Ahhh, Mexican Pozole. My first encounter with a delicious bowl of pozole rojo is when I lived in “La Mission” of San Francisco during the late nineties. It was often my morning savior after a very long night of revelries. Yes, I burnt the midnight oil like most people in their twenties but, hey, I … Continue reading Pozole Rojo For Your Soul
Back when things were still fairly unconnected I grabbed my backpack and headed to Spain. It was an interesting time of finding out a bit more of who I was. I called my buddy from France we traveled from north to south and ate everything along the way. It was when we landed in Seville that … Continue reading Gazpacho Recipe
I have had San Diego tacos, street tacos in Ensenada, stuffed my face at a taco bar in Mexico city, filled up at the hipster Barrio Chino in Manhattan and hundreds in between. Fish tacos, carnitas, carne asada, la lengua and many others are definitely high on my list but there is just something about … Continue reading Tacos Al Pastor, Señor
Welcome to one of America’s most addicting dishes; tacos carnitas. This slow-cooker carnitas recipe is more of a “method” than a recipe but off the charts just the same. This can be your approach for various carnitas style tacos or any pulled pork for that matter. Just substitute your aromatics or the “direction” you would like … Continue reading Carnitas Recipe Straight Outta L.A.
This is the only tomatillo salsa you will ever need in your entire life. Once you make this all others will pale in comparison. You will be spoiled and gradually become a tomatillo salsa snob. You will scoff at inferior ones. Your friends and family will make their pilgrimage to your house just to taste … Continue reading Tomatillo and Aloe Salsa Recipe