Monthly Archives: August 2010

Bacon Pecan Stuffed Dover Sole

This is a great dish because it doesn’t take a lot of time and energy to put together. The fish should be fresh or else don’t bother. Serves 2 1 or 2 strips Applewood smoked bacon ¼ C Onion, finely diced … Continue reading

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Heirloom Tomato Tart

This is a fabulous easy summer light dinner. This recipe is loosely adapted from an early 2000’s issue of Gourmet. Times like this I miss Gourmet mag. The idea here is that you prebake the crust and then fill it with … Continue reading

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Charlie Parker

The story I heard was that, as is often the case when Jazz musicians get together and jam, challenges are offered in which others are expected to take the riff and better it. A musician whose name I don’t recall  put … Continue reading

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NM Style Harissa and Couscous Style Quinoa

Our friend, Donna made an outrageously delicious Moroccan chicken dish with olives and preserved lemons. She asked me to bring a side dish. I brought a “couscous” style red quinoa pilaf (recipe below). But I also realized that such a … Continue reading

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My Favorite Green Chile Cheeseburger

Living in New Mexico, a good green chile burger is at least as important as boots or a hat to a Texan. A lot of considerations come into play when making one. Do you cook on wood, charcoal (if so … Continue reading

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