Category Archives: pork

Oops, I did it again …

No idea what’s going on here, but I made posole yesterday and M. couldn’t eat it. Couldn’t touch it. Couldn’t be in the same room as the pot. Too hot. By an order of magnitude which we have not previously … Continue reading

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Non-Recipe of the Day: Pork and Green Chile Stew

Pete’s Kitchen was the first place I ever had really good green chile stew. Their breakfast burrito is a rolled up tortilla stuffed with eggs, sausage, potatoes, and cheese, as big as your head, smothered in a spicy green chile … Continue reading

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For those of you in the DC area:

Best Banh Mi: Arugula Files: Is the Banh Mi the new Cupcake? (Plus the Best Banh Mi in the DC area)

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Braising Hell

Even the most die-hard vegan has to admit, you drive by a rib shack and the place just smells good. Might not be your cup of tea to actually eat, but the smell is like a slap of Vitalis, a … Continue reading

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Bánh Mì the second time around

The website is called The Battle of the Bánh Mì, which is obviously a bad pun (“bad pun” being redundant, of course). But there’s more to the name than just the pun. The word “battle” is not insignificant, because it … Continue reading

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Another Non-Recipe

Posole is a staple in these parts. Mexican soup. And like chicken noodle or any other soup, it has a million variations. You need hominy, probably pork but chicken isn’t verboten, a clearish non-tomato-y but still thick broth but tomatoes … Continue reading

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College Football Championship Weekend Grub: Pork and Green Chili Stew

Loosely based on a recipe in the Denver Junior League’s Colorado College, a great book that everyone should have. Reminds me of Pete’s Kitchen’s breakfast burrito, so we’ll probably scramble some eggs, bake some tater tots, wrap it in a … Continue reading

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