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

Earth Day 2020 – Climate Action

Earth Day 2020 – Climate Action

Climate change is now the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the conditions that make our world habitable, hence the decision to choose CLIMATE ACTION as the theme for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Although this year’s Earth Day events are running digitally due to covid19, the pandemic has given us a chance to see in real time that fewer motorized vehicles on the streets, less pollution from factories, and less waste from superfluous consumerism, can clear the air and considerably reduce garbage in a matter of weeks, when there is a global effort involved … click on title for more