Central Market is gearing up for its annual Hatch Chile Festival with a recipe contest, pork tenderloin oven temp classes, and a new chile-themed cookbook starting August 17. The festival, which spans two different weekends, celebrates the arrival of more than eight truckloads of the chile from Hatch, New Mexico. The festival runs Friday, August 21 through Sunday, August 23 and Friday, August 28 through Sunday, August 30.
A fun food that can be used in a variety of contexts and is commonly used in Mexican cuisines is the flat bread. Use a lean crock pot pork tenderloin fillet and flash fry in groundnut oil and add minced garlic and soy. If you prefer add a spicy tomato sauce to this. It cooks quickly and can be rolled up in the flat bread and eaten at your convenience.
Cuba uses lots of root vegetables like plantano, yuca, boniato, and malanga. Vegetables are often simmered together and served with a simple dressing of olive oil and chopped onion. Black beans are a large part of the daily meal. They are often served with rice during the main meals of the day. Fruit is also a big part of the daily menu. Plums pineapples guavas and more are available to roast pork choose from.
The Chili's restaurant chain is well known. I have gone out to lunch at the East Colonial location many times. You will find this location just east of Alafaya Trail. The quick service makes this a good place for a pork fillet business lunch.
A cloth sack with draw string is an excellent way to handle dirty laundry. Clean clothes take up less space when you roll them up. Rolling will help eliminate wrinkles as well. You can have a neat stack of rolled clothes tucked into a shelf cubby hole, or a small suitcase.
When we first walked into the diner, we felt very comfortable. The atmosphere was very welcoming and a lot of fun. Hanging on the walls they had old pictures of important people from the community, old newspaper articles about the history of the city and old signs and memorabilia from Route 66. The floor was the old time checkered tile and really added a great vibe to the place! Then in one of the corners was a wooden cutout of two large cozy dogs cuddling.
They're so small, they don't even have a website, and they use a simple cash register instead of one of those restaurant computer systems. Primi only sells beer and wine, but of course, that's just fine because they have a lovely selection to complement whatever you eat. So, if your in the mood for South African style Italian food, check out Primi urban cafe. Oh yeah, the prices are reasonable too, especially for the quality of food you get. Enjoy...