Heard It Through Grape Vine
Oct 13, 2014
The organic, locally grown Japanese sweet potato is a unique alternative to its American cousin. These locally grown, organic Japanese sweet potatoes are red skinned or purple skinned with a yellow-white flesh that’s sweeter than its American counterpart. With its dry nature and mild chestnut flavor, the Japanese sweet potato is delicious fried, mashed, roasted and sliced thin for sweet potato chips.Continue reading …
Hatch chilis from New Mexico
Aug 28, 2014
New Mexico’s Hatch Valley produces one of the most uniquely flavored chiles around: the appropriately named Hatch chili. Chefs agree that the valley’s intense sunlight and cool nights contribute to the Hatch’s delicious meaty flesh and mild-medium heat, making it the perfect choice for chile con queso, chile rellenos, and chile verde. *And you don’t have to stop there – try roasting and adding to salads, soups, stews, dips and sandwiches.Continue reading …
Light and refreshing – perfect for backyard shindigs, picnics and casual dinners throughout summertime when watermelons are at their peak of sweetness. This salad complements grilled fish, chicken, pork and even beef!