A tradition at the Boxing Day Party. We’ve given this recipe to skiers, football fans, parents of toddlers who refuse to eat “funny stuff”, and mothers of teenage boys who don’t eat so much as inhale. Whatever. It disappears by the boat load. Serve with corn bread is you’re feeling ambitious. Tortillas if you aren’t. Beer is good too.
More holiday requests. I’m remaking some bits of the website over here and just to make sure that I don’t end on anyone’s naughty list, I’m making sure that all of the most requested recipes stay available. This one is for the crack-addictive pecans that show up at holiday parties when anyone is silly enough to say “oh just bring something to nibble on.” You’ve been warned. I think these are based on something that came from Cooking Light.
Hint: Make Lots.
It’s not really chili. It’s actually soup, but it’s served at Boxing Day when there’s Red Chili and Green Chili so this is Orange Chili. It’s also Vegan. And, oddly, according to a Moroccan bartender I once described it to, pretty danged authentic. Go figure.
Easy to multiply for crowds. Remember = Do not feed Adrian cilantro.
Comfort food — just add a roast chicken and some green veggies. Some of what ever jam you put up this summer is good too. Or is it’s still summer, make extra and use them for shortcake.
These are a sort of quiche-like things that we make in muffin tins in order to have something quick available for breakfast. You can use any sort of cheese, meat or greens that you fancy or have hanging out at the bottom of the fridge.
It’s utterly adjustable as long as you keep the egg:milk/cream ration consistent and don’t overdo the volume of the add-ins.