Tomatoes, Tomates para Salsa Huevona…

… Salsa Cruda, Salsa Fresca, Salsa Picada, Salsa Bandera o Pico de Gallo. So many name and variations for one type of salsa! This rendition of Salsa Huevona, literally the lazy man’s salsa,  requires a tad bit more time with the knife than most other recipes. Usually a cook will dice the pepper about the same … Continue reading

Ensalada Guanajuato

This  may be the only time you hear of me (admitting to) using canned beans (eeek!). Hey, it’s been uncomfortably hot and disgustingly humid.  I still stand by my claim that fresh beans are always better, especially when properly cooked, but there’s just no way I was steaming up my kitchen with hours of boiling four different … Continue reading

Postres: Apricot Pastelitos de Nuevo México

 Summerfest 2009, fruit-from-trees, peaches, cherries and plums – oh my! I considered making a contemporary apricot or peach salsa, but instead of settling on the obvious I dug a little deeper and remembered a little more. I really wanted to share a recipe I knew first hand, a recipe with memories attached to it. And … Continue reading