Zucchini is one vegetable that never lets me down, especially in winter months. I rarely have trouble locating zucchini that’s reasonably fresh in most markets in town. Finding decent corn is a bit “iffy,” but feel free to substitute frozen corn (thawed and well-drained) in this recipe.
I found this recipe for a Southwest version of zucchini fritters in a Better Homes and Garden’s Mexican Recipe edition magazine. Last summer I made aSpanish-styled Zucchini fritter with a Pine Nut Dipping Sauce that hit the spot. This recipe was enticing as well.
The magazine includes a recipe for Tomatilla Salsa. But ever since that initial dive – head first into a jar of Frontera Tomatilla Salsa (purchased at downtown People’s Food Coop), I haven’t made my own.
Women that grew up in countries outside of the United States, immigrated to America as young adults, raised families and have grandkids, capture my imagination. They’ve escaped war, poverty and oppression, many bringing only the shirts on their back and the recipes from their homelands. And their stories? Makes my life look like a pony ride at a … Full recipe post »
Disclaimer: This is not a recipe you can whip up in 30 minutes. This is a Polish Grandmother Recipe. And anyone who is a Polish Grandmother, or anyone who has a Polish Grandmother, or anyone (like me) who lives next door to a Polish Grandmother, knows that Polish Grandmother Recipes can’t be completed in less than thirty minutes. But … Full recipe post »
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