We shared on Facebook that we’d be making this sauce to go with carnitas-style pork for our clients. A few of you requested the recipe- so here it is! Enjoy!
Roasted Tomatillo Sauce
Makes 3-4 cups
I had the chance to share this recipe with some friends on New Year’s Eve. After we finished eating, one of them asked that I share my secret for cooking delicious collard greens. I love to share my recipes, so here it is!
I like to make these on New Year’s Eve because eating greens on that day is supposed to bring you good fortune in the coming year, but these are also delicious any time—particularly when it’s cold outside.
Slow-Cooked Collard Greens with Bacon
Serves 6 Continue reading →
This recipe is quite versatile and can be made with a variety of proteins depending on your taste. Try diced beef instead of chicken if you want to up the heartiness and richness, or ground turkey to keep it lean while giving the chili a different texture and appearance. We have made all these variations for our clients!
Serves 6-8 Continue reading →
This warming, comforting risotto is one of my favorite things to cook this time of year.
Porcini Mushroom Risotto
I learned this recipe from a former co-worker who was from Mexico. This is the way his mom made posole when he was growing up. I think it is truly something special! It’s best if you can make it a day ahead of time to really let the flavor develop.
Pork Green Chile Posole
Serves 4-6 Continue reading →