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Karl’s Cal Col Roja en Escabeche II (Pickled Red Cabbage)

I am making pork chili verde for Sunday dinner. Several of the recipes that I looked at toped their dishes off with some red salsa. I decided to provide some Cal col roja en escabeche, pickled red cabbage, for my diners to put on top of their pork, if they wished. I did not want to make a mound of pickles, just enough for an accent to the green sauce.

Karl’s Cal Col Roja en Escabeche II (Pickled Red Cabbage)

Karl’s Cal Col Roja en Escabeche II
Pickled Red Cabbage

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Karl’s Veracruz-style Fish Tacos

Two weeks ago, Chris asked for Veracruz-style Fish Tacos. He had had these at a restaurant and they claimed that they were just like the ones sold on the beaches of Veracruz, Mexico.

Karl’s Veracruz-style Fish Tacos

Karl’s Veracruz-style Fish Tacos

I looked on-line and what my search brought up was many recipes for Fish Veracruz (a baked whole fish smothered in a salsa of tomatoes, onions, green olives and capers. This could be a problem. Myr doesn’t like capers, and none of the girls think green olives belong in a tomato sauce.

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