Sinaloa Style Chicken II – On a Charcoal Grill

Sinaloa Style Chicken II – On a Charcoal Grill

Last year, I shared a story about Sinaloa Style Chicken, which is a well known dish in Mexico, and also in the United States, from chains such as Pollo Loco™ and Pollo Feliz™. That time the weather was still cold, so I broiled the chicken in the oven; a few weeks ago, we were enjoying beautiful weather, and I had a bunch of green multiplier onions begging to be grilled, so those were the perfect conditions to revisit the spatchcocked chicken, but this time, cooked outdoors … click on title for more

Harvest Time – Multiplier Onions

Harvest Time – Multiplier Onions

This summer has been a crazy rollercoaster of super hot days with no precipitation, followed by days of continuous heavy rains, introducing extreme growing patterns in my garden; in particular, this caused my multiplier onion patch to quickly transform into a maze of weeds. After clearing all the brush, I was somewhat surprised to see that my precious crop of multiplier onions had survived and, moreover, it looked ready for harvest … click on title for more

Chicken Alambres

Chicken Alambres

For those days when the weather is inclement or time is pressing, it is very convenient to prepare this chicken recipe, a version of the classic beef skewer from my last post, called alambre – wire, from the shape of the metal skewer. Chicken alambres kept the name, although they are cooked indoors and without the “wire” … click on title for more