Friday night in the bottom and we were in the mood for something authentic. I remembered hearing a lot about this little place over by the 17th Street Farmer’s Market, called “Tio Pablo”. A taqueria and tequila bar by acclaimed owner of both Lulu’s and Millie’s, Paul Keevil. My husband and I both agreed a little fine tequila and tacos sounded mighty good!
I love FISH! But I am definitely intimidated by cooking fish. Hubs loves fish, you can see my dilemma.
So I thought of those cedar planks I had seen at The Fresh Market. This may be my best shot at decent grilled salmon. With cedar plank in cart, I set out for salmon. On recommendation from the fish monger, I also grabbed some fresh fennel, an orange and a lemon as well as all the ingredients needed for my favorite Pesto recipe. Continue reading “Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon & Braised Fennel”
Looking for something, hearty, cheesy and easy, I stumbled upon a classic… Stuffed Peppers. Never one for the ordinary, I figured out a few ways to amp up the classic but keep all the same comforts of the dish. Continue reading “Sausage & Brown Rice Stuffed Bell Peppers”