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If you have as much crisper guilt as I do at the end of every week, then check out my Oaxacan Green Mole Stew over at Marcus Samuelsson’s blog to see how you can use up all of those leftover veggies!

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36 Responses to Oaxacan Green Mole Stew

  1. Candace says:

    Mole has never looked so good to me, Joanne! I’m heading over there now. Have a great day, sweet lady!

  2. Kim says:

    Crisper guilt…I really do have that. Although I will say that lately I’ve been trying to cut up my veggies and attempt to freeze them if I can’t use them before they go bad. Not that it always works, but still.

  3. polwig says:

    Guilt never, I am trying to work out that jewish polish mother thing from my psyche.

  4. Monet says:

    This looks delicious. I’m heading over to visit. Thank you so much for sharing with me, my sweet friend. I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday. I’m starting out strong with an egg sandwich and a big cup of coffee :-) Much love from Austin!

  5. MM says:

    I welcome anything to ease crisper guilt. If it has a Mexican twist–even better. Off to read…

  6. I’m pretty clear on “Green” and “Stew” but less so on the rest of this recipe. Intrigued!

  7. I went, I saw, and I’m on my way to conquering my crisper guilt.

  8. Peggy says:

    Oh the vegetables in my crisper hate me all week – until the end of it, when I decide to throw them all into a stir fry of some sort! Next time… they’ll get pampered with this =)

  9. Looks fantastic Joanne, will head over to check it out :)

  10. Gloria says:

    Look delicious Joanne, gloria

  11. Your last few posts have been incredible for making the most of my urge to eat as many of the almost end of summer veggies as I can. That, and the need to clean out my fridge!

  12. Very intrigued, this looks fabulous Joanne!

  13. That green mole stew sure looks terrific, on my way to check out the recipe!

  14. kankana says:

    who can say it’s from left over! You made it look gorgeous!

  15. Love leftover recipes – there’s always so much in the fridge that seperately is pretty boring and not enough to feed me lol. Checking the recipe out now :)

  16. I would envy that produce in my crisper! Beautiful, Joanne!

  17. Ohhhh crisper guilt. I def have that. Great idea! love Oaxaca cheese.

  18. My CSA keeps flowing, even when I’m tired and lazy. So I definitely have my fair share of crisper guilt!

  19. Green mole? I didn’t even think that was possible! Everything is better when it’s green, so I must go investigate this enticing recipe…

  20. I was just saying to Rick Bayless that I needed a recipe for a green mole and he said I should check your blog. Now I’ll wander on over to Marcus’ place. = )

    Best,
    Bonnie

  21. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, All the flavors that I love, A beautiful dish for a summer night. Blessings, Catherine xo

  22. Mary says:

    That looks good. I’m heading over to read your post on crisper guilt. I hope you have a cure. Have a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  23. What a beautiful, colorful dish Joanne..I have no clue what it is..from the look seems mexican, I m off to check out now!!

  24. Jessie says:

    “Crisper guilt” – haha! I never had a name for that odd, uneasy feeling I had whenever looking into my fridge at the end of a week, but now you have put a name to my neurosis, Joanne ;)

    I love the versatility of your green mole stew, especially with all the veggies we’ve been getting in our farm share! We’ve also been on a Mexican kick, so this recipe is perfect. Love the tomatillas :)

    Have a super week, Joanne!

  25. I am loving the looks of this dish! Heading over right now.

  26. Jeanette says:

    I hate to waste fresh vegetables, so one dish meals like this one are perfect for using a variety of them up. Love all the herbs and spices in this dish!

  27. Eliana says:

    Looks so comforting and delicious. Running over right now.

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