With kids going back to school and everyone returning to their regular schedules, it is great time to get our cooking back on track. More to the point, Good Local Farmers’ Market is still an abundant paradise of cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, grass fed meats and greens galore.
This normalcy is the perfect moment to try a Mexican recipe you’ve been meaning to get around to but couldn’t during the hectic summer months. We are not talking about anything challenging. Just something simple – say, a fresh Cucumber Salad with Chamoy and Mint or a light and healthy Baked Trout with Spicy Shiitake Mushroom, Ginger and Tomato sauce.
Or how about trying your hand at pork tenderloin. It is so easy to cook after you’ve done it once, but the first time can be intimidating if you’re not familiar with its perfect cooking temperature. An easy workaround is to prick the cut of pork with a fork. If the juices are clear or have just a very faint pink tint, the meat is done. Rub the Tenderloin with our Acapulco marinade and roast it for a fast and delicious dinner. Serve it with these delicious citrus-roasted asparagus.
Now for the meat lovers. If you’ve never made a Mexic-Asian Stir Fry, August, with its bounty of bell peppers, is the perfect time to give it a go. Just make some extra rice for the left overs.
If you have to cook for a larger audience, how about trying these luscious Patatas Bravas with Ancho-Pasilla Aioli or a heavier, tastier recipe like this Slow Cooker Beef Ossobuco. Both are unbelievably easy to make but pack a lot of flavor.
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