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I’ve Never Seen a Purple Cow…

Daughterperson and I were cruising the aisles at the local Lowe’s garden center over her spring break, ostensibly to gather vital gardening supplies but in fact we were avoiding digging in the garden. Suddenly she comes over and shows me a packet of seeds. Interesting, I thought; tomatillos. Then I read the front a bit […]

Yet More Guac: Roasted Tomatillo Guacamole

Okay, maybe this IS “Celebrate Marcus Samuelsson’s Genius With the Avocado Week” or something. I found another way to turn the funny-looking fruit (I mean the avocado here) into a superbly tasty version of the National Dish of Texas. (No, I don’t mean chili; it’s way too hot to be talking cooking here.) […]

Smoke and Fire: A Special Salsa

(Just one quick post and then we’ll be back to Iyer’s “660 Curries.” This post is in honor of my research team at Texas Lutheran University; it’s been a great summer!)

I’ve had salsas of all kinds over the years, growing up in Texas. I always enjoy the roasted ones the best. Some people don’t try […]

A Small Step to Saving the Planet…

These days, everybody’s working to save the planet. I also work to have good taste. Or at least food that tastes good. (See earlier post on the F-BOM.)

Well, you can’t say I’m not doing my part. Shoot, I even invented a chili verde that’s guaranteed to support the effort. I mean, it’s definitely green! That […]