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  • The Bronx Chipotle BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders

    An homage, of sorts, to the Hispanic communities of the Bronx, where spicy chile flavoring is a way of culinary life.

  • Chipotle Sloppy Joes

    You can easily get this family favorite on the table in well under a half hour. By all means make a double batch and either freeze leftovers or serve it later in the week tossed with pasta.

  • Bacon-Avocado Burger with Chipotle Mayonnaise

    We like to think of this as the Big Daddy of burgers: it’s got everything to love on a burger all in one bite. Make a double (or triple!) batch of the Chipotle mayo—it is great on grilled salmon, chicken and steak—or as dip for chips and veggies.

  • Arabica Spice Rubbed Flank Steak

    We love this rub so much, we can’t see any reason to make a single batch. This recipe makes enough rub for 2-4 more meals: use it on salmon, swordfish, chicken or burgers.

  • Soft Fish Tacos with Farmer’s Market Salsa

    Stop by the farmer’s market on the way home and these garden-fresh fish tacos will be on the table in no time. Other fish, such as halibut, snapper and flounder, can be used in place of the cod.

  • Easy All-American Barbecue Chicken

    With its largely do-ahead capabilities, this mouthwatering classic recipe may well become a standard at your house for summer holidays - or any old day. The sauce may be made 3-4 days in advance and kept refrigerated. The rub may be doubled (or made in any multiple quantity) and stored in a sealed bag or bottle in the pantry. The chicken may be grilled as below or roasted in a 425 degree oven on flat sheet pans for 30-35 minutes, until the breasts reach 160 and the thighs are 175 degrees.

  • Pork Fajitas with Mango, Peppers, & Onions

    Strips of pork marinated in lime, chili and cumin and grilled are served with sliced mango, avocado, and savory sautéed peppers and onions along with warm tortillas to create a fajita fiesta.