This beautiful, brick red pork stew is a Comapeño chili twist on a New Mexican style carne adovada.
A little spicy and a lot sweet.
A crowd pleasing appetizer or something to savor for yourself. You be the judge.
Great for snacking, on salads, in your soup, on a cheese plate, or in a sandwich bag to give to friends.
Here's a bit of background info on Piment d'Ville, some basic instructions on how to use it, and why it is going to become your new best friend.
A warm bowl of grits to start your day.
This is one of the first things I learned to cook with Piment d'Espelette and one of my favorites.
The perfect party snack.
For when you need a warm up on a cold winter day.
Spicy? Sweet? Tart? AND there's corn?! Yes please.
There's nothing quite like a perfectly ripe melon.
Cool down in the heat of summer with this popsicle.