If you could eat guacamole for breakfast, lunch and dinner, raise your hand. Personally, I think guacamole is pretty hard to mess up as long as you use fresh ingredients, and you aren’t afraid to use a little salt. I also think … Continue reading
Yesterday marks our fourth visit to the annual Pueblo Chile and Frijoles Festival. It was, as usual, absolutely wonderful! As is tradition, it was a happy reunion with family and we immediately hit up the Pueblo Chile wrap stand.
Posted in autumn, anytime, traditions, restaurants
Tagged Mama Rita, bingo burger, chiles, chocolate chile milkshake, colorado, grandma salazar, homemade, pueblo, pueblo chile festival, tortillas
Where the past three weeks have flown to, I can’t say. We were officially caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season with a few added responsibilities this year, along with a few plagues that struck such as … Continue reading
Posted in winter
Tagged allspice, barbaresco, barolo, chiles, cinnamon, constantinople, grapes, leg of lamb, naoussa, northeastern greece, northern africa, red wine, spiced, telly, telly topakas, tomatoes, whole leg, xinomavro