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This is the second of my three Top Chef: Masters “tribute” posts. Today I decided to take on the winner himself, Rick Bayless.
Instead of choosing a recipe made on the show, I decided that I would make a couple salsa recipes from one of his books. Honestly I think it was a great choice, so step inside to get cooking! Continue reading
Time for a run down of some recipes I’ve tried over the past week. Hopefully you like them and will share some of your own. Remember, you only live once so why eat boring?
This time we will be focused on some seasonal salads (which is perfect as I am getting a steady supply of veggies from my CSA and the Farmer’s market). Continue reading
It’s really too bad that most people seem to buy their salsas from a jar in the supermarket, and most of the time if you look at the ingredients it’s way more that one would need to simply make it themselves. In fact, why don’t we give it a go right now?
Fresh salsa, ahoy! Time to get your veggies on! Continue reading
I’m a huge fan of casseroles when they taste good. What’s not to love? They are filling, usually take little work, and can feed an army (or have tons of leftovers). The catch is that most casseroles are quite bland in my opinion, so what do we do about it?
Let’s throw the usual out the window and kick that flavor up to 11! Continue reading