Taqutillos

Drowned Taquitos

Taquitos filled with a blend of roast beef, golden potatoes, and beans then rolled into a tight cigar and submerged in savory tomato broth.

Beef chuck roast is simmered in a savory vegetable broth until it is fork tender leaving behind a deep red savory sauce. Flour tortillas are dipped in the crimson sauce, rolled around the shredded beef mixture and pressed into tight cigar shaped tubes and deep fried to golden perfection.

Garnished with shredded lettuce and fresco Cotija that melts into the broth, hanging, suspended between liquid and solid. What you have in the end is a delirious spice-infused goop that you can eat with your spoon even when the taquitos are gone.

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Chowder

Southwestern Style Chowder

A farm-to-table Southwestern style chowder filled with farm fresh chicken, corn, and chile.

This is one of those beautiful one pot meals filled with intense flavor that alternates between savory and spicy. I really love the Southwestern flavor infusion in a chowder, and I think you will to. Hearty, yet healthy, it will leave you feeling a bit sad because your full belly is going to tell you to put the spoon down and you’re not going to want to. Thankfully it makes a large batch so you can have leftovers for lunch. That is if someone doesn’t beat you to them. When it comes to this chowder, it’s every man for himself.

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