Monthly Archives: September 2012

Oakland Raiders: Bare Bones Barbecue Brawlin’

IMG_3889“You can buy the whole seat but you'll only need the eeeeedge!” Dubbing last Saturday's Bare Bones barbecue competition a “brawl” couldn't be further from the truth. The event was actually very laid back. It's just hard for me not to feel a little primal when someone slow cooks dead animal over charcoal and wood. Continue reading
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My Habanero Chorizo Pizza Experiment

419471_3990498594196_1128488800_nTwo weeks ago, my niece Jordan ordered me to grind up a batch of my habanero chorizo for the family's Saturday grill night. What she did not dictate was how I cooked it for the group. Some of you may remember how much I love playing with grilling pizza. I combined the two dishes in this simple little twist on pizza and quesadillas. The only person who ended up hating it was me because it was all gone before I had a chance to fill up on the stuff. Continue reading
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Easy Photo How-to: Chiles Rellenos

small-chile-frying-in-oilHere’s a blow-by-blow description of how to make classic New Mexico-style chiles rellenos. Creating truly great chiles rellenos requires a bit of effort, but once you’ve had that first cheesy, glorious bite, you’ll be glad you took the time. Continue reading
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Thai Red Curry: The Art of Asian Heat

red curry past ingredientsThere’s something about the richness of red curry paste that is incredibly satisfying to the palate; in fact, I find that even a small portion of good red curry leaves me feeling sated—much more so than a comparable amount of Chinese food, for instance. Continue reading
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