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- Winter has come and gone and the warmer weather is hitting Southern California with a vengeance. On days like today where temperatures are reaching close to the 90s, I want to treat my family with a cool and refreshing snack. We created these new Creamy Mango-Chile Ice Pops with Nestlé® La Lechera®. The sweetness of the mango and condensed milk Continue Reading...Read More
- While we love our carb-loaded dishes, Art and I will from time to time place a limit on the “bad” carbs and increase our vegetable intake. You know, the “good carbs.” Don’t you just hate that some carbs get a bad rap? Our “go-to” dish during the week is Chicken Fajitas. Not only is the chicken a leaner cut of Continue Reading...Read More
- The headline says it all! It’s National Margarita Day — time to break out the cocktail shaker. We have tamarindo candy and tamarindo paste. Why not a tamarindo margarita? The sweet and sour flavor of the tamarindo pairs wonderfully with Azuñia Tequila to create a flavorful cocktail. Go to the frozen section of your local market to see if they have the Continue Reading...Read More
- This is part of a sponsored collaboration with National Pork Board and DiMe Media. However, all opinions expressed are my own. “Love is a many splendored thing. It’s the April rose that only grows in the early spring. Love is nature’s way of giving a reason to be living. The golden crown that makes a man a king.” Every day Continue Reading...Read More
- This Pozole Rojo, or “red” pozole, is made with pork shoulder or shanks, red chiles, and lots of hominy corn. Although in our photos, the soup looks loaded with goodness, the soup itself is quite simple with pork and hominy and a light broth. Serve with small bowls of garnishes for people to add to their bowls of soup, such Continue Reading...Read More