Hot 3-way action means something totally different when it comes to Cincinnati chili.
Quick, healthy and easy describes this dish very well. The green fresh salsa with avocado is recommended.
Both this and the grilled cabbage recipe come to us from Monica Henin.
White chili is usually a chicken thing. I prefer pork, though, because pork.
Wacky Wok, my favorite Chinese place in West LA, makes a great spicy orange chicken. This homemade version from Fiery Foods and Barbecue Central, though, is far better.
We first ran this Tamale Pie recipe here, along with video. Dave published it in 1001 Best Hot and Spicy Recipes and it never gets old. I’m going to make a few variations on it this month and I’ll be sure to share them with you here!
Ramps are wild onions with a strong garlic aroma and flavor that are very popular in Appalachia, where festivals are devoted to them. But many people think that they are much too strong and there is even an aphorism that goes: “Ramps are not for ladies or those who court them.” Ramps are not cultivated but are collected in the wild. Sometimes they can be found at farmers’ markets from southern Canada to the Carolinas beginning in April. They were a favorite of forager Euell Gibbons, author of Stalking the Wild Asparagus who loved them to pickle them and use them in soups such as this one.
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