Description - Red or Green by Clyde W. Casey
You will find the exotic -- Blue Cornmeal Pancakes with Green Chile Chutney, Blackened Tomato-Mint Salsa -- along with classics such as Beef Enchiladas and Green Chile Stew. Game and fish recipes include Cherokee Venison Meatloaf as well as Crayfish Quiche and Pecan Coated Catfish. Desserts vary from the more familiar Rum Apple Crisp and Pinon Nut Cookies to the unusual -- and unusually delicious -- Chocolate Tortilla Dessert. In addition to the recipes, Casey discusses the various types of chilli peppers, from the mild New Mexico 6 (formerly Anaheim) to the red-hot habanero. You will learn how to choose them, handle them, use them in cooking and order them by mail. Casey also introduces you to New Mexico's wine, one of the state's fastest growing products, and explores local wines and wineries. Finally, the book provides hints for high-altitude baking and a user-friendly index. This is the perfect companion to the best-selling "Green Chile Bible" and "Red Chile Bible" -- and a must-have cookbook for chilli lovers everywhere.
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(155mm x 230mm x 17mm)
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Author Biography - Clyde W. Casey
Clyde Casey has pursued a lifetime love of art and cooking. His greatest sense of satisfaction and enjoyment comes from sharing his knowledge of New Mexico's colourful heritage and foods with others. Involved in the art business for nearly 40 years, Casey was a noted Western art historian as well as a sculptor of Western bronzes, an art gallery operator and a general promoter of the arts. Also an entertainer, at one time he picked guitar, sang, and wrote songs with a three-man group, the Trailriders. Casey lives with his wife, Millie a prize-winning quilter, in Roswell, New Mexico. They have three grown children, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. At home he works on perfecting his ever-growing collection of New Mexican recipes. He has published three other cookbooks.