All posts tagged jalapeno pepper


Chilled Carrot Soup with Roasted Corn Salsa

This soup is a playful mixture of different flavors and textures.

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Quick-Pickled Young Carrots

For my Mother's Day picnic I wanted to bring a more original vegetable dish than diced vegetables. These young carrots are pickled with apple cider vinegar, coriander seeds


Ultimate Chili: Combining Tricks and Recipes to Make the Best Possible Dish

Making chili can be as easy as combining canned tomatoes and beans with a seasoning packet and as difficult as grinding your own chili powder. The chili


One-Bowl Meal: Mexican-Inspired Chicken and Rice

Mexican is my favorite type of cuisine, but I hadn't concocted a one-bowl meal using those flavors. When I want to make a quick Mexican dish I

Clockwise from top left: sun gold and early girl tomatoes, suffering zucchini plant, bunch of basil, oregano (with thyme in the background), jalapeños. Coriander (from cilantro plant) in center.

Asphalt Garden: 2011 Summer Season Earnings Report

I just brought in the final harvest from the vegetables I planted way back in March. At the start


Asphalt Garden: Celebrating Small Wins

In the land of dying plants and meager yields, I think it's appropriate to celebrate when something actually goes right at the Asphalt Garden.


Asphalt Garden: Making Breakfast Tacos with my Spoils

Life is hard in the asphalt garden. My plants have suffered through frost and fungus. Earlier this week they got showered by dirt,


Southwestern Macaroni and Cheese

When our friends hosted a mac and cheese cook-off, my wife and I tried cooking a bunch of different versions before settling on this one. It's original


Asphalt Garden: Calculating Costs and Figuring My Break-Even Point

It's an exciting time for the asphalt garden - fruit has begin to set on both tomato plants and the jalapeño, and the zucchini has tons of


Salad for Supper: Mexican-Style Salad with Chicken

I like having go-to salad recipes made with ingredients I know I'll likely have on hand. This salad is one of my favorites. It's bright and fresh,

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