Category On the Grill
Finally, the Pesto Pasta of My Dreams Assembling this pasta has four steps, all of which are super easy.
Ever wonder how steakhouses achieve such a beautiful crust on the outside of their steaks? The answer is simple: Heat. Really, really, really, high heat.
It’s one of my favorite times of year! Hatch Chile season is upon us and that means its time to celebrate one of the most wonderful peppers in existence – the New Mexico Hatch Chile. It’s a short season August and September only, so take advantage while you can!
To my great happiness, it is once again Hatch Chile Season! The Hatch Chile hails from the small town of Hatch, NM – arguably the pepper capital of North America. Hatch Chiles are exactly the same pepper as the well-known Anaheim Pepper, but because they are grown in the rocky soil of arid Southern New […]
This method will rival the best French Restaurants, yet is simple and easy enough for any home cook. The hardest part is finding a Frenched rack of lamb. Ask your butcher to do it for you, or keep in mind that lamb chops and lamb loin chops, or even a boneless leg of lamb will […]
These Fish Tacos are as simple as they are delicious. The thing that really, really makes them is the toppings – Fresh Homemade Guacamole, Homemade Pico De Gallo, Chipotle Mayo – and Cotija cheese. The perfect treat for a summer evening. Ingredients 2-3 lbs Mahi Mahi (figure 8-12 oz per person) Medium sized corn tortillas […]
Other than salmon, Mahi Mahi is my favorite fish to cook with. It is firm, but not too firm, flaky, but not too flaky. Meaty like swordfish but tender like cod. Really, it’s the perfect fish. Perhaps most important, it is currently not over-fished and is therefore a sustainable option. It works well pan fried, […]
I finally broke out – and cleaned – the grill after what was one of the coldest, wettest “winters” on record here in Southern California. I had a lot of fun making many warming soups and stews and one pot wonders that were perfect for cold winter nights, but now that we’re at the beginning […]
Steak soaked in a zesty citrus marinade and then grilled to perfection; serve with pico de gallo, homemade gaucamole, sour cream, roasted peppers and onions and Mexican cheese. Easy, cheap and delicious. Ingredients: For the Steak 2.5lb London Broil or Tri-Tip Roast 1/2 cup orange juice 1/2 cup lime juice (approximately 6 limes) Zest of 1 […]
This BBQ Chicken is tangy, sweet, spicy and fresh. All the right flavors and a unique twist on classic BBQ chicken. Searing the chicken in a hot skillet ahead of time renders out a good bit of fat and leads to perfectly crispy skin. Finish either on the grill or in the oven and follow […]