Posted in March 2015

Time for tomatillos

Time for tomatillos

Tomatillos take me back to San Miguel de Allende, the fabled artist’s colony in the hills four hours northwest of Mexico City. On my first visit earlier this month, I drank homemade margaritas on a rooftop terrace with friends while watching the sun set, and spent days strolling narrow cobblestoned streets and feasting on tortilla … Continue reading

Savoy faire

Savoy faire

That basketball of a green cabbage lounging in the produce department has a lot going for it. It’s a nutritional powerhouse, it feeds an army, it’s economical and lasts for weeks in the fridge. But you really must meet its sophisticated cousin, the savoy. It’s the pretty one, more oval in shape and clad with layer upon … Continue reading