Fire up the grill – it’s time for Greek Chicken! This is an easy and delicious dish, full of flavor and it turns out really moist.
WHEN WE THINK of great pairs, a short list usually comes to mind: wine and cheese, peanut butter and jelly, Lennon and McCartney, Calvin and Hobbes, and of course, beer and brats.
This month’s recipe is shared by Kathleen Hourigan, who loves Enjoy Magazine and the first thing she turns to is the recipe. Her mother made a similar recipe to this Mango Avocado Salad for years, and Kathleen’s colorful, delicious version is now a family favorite that they have enjoyed for years.
ABOUT FIVE MILES southwest of Dinuba and seven miles southeast of Kingsburg is a plot of land farmed by Mike Naylor, a fourth-generation farmer of this rich Central Valley soil.
I’m happy to share a special Mother’s Day recipe submitted by not only one of Enjoy’s devoted readers, but a cherished friend of mine, Loni Reginato.
THE VICTORY of indigenous Mexicans over the European invaders in the Battle of Puebla marks the origin of Cinco de Mayo, a holiday that gained popularity in the 1960s here in the States.
• Gold seekers passed through Porterville after gold was discovered in California in 1848, and some decided to stick around and establish farms because of the rich soil. It was incorporated in 1902 and is now home to about 56,000 people.
The calendar says spring is here and we’re already longing for a great barbecue. And what better side to your barbecue than hearty Cowboy Beans? You can’t go wrong with these!
• Forty percent of the world’s raisins are grown within a few miles of Dinuba.
AMONG THE 300 SPECIES of iris, its purple bloom is unmistakable. In Greek mythology, Iris was the personification of the rainbow, and the three-petal fleur-de-lis has been synonymous with the former French monarchy since the 12th century.