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Homemade Fire Roasted Salsa

The evolution of our homemade fire roasted salsa is best described by Joni Mitchell when she sings, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” I figure Joni was reaching a little deeper than salsa with that line but that’s kind of how it was. We grew up eating Tex-Mex and all the varieties […]

Texas Migas

Texas migas has traditionally been a central and south Texas breakfast tradition. I was born in Dallas, which is located in north-central Texas and I’d never heard of migas until I started spending time in Austin and San Antonio and I can assure you, every mother’s kitchen creates migas as tasty, unique, and reflective as […]

The Joy of Mustard

Ah, the joy of mustard! Around here the foods we enjoy the most are homemade in our kitchen such as breads, salad dressing, peanut butter, meatless quinoa breakfast sausage and most anything we eat with regularity that contains preservatives or ingredients with words with far too many consonants. I even tried to make bacon, over […]

K.I.S.S. Lasagna

Keep It Simple Stupid Lasagna evolved over the many years my wife spent trying to perfect her spaghetti sauce. Growing up with a step-dad from New York who had very serious ideas about what a good tomato sauce was supposed to be, she formed some extremely tasty notions at a very young age. She’ll occasionally […]

Banana Bread with Walnuts and Mini Chocolate Chips

Banana bread with walnuts and mini chocolate chips, I can smell it now. Growing up I became accustomed to the smell of baking bread when I entered my grandmother’s house after school. There’s something about the smell of fresh baked bread. It sparks memories and fills the heart with great comfort and a feeling of […]

Green Chili Stew with Roast Pork

Green chili stew with roast pork is one of my favorites and the chili pepper, in Colorado where I live now, is as close to a Heavenly deity as you can get without actually being a Heavenly deity. I did not know this when I moved to the Rocky Mountains but now that I’ve experienced […]