Chile Verde–the perfect meal for a cold evening

We are bracing in south Texas for a blast of cold air. Don't laugh at us--when it is below 60 degrees people will ask, "What's with this cold weather?" So the possibility of 28 degrees and freezing rain/snow/drizzle has caused all kinds of warnings and has my kids talking about a snow day. My Chile Verde recipe is ideal for this cold weather and it is a family favorite that is easy to make, incredibly healthy, and the perfect supper on a cold evening. I didn't grow up with tomatillos, but … [Read more...]

Monday Meal: A Secret, Game-Changing Ingredient

So my colleague, Heidi, and I were chatting at work and she mentioned that she was fixing chili for dinner. I groaned. I don't like chili--at least the kind with ground beef and kidney beans and red sauce. My apologies to my mom (a wonderful cook!) who would occasionally make it when I was growing up; it was one of the few foods I just didn't have the taste for. Now, her corn bread muffins that went with it were amazing and well worth chili night! Last week, Scott, hearing that the weather … [Read more...]