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November 20th, 2013
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NOBODY EVER SAID GOOD FOOD AND GOOD COOKING HAD TO BE HARD TO BE GOOD, DID THEY?
SOMETIMES THE MOST SIMPLE THINGS IN LIFE ARE REALLY THE BEST.
If you are a big fan of Food Wishes with Chef John as I am, you can see all of his great, funny, informative and insightful cooking videos at his YouTube page here:
Just thought I would share. Wait until you see some of these. Chef John always makes me smile, laugh, because he laughs at himself. I love the very informal way he does each video. He does what I hope to do, make good cooking accessible to everybody, no matter who you are or how old you are.
May 3rd, 2012
Some of my "Good For You Stew" I had two years ago when Ron B. came to town from Boston, MA. I made the roux with fat free condensed soup and it cut the fat way out of the recipe. It was fantastic because I browned the meat first in flour and seasonings and it carmelized gave the broth a really rich flavor.
Pozole with Roasted Chicken, Red Potatoes, Green Beans & Roasted Red Pepper
Created by Paulette Motzko
Copyright November 2011
Four 32 oz. boxes Kendale Farm Chicken Broth with No MSG
Fresh Green Beans, Frozen Green Beans or Canned-2 cups or more
Up to 2 tablespoons minced garlic
1 cabbage-halved and then sliced in quarters
2 teaspoons of Savory Spice Shop Mexican Adobo Seasoning
2 Roma tomatoes coarsely chopped
One 3 pound chicken roasted with extra virgin olive oil or canola oil brushed on the skin with a silicone basting brush. Then sprinkle with Team Sweet Mama’s BBQ Seasoning from Savory Spice Shop.
2 to 3 cups of hominy that has been drained from the can-Teasdale make a great one.
4 cups water
½ teaspoon of Better Than Store Bought Chicken Base
This couldn’t be easier and it is a great thing to make when you are at home doing laundry or doing office work at your desk as I do.
Put all ingredients in a large stock pot-VERY LARGE one-or Caldero, that you can find in many Latin American markets for hardly a small dent in your pocket book.
A HELPFUL NOTE:
Check out Latin American markets in your area or at least a well-stocked market like Jon’s Marketplace, if you are lucky enough to live by one, or another family owned market. I guarantee you will get lower prices, better quality and no gimmicks like silly cards that you punch to get a low price! I want to tell the big major grocery stores that do that, that those cards cost money and with all that you guys spend on them you could have offered low prices without the card!
Vary this recipe and let it be a “Springboard For Your Imagination©”
IN a large pot add one whole cabbage and cover with chicken broth. Add your choice of vegetables from onion, peppers, cooked potatoes and then add other seasonings to your liking of garlic, cumin, and even a cup of mild salsa would be awesome in this!
Have a delicious day or night…better yet just have a great DAY!
Sunday, November 20, 2011