Green Chile Rice

I have long loved Mexican Rice. It’s the perfect side to a lot of my favorite dishes…enchiladas, tacos, fajitas, etc. However, with Green Chile being one of the crops that New Mexico is most noted for, I decided to attempt a Green Chile version. Rice can be the easiest dish to make, but it can … More Green Chile Rice

Sourdough Bread, Part 1: Creating a Starter from Scratch

Sourdough bread; one of the great mysteries of the world. How can a humble combination of flour and water come together to create a loaf of bread full of delicious complex flavors, densely rich in nutrients and surprisingly resistant to mold? Let’s discuss. I’m not a food scientist (and I don’t play one on TV), … More Sourdough Bread, Part 1: Creating a Starter from Scratch

Carne Asada

We love skirt steak. It may not possess the drama and glamour of its hefty counterparts, but it’s delicious and as a bonus, it cooks very quickly. Any cut of beef that can go from the grill to your plate in a matter of minutes is tops in our book. One of our favorite ways … More Carne Asada