Tender fresh kale works best for this easy to make salad. It requires no cooking, just a little flexing of the fingers! Kids love to make and eat this one.
What could be bad about pears and chocolate? Not much of anything, see if you don’t agree. The cake is dark and moist and the pears give a surprise topping!
Enjoy the last of your summer tomatoes with fall kale. This salad only works for a few weeks and we look forward to it every year.
This salad celebrates the overlap between summer and fall produce, some bright summer yellows and darker, deeper tones from red cabbage. A beautiful way to celebrate transition!
Potatoes are a blank canvas waiting for flavor to enhance their starchy sweetness! We think new season green chili is a perfect foil for them.
Serve with a big green salad and refried beans.
This one is a bit of work but the results are memorable! It will become a family classic in your house.
We like to make this extraordinary cobbler every year as the peach season begins to wind down. The peaches just seem sweeter and more precious knowing they won’t be back for another season.
A classic recipe made with lean pork, new season green chili and the provocative spicing unique to Mexican cooking!
Green Chili Cheese Spread on Corn Tortillas Use this as a spread on tortillas or a dip with veggies!
Green chili and eggs plus a little cheese are a great flavor combo for any meal, but especially a brunch with refried beans and sautéed greens on the side.