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- We are always looking for new inspiration in the kitchen. The hubby and I love to take classic dishes whether Mexican, American or Italian or (well, you get the picture) and switch it up a bit. This is what we did wit our Sopes with Chicken Tinga and Baby Bok Choy. Chicken Tinga is a classic Mexican dish of shredded Continue Reading...Read More
- The other night I had gone to a #Hatch Chile cooking demonstration by Chef Marco Zapien of Zapien Salsa Grill & Taqueria in Pico Rivera, my home town. Chef Marco created a fabulous menu with Roasted Hatch Chile Tortilla Soup to Hatch Chile Enchiladas Suizas. The dishes were outstanding and traditional in flavor. There is something magical about Hatch chiles Continue Reading...Read More
- From the moment you entered the plaza area of LA Live where AltaMed’s East LA Meets Napa event moved to this year, you could feel the beat of the flamenco music, which seemed appropriate given the new Rioja wine region twist to the event, and smell the aroma of good food cooking. Once again, the folks at AltaMed Health Services Continue Reading...Read More
- This post is sponsored by Society Culinaria on behalf of Cacique. All opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the brands we love. A delicate thin pastry, crepes are the perfect vessel to fill with savory, plump shrimp sautéed in a spicy poblano cream sauce. It’s an elegant entree that I would serve with Mexican rice and a crisp Continue Reading...Read More
- Taking a classic dish and making it your own. Now, that’s inspiration. This is what we’ve done here with our Tacos Al Pastor with Baby Bok Choy recipe. You can find our recipe at the Jade Asian Greens website. Art and I have been looking to incorporate more vegetables in our meals. We received a few packages of Jade Asian Continue Reading...Read More