You may have been wondering what I did this weekend (or not)... Well, I've built a new section to the website to help the international audience (and those of us who can't tell the difference between a winter squash and a meat tenderizer [although winter squashes work pretty well as a meat mallet...]) to figure out what ingredient is what. Say hello to the Ingredients Dictionary.
I started with the priority of posting pictures of each ingredient. Later, I'll fill in the details of each ingredient with information on how to store and select them at the markets. The photos were all taken at Cosentino's Market in Santa Clara, CA where the staff was exceedingly nice and the produce fresh and pretty. I spent a couple hours there rearranging produce, chatting with the grocers, and snapping away. It's probably going to take many, many trips to get pictures of most of the common ingredients. Well, I better go take some more pictures...
<a href="/ingredients/" style="font-size:120%">Go to the Ingredients Dictionary
Wow! I have had alot of stuffed peppers in my life, but the avacado pork stuffed peppers are amazing! Thanks for the recipe, and keep it up! With recipes like these you could make your own cook book.
The recipies are very simple to read. You're probably making it to complex. The ingredients are listed on the left side. To their right are sets of brackets. Notice how ingredients are bracketed in. The action listed in the bracket are what you do to the ingredients. Move left. Each step will bracket in more ingredients. These are the stages at which things are added.
Michael: I tried to look at your ingredient list... but I'm using Firefox and it doesn't appear to work with the browser. :\ Just thought you might wanna know. I may just need to reopen the browser. But I'd check on this if I were you.