Here is another wonderful meal for the cold weather we are having. Not surprisingly, it’s full of chiles. 🙂 Just make sure you have some cold beer on hand.
Fall is here and the pomegranate tree has lots of fruit. So, now becomes the fun part – what to do with all of those lovely pomegranates. This dish is a start. I present to you a marinated pork tenderloin that is roasted and served with a pomegranate sauce finished with fresh pomegranate arils and chopped parsley for a little burst of flavor and wonderful color. Looks great, doesn’t it?
In the mood for a nice entree salad? Give this a try. It’s guaranteed not to disappoint. 🙂
If you liked the Fire Roasted Tomato, Green Chile and Corn Salsa, you going to love this dish. In fact, this is the reason I made the salsa in the first place. This was a stunningly delicious meal and relatively simple, too.
One of my favorite foods – Slow smoke barbecue pork ribs. It doesn’t get any better than this. Continue reading Memorial Day Pecan Slow Smoked Spare Ribs
Grilling Season!!!! We really do like to grill outside. With the exception of a few days, the weather has been perfect for grilling. So, when Quickstep came over for dinner we decided to do a little grilling and simple, everyday, grilled pork chops were what’s for dinner, at least that’s what we thought. Continue reading Simple, Everyday, Grilled, Chile Spiced Pork Chops – Now, Forever Gone
This post is for Adriana Rivera, our friend from Mexico Distrito Federal. When she came to visit this past February she brought with her some tasty goodies, one of which was achiote paste. Inasmuch as I had the achiote paste I had to make cochinata pibil. So, I did and it was really good. 🙂 Thanks, Adriana!! Continue reading Cochinita Pibil (Achiote Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder Wrapped in Banana Leaf)