Kathleen A Roberts
karobert at unm.edu
Thu Oct 12 08:19:51 PDT 2006
On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 09:36:57 -0500
"Betsy Marshall" <betsy at softwareinnovation.com> wrote:
> Spoon tease! Recipe, por favor?
> Pyro, Pyro, Pumpkin fan...
very simple, really. remember, i am a slapdash cook for
most modern schtuff... throw it in the pot and see what
happens. not a lot of measuring so this is as close as i
can get. yes, i love pumpkin too, as a savory almost
more than as a sweet.
1 lb. cubed pork
1 onion, diced
2 ribs celery, diced
2 carrots, diced
1 or 1 ears corn, cut off cob
fair amount garlic, minced
green chile, chopped, fresh roasted or frozen preferred,
to heat taste
1 small pie pumpkin, steamed and cubed
4 c. water or chicken broth or both
brown pork cubes in olive oil. remove. saute onions,
celery, corn and carrots in same pot, adding add'l oil if
needed. add minced garlic after other veggies start to
swear, being careful not to burn garlic.
add water, bay, marjoram, salt and peper and simmer until
add steamed cubed pumpkin . (it will be cooked, and
easier to deal with than trying to cook raw in stew.
pumpking may disintegrate some, turning soup to stew).
simmer another 10 min.
add green chili to taste and simmer until at least warmed
through. longer cooking will add heat.
adjust salt and pepper.
NOTE: do NOT substitute sausage for pork or add sausage.
altho it may seem like a good idea at the time, it throws
the flavor off.
CHILI HEADS: chipotle makes a nice addition instead of
green chili but adds more heat
i really like it with a good dark bread and butter.
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