This is a repost, but I couldn’t resist. I saw the photo again and my stomach started yipping like a New Mexico coyote… Weird, mouth-watering New Mexico Back to New Mexico again, the unrivaled epicenter of wackiness in the U.S if not the entire planet, Ground Zero for the brilliant and bizarre, spectacular and spooky, […]
Harissa is a staple in our fridge – a terrific, not-too-hot addition to winter menus. Easy to make, no canning, and it keeps for 6 months or more.
Quantum physics pays a visit to the ski slopes of northern New Mexico, and a fine recipe for genuine New Mexican green chile stew. (Note that it’s chile, not chili.)
MARS – the planet, the NatGeo TV series, and two friends who had much to do with bringing it all back to earth.
Recipe for a terrific real-Southwest tamale pie with a soft cheesy “crust” to feed four. The kitchen smells soooo good when this is baking!
How one song turned my head around in Portugal some years ago, and a farewell to my readers as I bid adieu to “Journeys Over a Hot Stove.”
Longitudinal musings – from the Maritimes to the American West, where, author Bill Bryson states, “people like to shoot things.”
Some thoughts on elevation and clarity of sight, visual anomalies, and an easy-peasy homemade peach schnapps recipe.
The only chicken fried steak recipe you’ll ever need, and a brief foray into wretched road food from chain restaurants.
Excerpts from James Michener’s “Centennial,” and thoughts on the American lure of isolation and being alone.