Monthly Archives: September 2019

Collards, beets, Napa cabbage sprouts

Yesterday at the Carytown Farmers Market, I picked up some collard greens and some red beets so sauteed the leaves up in olive oil with diced onion and Aji peppers. Those collards are bitter!!! But mineral-laden I am sure. Shown … Continue reading

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Lentil salad on a bed of greens

I sauteed some onions, carrots and red pepper and added some lentils along with Sazón Goya and added the finished product to a bed of spinach, cucumber, shaved carrots, celery leaves and broccoli. I added ranch dressing on one part … Continue reading

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Butternut squash, pequin peppers

One of the rescue cucurbits turned out to be a butternut squash plant which unfortunately got attacked by squash borers or something so it was time to cook some of that hard squash up for breakfast with onion, celery, brocolli … Continue reading

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Big Muddy BBQ, Hannibal, MO

I missed my turn and ended up with a pile of maps from the Missouri welcome center along with directions to Big Muddy BBQ which had a bountiful, if not quite perfectly seasoned, pulled pork sandwich, coleslaw, baked beans and … Continue reading

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Aji amarillo and huacatay dip

It was finally time to work on a version of the sauce found in Peruvian roast chicken places containing Aji amarillo peppers and huacatay (Mexican marigold). I had some huacatay paste from last year (even though there were volunteers near … Continue reading

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