I am currently addicted to chayote. It is squash, but tastes more like a cucumber and yields a refreshing crunch when you bite into it. It can be eaten raw, sautéed, baked, pickeld, etc...The first time I actually used it was when I created this recipe for my pork chop with pomegranate seeds and tomatillo … Continue reading Chayote, Onion, and Green Tomato Pickled in Apple Cider Vinegar
This recipe was created specifically for my pork chop with pomegranate seeds and tomatillo cream sauce recipe. It can be used really for anything: tacos, steak, pasta. More than usually, I make this recipe as a salsa, which means leaving out the heavy whipping cream (basically working up to step 4 then stopping). When made as … Continue reading Tomatillo Cream Sauce Recipe
Photo: image by Ritesh Nayak In my last post, I talked about getting back in my lane to focus on succeeding as a writer instead of a jack of all trades. But, how do I get on track and then stay on track? Keyword there: stay. The answer to this question is slightly complicated. When … Continue reading 5 Steps Towards Cultivating a Successful Writing Career
Image courtesy @kokasexton Recently, I have found myself obsessed with the words of a new-to-me motivational speaker, Dr. Eric Thomas (otherwise known as E.T.). “Dominate your lane!” “Silence the noise!” I love these phrases. And, after having them shouted at me from a 5 minute video shown during a team meeting, I want them branded — figuratively … Continue reading The Writer’s Challenge: Succeeding When You Feel Destined to Fail.