Grilled Pineapple Chipotle Salsa

Grilled Pineapple Chipotle Salsa

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                    Grilled Pineapple Chipotle Salsa Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe This sweet/tangy/hot salsa, from Gwyneth Doland’s book, Cilantro Secrets (Rio Nuevo Publishers), will occupy hungry guests until the turkey and trimmings arrive at the table. If you don’t have chipotle powder, you can also use any …

Raspberry bushes

Sweet Heat: It’s raspberry picking time!

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Heidi’s Raspberry Farm is open for visiting pickers here in Albuquerque, and the raspberry brambles are dripping with fruit. (Heidi’s is a frequent Scovie Award entrant and winner; in 2007 the company won five awards!) Heidi’s all-organic jams are outstanding, especially the Raspberry Red Chile Jam and the Raspberry Red Chile Ginger Jam. But because it’s a family tradition, I like …

Hurricane survivors turn to grilling

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 In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, thousands of Gulf Coast residents are left without gas or electricity. So how, exactly are they supposed to cook? The other day I saw a slideshow of photographs taken after the hurricane and one showed a couple of guys grilling a ring of kielbasa (or something) over a small grill set up on an …

Maple Bacon Lollipops?!

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Thanks to FFBBQ’s favorite bacon fan, Trisha Sauthoff, for sending in a tip about the maple-bacon lollipops sold by a San Francisco candymaker called Lollyphile. They’re made with real maple syrup and itty-bitty chunks of delicious smoked bacon. Mmm…bacon! The pops cost $10 for four, $24 for 12 or $52 for 36. Oh, and Lollyphile also makes absinthe flavored pops. …

Porchetta: Italy Does Whole Hog

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I just returned from two weeks of eating my way through Italy, and one of the highlights of the trip was was porchetta, a fantastic way of making a whole hog. The pig is gutted and deboned (deboned!), then the meat is spread with herbs and vegetables, and the whole thing rolled up and secured with twine. It’s roasted, not …