Rumex is a tasty wild plant that only shows its leaves in late winter in the Southwest. I’m speaking today about Rumex hymenosepalus, commonly called wild rhubarb, canaigre, hierba colorada, Arizona dock, tanners dock, or ganagra.
Celebrate National Breakfast Month with some tasty migas. Migas are not found on any restaurant menu, but they are a very common breakfast dish in homes throughout the Southwest and across Latin America. Use Up Those Leftovers! Chuckwagon cooking often included migas for breakfast – it’s a way to stretch a few eggs between many cowboys. We call them “migas” but no doubt those rough and ready riders had a more colorful name for this staple of camp cuisine. Migas are found around the world, especially within Spanish and […]
You can serve Dutch Babies for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert! Depends on how you make them and serve them. Their very versatility makes this a recipe that is hard to categorize. Fair warning – this will be a two part post – with the basic recipe today. Dutch Babies in the Southwest are “Flat Bread” We start with the the reason I share this with you today – one form of “dutch babies” has a long tradition in the Southwest. Carlos, a well-seasoned ranch hand I met while camping […]