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Roasted Poblano with Mango and Corn Salsa

Slightly bitter, slightly sweet, slightly spicy, poblano chiles add deep flavor to foods. Jalapeños are a fine substitute, especially the...

by Grace Parisi


Green Rice

Have ready a heavy-bottomed pan about 4 inches (10 cm) deep and 9 inches (23 cm) across. Cover the rice with hot water and let soak f...

by Diana Kennedy

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Green Mole

Every region has its version of mole verde, which reflects local tastes because of what is easily available year round-or perhaps the rev...

by Diana Kennedy


Poblano Pepper "Quiches"

You’ll adore these unique, crustless "quiches" that boast all the elements or your favorite brunch treat, just kicked up with the wonderf...

by Robin Miller


Shrimp-Ball Soup with Roasted Pepper and Tomato

The simple Mexican flavors of this west-coast specialty are clean and invitingly uncomplicated. The soup is substantial—just the kind of ...

by Rick Bayless

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Corn Tamales Stuffed with Stringy Cheese and Poblano

Big handfuls of juicy corn kernels mixed into the batter give tamales de elote a fresh corn texture and a delicate juiciness. Strips of O...

by Wai Hon Chu and Connie Lovatt


Mushroom, Rajas, and Corn Tacos with Queso Fresco

The earliest Mexican cuisine was vegetable-based, so in times past, before Spanish beef, chicken, and pork worked their way into every ta...

by Deborah Schneider


Chorizo and Cotija-Stuffed Pasilla Chiles

Alejandro Ayala, Meadowood banquet chef, and Javier Guzman, Meadowood sous-chef, are Napa Valley Wine Auction veterans. Both have been on...

by Lori Lyn Narlock

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Salsa Verde

In a dry heavy skillet, toast the garlic and serranos over medium heat, until slightly charred. Remove. Add the pumpkin seeds to the sk...

by Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger


Roasted Poblano and Crab Hush Puppies

If you’re looking for another use for your cast iron ebelskiver pan, here it is! These hush puppies are an easy-to-make, fun party appeti...

by Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne

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