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Category Archives: chile pepper
On my quest for healthful, gluten-free snacks, I was recently reminded of roasted chickpeas. You can roast any legume, but chickpeas in particular never cease to delight me, whether in creamy hummus, hearty soups, fresh salads, or roasted up all … Continue reading
Pickled green tomatoes — made by his Gramma B. — were one of my father’s favorite snacks growing up, especially when accompanied by a thickly buttered slice of Italian bread. Many years ago, I developed the odd habit of deliberately … Continue reading
I’m one of those obsessed Olympics junkies. The Olympics thrill me, summer or winter. I have my favorite events, but I’ll watch just about any of them. I admire anyone who pushes the edge of his or her physical and … Continue reading
Ever since our trip to Santa Fe in May, the Midwestern Gentleman and I have been dreaming of cold raspberry soup. Since we had perused the menu online before dining at The Shed, our tastebuds were primed for this enticing … Continue reading
The second day of our weekend in Santa Fe was as crazily jam-packed as the first. After a fortifying brunch of fresh fruit and jalapeno-cheese quiche at the Inn on the Paseo, we started the day with some museum time. … Continue reading
We dodged between the rain drops, so to speak, during our weekend visit to Santa Fe, New Mexico. A friendly shop owner informed us that the unusual May cold front and rain had swept into northern New Mexico from Iowa. … Continue reading