I have always loved peanut butter and jelly, and back in my “chubbier days,” I used to slather it on steamy French toast and enjoy that melt-in-your-mouth flavor. Don’t try this, either because you are
Go ahead, dig out your blue suede shoes, grab your pup that ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog, and gyrate your way down to the breakfast table because you’re hungry and have I got
Kale has gone from being that dark green leaf with frilly edges that’s used to cover a platter and set other, more popular fruits and vegetables on to being the “it” green of the
Green tomatillo salsa with cilantro and onion is one of my favorite salsas to make because it is so versatile. If you make it thick, it can be used between layers of stacked enchiladas
I grew up in the Sonoran Desert, where Saguaros, Jumping Cholla, Barrel Cacti and Prickly Pear dotted the foothills. The Saguaros, with arms reaching toward the sky, were wise, gnarled and grandfatherly, providing homes
One of my favorite side dishes has always been calabacitas, or for a more descriptive name, calabacitas con elote, or as we used to say in Arizona, squash and corn. I’ve tasted it made
You can find a salad similar to this on the menus of many restaurants, and if the ingredients are as fresh as if you just picked them from the garden, it will taste delicious.