If you think that stockpiling toilet paper and being forced to use the drive-thru for your venti frappuccino, extra-pretentious, are the great hardships of the COVID-19 lockdown, let Sharon Hudgins put things in perspective for you.
Of course, this version of the famous soup will be different from the heavily laden butter and cream recipes of the past. For one, it will have a lot more heat for a cold soup because we’ve replaced the fat with chile juice.
I thought I’d never say this, but sometimes, I get tired of guacamole. And yet, I still want avocado. This avocado and serrano salsa is a go-to choice for those rare moments. Avocado and Serrano Salsa Print Recipe Heat Scale: Medium Servings 2 cups Servings 2 cups Avocado and Serrano Salsa Print Recipe Heat Scale: Medium Servings 2 cups Servings …
With the Coronavirus hysteria in full swing, food preservation is a topic almost as hot as the chiles we all love. Over the coming weeks we’re going to talk a lot about how to preserve your chile peppers.
The chipotle peppers bring a new dimension to the very basic twice-baked potato. All of these ingredients are easy to find and keep around, which is important if we get hit with another pandemic like the coronavirus, where the government decides we all need to stay at home.
Backyard on the Grape is a barbecue competition without the barbecue competition (in a sense). Barbecue teams show up, they do compete and get judged, and there are winners.
In the race to procure toilet paper like so many rabid Cornholios, some of us may have been a tad overzealous. That said, those who did may need a helpful guide to cooking with TP in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.