Praline Pecans

I have three things in my freezer meat, green chile and pecans.  My dad has a small pecan orchard and regularly sends me care packages of pecans, it’s usually a large flat rate box just pack with bags of home grown nuts.  Having priced pecans in the store, the street value is well over $200. … More Praline Pecans

Balloons & Burritos

Besides being known as the city where Bugs Bunny was suppose to make a left, Albuquerque does have one claim to fame, the International Balloon Fiesta.  The first week of October, balloonist from all over the world congregate in our fair city for a week of ballooning, partying and whatever else balloon pilots do for … More Balloons & Burritos

Disc-it Fever!

This weekend I’m going to be shooting some new videos for season 6 of the Disc-It Cooking Show, and I thought this would be a good time to share the a couple of the videos from last year.  We shot recipes for Lamb Meat Pops with Jalapeño Mint Sauce and roasted some shrimp in the … More Disc-it Fever!


I have a problem.  I have too many dishes that I would like to make and blog about but I just don’t have the time do them all.  Now with the freaking time change I’ve got even less daylight to get all my cooking done.  Not that I’m scared of the dark, it just makes … More Discada

More Green

For most New Mexicans the most anticipated time of the year is not Christmas, it’s the chile harvest.  Around mid August chile roasters start appearing in grocery store parking lots in preparation for the arrival of our sacred fruit.  Once the harvest arrives the smells of fresh roasted chile permeate the air throughout Albuquerque. Even … More More Green