Since my various heirloom tomato plants have all decided this year to either get the blight or under-produce, I ordered 20 pounds of roma tomatoes from the Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA for canning. They arrived with the rest of my CSA delivery, in a very strong box. Growing up in Indiana, a least a couple of Saturdays a year were spent over the hot stove, … Continue reading Canning Tomatoes
When the CSA arrives, I often scramble to find a way to use as many different vegetables for dinner as I can. As the week goes on, we tend to be home less, and cook even less than that, so I try to make a big dent in our produce as quickly as I can. I threw this spicy tomato tempeh from Simply in Season … Continue reading Spicy Tomato Tempeh
While Guatemalans, in general, don’t enjoy very spicy food, they do use a wide variety of chilies in cooking. The above spread of dried chilies and spices illustrates ingrediants used at the restaurant La Fonda de la Calle Real in Antigua. Every single time we ate in Guatemala we received a chili sauce different than any other we had seen. I only began documenting the … Continue reading Guatemala, chilis!