Posts Tagged ‘bell peppers’

Sheeta Fajitas just in time for Cinco de Mayo.  We love our sheet-pan meals at crunchtime, but seasoning and (crunch)timing is everything.  Check out the steps to our chicken fajitas that are so simple and ingredients so few that you’ll have enough time on your hands to make homemade tortillas. … Read More

Three bean is a summer salad staple, but if you’re like me, three bean is one bean too many.  Kidney, you’re welcome in my chili, but I do not dig your chalky bite of paste in my cold salads.  Yotam Ottolenghi  improves three bean salad’s taste and visual appeal with toss … Read More

Cinco de Mayo celebration began in California with Mexican immigrants celebrating their country’s rise over French rule after the defeating the French at the Battle of Puebla.  Mexico observes this historic date, but the US declared it a national holiday.  And what better way for America to celebrate anything, but … Read More

I still have my grandmother’s bent up metal spatula and, until a few months ago, her garlic press which was only capable of mashing cloves into wafer thin slabs that still required my mincing by knife. I wasn’t close to my dad’s mother who often showed her love through military … Read More

Grilling season is dreams away for many, while we in Southern California – as though the weather gods add insult to injury for the rest of the county – have been blessed with sunny, warm winter dayd.  Remember it all goes with away with a shattering 4.+ on the richter … Read More