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Roasted Green Chiles

In late August and early September, chile sellers set up their giant propane-fired rolling drum roasters at grocery stores and farmers’ m...

by Robb Walsh


Pickled Red Chiles

Pickling is an age-old way of storing seasonally available ingredients; it’s also a way of lengthening the time you can keep any fresh in...

by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid


Tubac Chile Verde

Near the Arizona-Sonora border, in towns like Tubac, you find two related styles of green chile sauces, both relatively mild. Some cooks ...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison


Basic Red Chile Sauce

This is my favorite red chile sauce, which is the basis for enchiladas and for saucing over chiles rellenos, tamales, and traditional sou...

by Jane Butel


Red Salsa

Cut the chiles in half and devein and seed them. In a heavy skillet, heat the oil and fry the chiles quickly until they begin to turn a ...

by Christopher Idone



On one unseasonably warm January morning in Brooklyn, NY, my husband Cam and I chanced by a little gastropub called Lighthouse and realiz...

by Lara Ferroni


Sonoran Tacos

Sonoran cuisine has a strong affinity to the Southwestern U.S. and these Sonoran Tacos from Vegan Tacos by Jason Wyrick are no exception....

by Jason Wyrick


Parching Green Chiles

Green chiles freshly parched, or parched and frozen, are far superior to their canned equivalents. Canning always seems to impart a metal...

by Jane Butel


Barbecue Rub

This rub is a long-time favorite in the South and West, and especially in Texas, for flavoring meat and vegetables for grilling. Stemming...

by Jane Butel


Quick Red Rub

When it comes to rubs, usually less is more. This easy all-purpose rub is one I use extensively and it does the job of coloring and flavo...

by Michael McLaughlin


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