1If you’re using fresh chiles, remove skin from chiles! Roast over fire till skin is blackened and sweat in brown paper sack till cool, then remove skin and seeds.
2Chop chiles, onions, garlic, tomatillos and cilantro. Use canned green chiles and a few jalapenos if fresh, hot Hatch is not available.
3Brown pork in oil. You could use bacon grease….
Remove. Sauté onions on medium heat, adding garlic when onion is mostly cooked. Do not burn garlic! Drain off any leftover oil or grease. Add meat back to pot with onions and garlic. Add chicken broth, bay leaves, hot and mild chiles, tomatillos, oregano and cumin. Cover and simmer. Check seasoning and adjust it and consistency as desired.
4Before serving remove bay leaves and serve chopped cilantro and lime to add as desired.
We dressed a classic margarita for the red carpet just in time for your award show viewing parties. Wether you're into the Grammys or the Oscars, this is the perfect awards season cocktail. A little gold and some bubbles are the perfect accessories this year.
For this episode of Take 5, we head to Hollywood where the food and drink scene is often mistakenly overlooked. Our host Joey takes us to five spots that are perfect for anyone in search of a good bite or drink in Tinseltown.
Take 5 is a video series that explores a city’s thriving dining scene, hosted by our very own Joey Skladany. We feature five restaurants in five different categories, hand-picked by five local celebrities and influencers.
In this episode, we head to Atlanta for restaurant picks from reality TV star Ms. Juicy, CBS Sports writer Barrett Sallee, TV and Broadway star Merle Dandridge, CNN/HLN journalist Henna Bakshi, and Joey’s first grade teacher Freda Hubbard Pittard.
Our list includes: MetroFresh, Irby’s Tavern, Yebo Ski/Beach Haus, R. Thomas’ Deluxe Grill,
and Sublime Donuts.
Perfect for a quick weeknight meal, this spicy turkey chili starts with sauteed bell pepper, onion, and garlic. Chili powder, cayenne, cumin, bay leaf, and a hint of cinnamon flavor the tomato-and-broth-base, while white beans add extra heft and texture to the ground turkey. Read more.