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- Tired of boring lunches? It can be tough finding new ways to use familiar ingredients. So you have to try this easy lunchtime Poblano grilled cheese sandwich with Oaxaca cheese and Spanish chorizo. The rajas or strips of charred Poblano peppers provides a mild heat to this hearty grilled cheese sandwich while the smoked Spanish chorizo adds a rich savory element Continue Reading...Read More
- This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. With preseason underway, it’s time to suit up for a new season of football and tailgating. With football coursing through my husband’s veins, it’s important to have a game plan for entertaining and feeding hungry armchair quarterbacks. Lucky for me Sam’s Club has a Continue Reading...Read More
- This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. With two cooks in our kitchen, it is usually a duel between sweet and spicy. While we both cook, I love to bake anything sweet. And my husband has a way higher tolerance for heat than my mild taste buds typically enjoy. Luckily, we Continue Reading...Read More
- Eating a Mexican breakfast is probably one of my favorite meals of the day. You can go with something sweet and simple like pan dulce or something spicy and savory like Machaca con Huevos. The latter dish is a mixture of dried shredded beef, eggs, onions, tomatoes and chile peppers. In Mexico, there are a number of breakfast foods that Continue Reading...Read More
- Queso fresco, or “fresh cheese” in Spanish, is a soft Mexican cheese that is traditionally made with raw goats milk or a combination of goat and cow milk. Pasteurized versions of this cheese can be found in many markets throughout the country. The flavor profile of the cheese is milky with a slight salty-sour undertone. The mild cheese is not Continue Reading...Read More
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