This is a delicious meal using the salsa verde from the previous post. It is by no means Mexican food but it has the wonderful flavors from south of the border. You get the nice bright tanginess of the tomatillos, the smokey earthiness of the cumin and roasting of the veggies, the floral component of the cilantro and the kick of heat from the Serrano chiles all coupled with the dense meatiness of the swordfish. This is a wonderful use of the salsa verde and is a quick, easy dish to prepare, perfect for a weeknight meal. Continue reading Swordfish with Salsa Verde and Ensalada la Bandera Mexicana (Mexican Flag Salad)
We’re reaching the end of fig season. It always comes and goes so quickly but we do enjoy it when it is here. Continue reading Fig, Honey & Goat Cheese Tart with Rosemary & Prosciutto
I have noticed of late that I am stuck on tomatoes but I just cannot help it. Baby Lady and I love tomatoes and summertime is when they are in abundant supply. Everywhere you go they have tomatoes. Heirloom tomatoes, grape tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, orange tomatoes, homegrown tomatoes, different shaped and sized tomatoes, tomatoes are just everywhere. Red, ripe, juicy globes full of sweetness and savoriness. They are just incredible and versatile, too. So, we always enjoy them and this dish was unbelievably enjoyable. Try it. You will like it.
Continue reading A Most Unusual Bruschetta: Goat Cheese Mousse on Toast with Tomato Salad and Crispy Pastrami
I love cheese. Baby Lady tells me I am just a large rat. There is something about fermented milk with a little rennet and whatnots that simply sets my soul free.