It’s been a week since I started whining about when we’re going to see some green around here, some indication that the vernal equinox has in fact landed in the Mid-Atlantic States. It’s making an appearance in Chicago, California and the UK, but the buds have to be teased out all over my borough of trees. I probably shouldn’t complain too vigorously; we could be in Maine, a state that jokes about its eight-month-long winters. When Scott and I honeymooned there last September (yes, we went to Red’s Eats), there was a flurry of construction activity making time before the weather changed. There were also many businesses already shuttered for the end of tourist season. No one but us stragglers around.
A charred Anaheim pepper.
Salsa Verde - Recipe from Epicurious.com
This recipe was only slightly adapted, substituting vegetable broth for the chicken broth. Also note, the Anaheim peppers need to be fully charred, unlike my photo above.
This blog entry is being submitted to Kalyn's Weekend Herb Blogging event. Anh of Food Lover's Journey is this week's host.