Suzi's Blog

Oh, About Those Turkey Leftovers: Turkey Enchiladas with Creamy Tomatillo Sauce

“Uh, not next week,” I said to Suzen. “Thanksgiving cannot be next week.” “It is,” Suzen insisted. “But, but, the Christmas decorations have only been up for six weeks,” I said. “This is screwed up.” “Very,” Suzen agreed. On this blog we have always treated Thanksgiving as very, very special. We have posted some great…

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Easy Tomatillo Avocado Salsa from Fresh Mexico

  There are times when I just crave the tartness of a green salsa. And many of those times, I’m impatient. I want it NOW. I could seek counseling for my inability to deal with  need and want. Or I can pick up a can of tomatillos. I choose the can. Although you can make…

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Roasted Tomatillo and Cilantro Salsa [with Avocado, Too!]

“These will all take a week,” the man said. His wife frowned. “We’ve been everywhere,” she said. “Where have you been?” I asked. Suzen and I were at Adams Fairacres Market in Kingston, New York in search of avocados. Avocados that could be used the same day. “We went to Sam’s Club and Walmart,” the…

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Cooked Tomatillo Salsa

“Make this,” Brian asked. “Please,” he added. I didn’t care about the magic word. I had looked at the recipe and was skeptical. He was insistent. I relented, and we made this salsa from James Peterson’s Sauces. I must say it is hot: both temperature wise and chili wise. Brian loves it and I find…

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