribs

My favorite cuisine? Well sort of Mexican, Southwestern, Thai, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese. You know what I mean. I like a lot things and the “most liked” can depend on the time of day, the smells on the street, how long since my last pasta gorge, or how long...
Brian’s Chipotle Crema for a Hot Day with Grilled Corn

Brian’s Chipotle Crema for a Hot Day with Grilled Corn

The current heat is good for some things and certainly great for one: corn. The burst of heat now is letting your local corn plants create sugar in those kernels as they expand to the bursting point. So, it’s the perfect weekend to visit your farmers market and grab...
Poblano Chili con Carne from James Peterson

Poblano Chili con Carne from James Peterson

From James Peterson’s Meat comes a new level of heat. His interpretation of chili [not chile] uses meat along with beans, but it’s the poblanos that make the difference. This is a hot dish. A beer evoking, tongue singing recipe that will put sweat on your brow. Those...
Smoked Chipotle Baked Beans

Smoked Chipotle Baked Beans

Slow food versus fast food. Slow food versus very slow food. Long cooking times can enable flavors and textures that simply are not possible with a microwave, a deep fryer or a simple broiler. Here’s a perfect example. You start with cooked white beans, adorn them...